Cookie Counting Activity - Printable

Cookie Counting Activity - Printable

A teaching resource provided by Gabriella Midles.

Resource Description

Cookie Counting Activity

The PDF includes:
Cookie Jar Image
24 printable Chocolate chip cookies
Links to music and books to enhance the lesson

Teacher Tips:
Cut out the cookies and laminate. Distribute one cookie to each student in class. Sing the song “Who took the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?” Have each child return their cookie in order starting from cookie #1 up until the last student has placed their cookie on the jar.

-Materials: You will need scissors and your choice of adhesive for the cookies.
-I recommend lamination for years of use!
-Great to include with number lesson plans or counting.

Music: Pair the activity with
‘Who Stole the Cookies from the Cookie Jar?’ by Little Fox on
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ert9zlCx21E
Book: Who Stole the Cookies from the Cookie Jar? by Jane Manning

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Cookies_Activity-2.pdf
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