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Jazz Lesson, Cookie Jar - Elementary Music
** Back to School** Great Way to learn Names!! Everything you need to get your kids scatting and improvising in your Elementary Music Classroom! Using the very popular game "Who Stole the Cookies From the Cookie Jar", I have created detailed and sequential lesson plans to introduce Jazz improvis
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Who Stole the Cookie? {letter identification practice}
Looking for a fun and engaging way for your students to practice uppercase and lowercase letters? This game is perfect for small group or whole group centers! Hide the cookie behind a letter and ask the students “Who stole the cookie for the cookie jar?” Have them guess by choosing a letter and rem
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"Who Stole the Cookie?" A Gingerbread Man Mystery
Help solve the mystery of which Gingerbread Man stole the cookie out of the cookie jar! Your little detectives will have fun solving mysteries while they are using deductive reasoning skills! (This is an important pre-math skill.)*There are FIVE different “cookie thief” mysteries included with th
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Who Stole the Cookies from the Cookie Jar?--Proper Nouns Game
Here's a great way to practice proper nouns with a Christmas theme. This game can be used for literacy centers/stations, partner games, or small group practice. An extra activity is included to assess learning. This game was created by Kathy Law for first grade, second grade, or anyone who needs ext
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Who Took a Cookie from the Cookie Jar?
This activity is based on the traditional children’s song ‘Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?’, and focuses on asking 3 types of ‘who’ questions of increasing length and complexity. Use the large cards to chant the predictable refrain, clapping the 4 beats per line. If you have a group, selec
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Who Stole the Cookie From the Cookie Jar?  Classroom-Created Book
Your students will LOVE the characters in this book....THEM! You can create this book ahead of time and surprise them or they can help you create their page and have them write their names. For the final page, I like to take a picture of myself eating cookies...the kids laugh so hard!!! For each
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Who Stole the Cookie? {10 Graphing Activities} 1.MD.4
Who Stole the Cookie...from the cookie jar?? This download contains the following 10 graphing activities: Look at That: Full page examples of graphs (pictograph, bar graph, tally graph) One Smart Cookie: What’s the smartest way to eat an Oreo? (Pictograph with cards and sorting mat) Soggy Cookie
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Cookie Jar- Sight Word Work
I am in love with this!! So stinkin' cute! A take on "Who stole the cookie for the cookie jar" sight word activity! This set includes 72 sight word cookies and cookie jar. Also includes cookie jar worksheet and direction card (I printed this out of colored paper!). Students practice reading and
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Who Stole the Cookies - Class book / Transition activity
This a a simple book based on the song "Who Stole the Cookies from the Cookie Jar". This is great as a getting to know you book for the beginning of the year, as a time filler during transitions (works well for lunch), or to practice name/person recognition. My students have loved it's repetitive
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Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar: {Editable} Name Activity
This is a great beginning of the year activity for students to practice spelling their names and learning their classmates. After reading "Who Took the Cookies from the Cookie Jar" students will complete this class-made book. They will cut and glue the letters in their name to their page along with
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"Who Stole The Cookie From The Cookie Jar?" Class Book
This product contains and editable PDF that includes: -Class Book Cover -2 Options for Student pages --> One Option for students to write their names themselves --> One Option for you to insert your class' student names for a personalized class book. • To edit these files, you need access t
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Police Center: Who Stole the Cookies
For this fun investigation center, the students have to use the clues left behind in the crime scene to figure out "Who Stole the Cookies From the Cookie Jar". There are 8 suspects to choose from. You change the suspect and clues each time, which will keep your children eager and thinking throughou
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Who Stole the Cookies: Number Sort
Pack Includes: -Title Page (I like to print and glue it to the outside of my math center folder) -Sorting jars -Cookies with the numbers 0-10, number words, and tens frames. -Differentiated record sheets to check for understanding -Notes to the Teacher Enjoy!
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Who Stole/Took the Cookie (from the cookie jar) Game
I was going to make a jar and real cookies but in the end I knew that this way, where the jar is on the ground we can be discreet about it; sliding it away and looking when we want. THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE A SONG. You can find them online to purchase separately. Print out as many "Not me" or "It co
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WHO STOLE THE COOKIE sing-along Literacy Circle Early Reader Feeding Mouth JAR
This Fun SING-ALONG "Who Stole the Cookie" book and language packet is perfect for whole group/literacy circles! LOTS OF BONUS ACTIVITIES INCLUDED! This comes with a feeding cookie jar activity, WH questions, coloring page, GIANT COOKIE & COOKIE MASK and MORE! *******************************
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Inference with Santa- Who Stole the Cookies From the Cookie Jar
This December, you kids will love this inference activity. Someone STOLE Santa's cookies! There are 8 suspects. Students have to listen to the clues and decide who stole Santa Cookies! There are also winter themed inference cards, a craft, and writing prompts. You get:Inference and Evidence definiti
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Who Stole the Cookie From the Cookie Jar Class Book
This is a class book that I created for my class based on the chant "Who Stole the Cookie From the Cookie Jar?" In this, I provide examples of my students work. I also added two endings to the story. In my book I put me as the last page and then put the ending "It was me! I confess...". -12 pages t
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Who Stole the Cookies- Ten Frame Write the Room
What young child doesn't enjoy the game of "Who Stole the Cookies from the Cookie Jar?". And it's a great way to introduce students and learn names at the beginning of school. Here's a fun ten frame for a math activity. They can write the room or you can teach them the game "Scoot". Or tie i
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Cookie Jar Song Activity - Alphabet, CVC Words, Sight Words
This product contains "cookie" cards for use while playing a "Who Stole the Cookies from the Cookie Jar" song/activity (directions included) with the whole class or small group. Card sets included: -uppercase letters -lower case letters -CVC words (a set of 24 cards for each vowel sound) -sight wor
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Who Stole the Cookie From the Cookie Jar?
Gingerbread Man themed class book for who stole the cookie from the cookie jar! Perfect for Christmas, winter or december activities. *** Click the GREEN STAR to follow me for sales, promos, and more freebies!! Here is my gingerbread version of the chant Who Stole the Cookie From the Cookie Jar?
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ASL Lesson Plan -Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar? - Sign, Read and Play
Here is an extra lesson to our Sign, Read and Play ~The School Readiness Collection. If you haven't purchased our book you may be interested in buying a lesson or two to give you a good idea what to expect! The purpose of the Sign, Read, and Play collections are to enhance early literacy skills th
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Who Stole the Cookie Name Game
Who Stole the Cookie Name Game. Kids will learn class names quickly with this fun name game. Sound out and write the name, say the nursery rhyme, then erase and write a new name. Includes high-order questions, response to literature printable, and suggestions for use. A fun, easy and no-prep
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Who stole the cookies out of the cookie jar
give each student a cookie jar (the one with cookie monster on it) give each student 10 cookies (i used cookie crisp the cereal) use the big cookie jar as an example on the document camera. Cut slits in the big cookie jar so the number strips can slide to different numbers. you can use a dry marke
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Who stole the cookie?
Editable cookies to use for name recognition. Simply put your students names on the cookies, laminate, and sing the classic "Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar song?" Have children choose a cookie and find the friend that it names. Then it is there turn to choose a friend. Great to use for n
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