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SONGS

Who Stole the Cookies?

Submitted by Pam

Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar?
Who, me? Yes, you!
Couldn't be! Then who?
(child's name) stole the cookies from the cookie jar.
Who, me? Yes, you!
Couldn't be! Then who?
Note: Continue for as many children as you want

On Top Of Spaghetti

Submitted by India

On top of spaghetti, all covered with cheese
I lost my poor meatball, When somebody sneezed.
It rolled off the table and onto the floor
And then my poor meatball rolled out of the door.
It rolled in the garden and under a bush
And now my poor meatball is nothing but mush.
So next time you eat spaghetti, All covered with cheese
Protect your poor meatball, In case of a sneeze.

Patty Cake

Submitted by Torrie

Patty cake patty cake,
Bakers man bake me some a cake as fast as you can.
Roll it pat it mark it with a (first initial of child's name)
And put it in the oven for (child's Name) and me

Five Little Cookies

Submitted by Eli

Five little cookies With frosting galore.
(Child's Name) ate the red one, then there were four.
Four little cookies, Two and two you see
(Child's Name) ate the green one, then there were three.
Three little cookies But before I knew,
(Child's Name) ate the white one, then there were two.
Two little cookies, Oh what fun,
(Child's Name) ate the brown one, then there was one

Pizza Shop

Submitted by Wilma

Down around the corner in the pizza shop
There were lots of pieces of pizza with pepperoni on top
Along came (child's name) all alone
He (or She) bought one that had (# of pepperonis) pepperoni
And took it home

Note: Do this with a pizza drawing (or feltboard) removing a piece of pizza with the specified number of pepperonis with each verse.

Gingerbread Song

(Tune: Frere Jacques)

Submitted by Amy

Gingerbread, gingerbread,
Yum, yum, yum, Yum, yum, yum.
I like gingerbread, I like gingerbread,
In my tum, In my tum.

Sizzling Corn

Submitted by Debra

You put the oil in the pot and get it real hot (act like touching something hot).
You put the popcorn in and get a big grin (Put hand to face in grin)
Sizzle, sizzle, sizzle (move hands back and forth)
Sizzle, Sizzle, Sizzle Pop (Jump)!

Pizza and Pop

Submitted by Juanita

Pizza and Pop, Pizza and Pop
When I get started I just can't stop
The smell is delicious, The taste extra yummy,
I love it the most when it gets to my tummy……yummy

Bread Patty Cake

Submitted by Florence

Patty cake patty cake,
Bakers man bake me some bread as fast as you can.
Roll it pat it mark it with a (first initial of child's name)
And put it in the oven for (child's Name) and me

This Is The Way We Make The Bread
This is the way we make the bread
Make the bread, make the bread
This is the way we make the bread
To make this bread for you

This is the way we knead the dough
Knead the dough, Knead the dough
This is the way we knead the dough
To make this bread for you

Additional Verses:
Mix the dough
Shape the dough
Bake the dough
Eat the bread

Pizza Hut

Submitted by Pamela

Pizza Hut (make a Circle with your arms),
Pizza Hut (make a Circle with your arms),
Kentucky Fried Chicken (Do the Chicken Dance),
And a Pizza Hut (make a Circle with your arms),
Mc Donald's (make the golden arches with your finger),
Mc Donald's (make the golden arches with your finger),
Kentucky Fried Chicken (Do the Chicken Dance),
And a Pizza Hut (make a circle with your arms).

Green Grapes

Submitted by an Unknown Friend

Five green grapes growing on a vine (Hold up five fingers.)
I picked one cause it looked so fin (fold down one finger)
Four green grapes growing on a vine (Hold up four fingers.)
I picked another for my Valentine (fold down one finger)
Three green grapes growing on a vine. (Hold up three fingers.)
I ate another, I couldn’t decline (fold down one finger)
Two green grapes growing on a vine (Hold two fingers up.)
I ate another in the sunshine (fold down one finger)
One green grape growing on a vine (Hold up one finger)
I ate it too, cause they were all mine (Fold down last finger)

Pop, Pop Popcorn

Submitted by Juanita

Pop, Pop, Pop! Put the corn into the pot.
Pop, Pop, Pop! Shake and shake it until it's hot.
Pop, Pop, Pop! Lift the lid and what have you got?
Pop, Pop, Pop! POPCORN!

Scouts Pizza Song

Submitted by Florence

Eat-a-lot-a Eat-a-lot-a Eat-a-lot-a pizza
Oh no don't drop the pizza.
If you drop the pizza nobody eat-za
Oh no don't drop the pizza.

Wish I Were a Pizza

Submitted byBetty Q

I wish I were a (Type) pizza,
That is what I'd truly like to be
For if I were a (Type) pizza,
Everyone would be in love with me.
Note: Replace (Type) with kinds of pizza (pepperoni, mushroom, anchovy, etc.)

Jelly Beans in the Jar

Submitted by Jenni

Jelly beans in the jar I see (hold up all fingers)
There’re five for Jenni and five for me (Hold up one hand at a time)
We jump each time we put one in:
1 (jump), 2 (jump), 3 (jump), 4 (jump), 5 (jump)
1 (jump), 2 (jump), 3 (jump), 4 (jump), 5 (jump)

Red is the Color of Food

Submitted by Andi

Red is the color for an apple to eat.
Red is the color for cherries, too.
Red is the color for strawberries,
I like red food don't you?

Pizza Letter Play

Submitted by Callie

I like to eat eat eat
Pepperoni Pizza
I like to eat eat eat
Pepperoni Pizza
Note: For additional verses replace all of the "e's" with a new letter

Lemon in the Bowl

Submitted by Lisa

Five big lemons in the bowl. (hold up five fingers)
One fell out and started to roll. (Fold down one finger, and roll hands)
It bumped the table and hit my toe (clap once, and touch toes )
How many lemons in the bowl? 1-2-3-4 (Count fingers)
Four big lemons in the bowl. (hold up four fingers)
One fell out and started to roll. (Fold down one finger, and roll hands)
It bumped the table and hit my toe (clap once, and touch toes )
How many lemons in the bowl? 1-2-3 (Count fingers)
Three, big lemons in the bowl. (hold up three fingers)
One fell out and started to roll. (Fold down one finger, and roll hands)
It bumped the table and hit my toe (clap once, and touch toes )
How many lemons in the bowl? 1-2 (Count fingers)
Two, big lemons in the bowl (hold up two fingers)
One fell out and started to roll. (Fold down one finger, and roll hands)
It bumped the table and hit my toe (clap once, and touch toes )
How many lemons in the bowl? 1-2-3 (Count fingers)
One big lemon in the bowl. (hold up one fingers)
It fell out and started to roll. (Fold down one finger, and roll hands)
It bumped the table and hit my toe (clap once, and touch toes )
How many lemons in the bowl? (Hold up one fingerss)

Two Big Lemons (Sung to: This Old Man)

Submitted by Sharron

Way up high, in a tree (hold hands up as high as possible)
Two big lemons smiled at me (put hand on cheeks smile)
So I shook that tree with all my power; (Pretend to shake a tree)
Down came the lemons, whoa, they were SOUR!! (make sour face)

Pop Goes The Popcorn

(Sung to "Davy Crocket")

Submitted by Lori

Pop goes the popcorn, Can't you see.
It is jumping, Just like me!
I can't wait until it's done
Then I get to eat it, oh what fun!
Popcorn, oh popcorn, You make my tummy yum!

Jumping Jelly Beans

Submitted by Lisa

Fivejelly beans jumping in the den (Hold up five fingers)
Five more joined and then there were Ten (hold up other hand.)
Ten jelly beans jumping in the den, (Show both hands.)
Just joking around with great big grins. (Put fingers and dimples and Smile)

Orange as a carrot

Submitted by Tina

ORANGE as a carrot,
YELLOW as a pear,
PURPLE as a plum,
BROWN as a bear,
GREEN as the grass,
BLUE as the sky,
BLACK as a cat
RED as cherry pie

J's & Food

Submitted on the Comment Boxl

(Sung To : The farmer in the delll)
Jelly in a Bowl, Jelly in Bowl
Wibble Wobble Wibble Wobble
Jelly in a Bowl.
Continue with say jelly on my cheek, in my tummy, on my head, on my hands, on my arms, etc)


ART

Bread Art Submitted by Cheryl

What You Need

  1. Butter
  2. Food Coloring
  3. Bread
  4. Sugar (optional)

What You Do:

Put butter into a few small dishes. Add different colors of food coloring to the butter. Let your children spread the butter on the bread to create a colorful creation. Finally toast the bread (sprinkle some sugar to make it even more Yummy!) and let your children have an edible treat.

Idea:

  1. Let your children dip cookie cutters into paint and press them on a piece of paper.
  2. Let your children paint with spaghetti. Provide them with cooked spaghetti and let them dip it in paint and create a masterpiece!

Pizza Vest Submitted by an Unknown Friend

What You Need:

  1. Brown Grocery Bags
  2. Paint/Crayons/Etc.

What You Do:

Cut a bag in the shape of a pizza wedge (point at top of bag, leaving top connected - essentially makes two slices connected in the middle) Then cut a whole in the top for your child's head. Let your children create a different slice of pizza for the front and back. Now they can wear a pizza slice vest!

Pasta Shapes Submitted by Mary

What You Need:

  1. Pasta
  2. Paper
  3. Markers Crayons

What You Do:

Have your children create a picture of something they like. Then give them pasta and let them outline the item with the pasta. When the pasta dries you it will be shaped like their picture! Alternatively you can have them trace their name, or a pre-made design.

Pasta Necklace Submitted by Debra

What You Need:

  1. Pasta
  2. Food Coloring/Rubbing Alcohol
  3. Yarn

What You Do:

Before class dye rigatoni pasta different colors using a mixture of rubbing alcohol and food coloring. Then tape one side of a piece of yarn to the table and let your children thread the pasta through it.

Idea:

For a fun addition to any art project have your children write their name on the project with alphabet pasta.


Pasta Snowflake Submitted by Florence

What You Need:

  1. Spaghetti
  2. White Paint
  3. Paper

What You Do:

  1. Put the (uncooked) spaghetti in a baggie with white paint and shake it. Take the spaghetti out of the bag and let it dry overnight.
  2. Give each of your children a black biece of paper with a pre-drawn circle on it.
  3. Let your children create a unique snowflake on the paper. Using the circle as a guide.

Idea:

  1. Let your children paint with spaghetti/Pizza Sauce for a neat sensory art project.
  2. Put popcorn and paint in a bag and shake it. This makes a great item to use with an art project.

Popcorn Pieces Submitted by Paula

What You Need:

  1. Paint
  2. Paper

What You Do:

Give your children a precut popcorn piece (or let them cut their own) Let them add the features to really make it look like popcorn. These work great on a bulletin board like "Popping into summer" etc

Popcorn Collage Submitted by Helen

What You Need:

  1. Colored Glue (paint or food coloring mixed with glue)
  2. Paper
  3. Popcorn

What You Do:

Provide your children with many different colors of glue. Let them basically paint a picture with the glue (glue must be thick enough to hold popcorn) and then have them press popcorn onto the painted parts. This makes a wonder, cute, and creative collage look!

Class Pizza Submitted by Betty

What You Need:

  1. Large Piece of Paper
  2. Paint
  3. Yarn
  4. Other Art Supplies of you choosing

What You Do:

Cut a large Paper circle. Then have your children make a pizza. They can paint it red for sauce, add yarn for cheese, ham (pink triangles), add pepperoni buttons, etc. There is no limit to the creativity of toppings you can create. If you run out of ideas ask your children they may be able to come up with some. At the end of the day you can slice the pizza and let each child take a piece home.

Popcorn Beg Submitted by Patsy

What You Need:

  1. Small Paper Bags
  2. Crayons, paint, markers, etc.
  3. Popcorn

What You Do:

Give the children each a bag and the materials and let them make a decorative popcorn bag. Once the bags have dried put some popcorn in it and let them have it for a snack or to take home.

Gingerbread People Name Tags Submitted by Nancy

What You Need:

  1. Craft Foam
  2. Glitter
  3. Other Collage materials

What You Do:

Cut out gingerbread people from the craft foam. Then let your children decorate them however they want (Provide them with collage material: glitter, Paper, buttons, etc). Finally write the children's names on them.

Five Senses Gingerbread Art Submitted by Carla

What You Need:

  1. Sandpaper
  2. Crayons
  3. Cinnamon Sticks

What You Do:

Cut out gingerbread men sandpaper and give them to your children. Allow them to decorate their Gingerbread man with crayons, and cinnamon sticks. The children will be able to smell and taste the cinnamon, feel the sandpaper, hear the scratching (of cinnamon and sandpaper), and finally see their gingerbread people

Gingerbread Person Ornament Submitted by Lisa

What You Need

  1. Flour
  2. Cinnamon
  3. Salt
  4. Water
  5. Paint
  6. Ribbon

What You Do:

Mix One Cup Flour, ¾ Cup Cinnamon, One Cup Salt, and One cup water well. Roll the dough to about a half and inch in thickness. Then cut out Gingerbread People with a cookie cutter.

Place these on a cookie sheet, then punch a hole in them (for hanging). Bake at 350 for about 23 minutes (more for thicker ornaments, less for thinner).

The Project

Now provide your children with paint, ribbon, etc for decorating. This makes a great Christmas gift to parents

Stuffed Gingerbread People Submitted by Tonya

What You Need

  1. Grocery bags
  2. Paint
  3. Ribbon
  4. Cotton

What You Do:

Cut out two identical gingerbread people out of grocery bags. Glue them together putting cotton in-between. Now let your children decorate their gingerbread person

Gingerbread Person Ornament II Submitted by Julie

What You Need

  1. Applesauce
  2. Cinnamon
  3. Paint
  4. Ribbon

What You Do:

Mix applesauce with enough cinnamon to form a dough.

The Project:

Give your children the dough and cookie cutters. Let them roll the dough and then cut out a gingerbread person shape. Help them make a hole. Now put them aside and let them dry overnight. Now provide your children with paint, ribbon, etc for decorating. This makes a great Christmas gift to parents

Grape painting

What You Need:

  1. Soda Bottle Caps
  2. Paint
  3. Twigs
  4. Brown
  5. Yarn
  6. Glue

What You Do:

Have the children paint the bottle cap with grape colors then use it as a stamp, making a bunch of grapes. Use twigs or brown yarn glued on top of the grapes to make the stem

Flip the Latkes Submitted By Diane, Headstart Program, Monticello, NY

What You Need:

  1. Small Paper Plates
  2. Poster Board
  3. Yarn
  4. Popsicle Stick

What You Do:

Our class will make Latkes (A pancake) and then we will do an art project called Flip the Latkes. You will need small paper plates, cut out a small circle from poster board, yarn. Have the children decorate the paper plate and then punch a hole on the side of the paper plate, put the yarn through the hole and then put the round circle through the yarn, add a popsicle stick to the circle so that the children can hold it and flip the latke.

GAMES

Cookie Bingo

Submitted by Mickey

Make bingo boards on circular pieces of brown paper. Provide your children with chocolate chips (made from paper) to use to cover an area. When they get bingo, give them a real cookie!

Pasta Sort

Submitted by Eli

Place different shapes, sizes, and colors of pasta in a bowl. Let your children sort it.

Feed the Cookie Monster

Submitted by Lori

Create a large cookie monster with his mouth cutout. Then play just like 'pin the tail on the donkey' only with cookies.

Real Cookie Bingo

Submitted by Janice

Play Just like real bingo but use cookies to cover the squares!

Topping Toss

Submitted by Courtney

Cut out pizza topping shapes from cardboard. Then have your children stand back and try to throw those shapes onto a pizza pan. (For added effect cut out pictures of the toppings and glue onto the cardboard.

Pasta Match

Submitted by Mindy

Put different kinds of pasta on a piece of paper and trace around it. Provide your children with the paper and the pasta and let them match the tracing with the pasta.

Air Popping Corn

Submitted by Nancy

Put a large piece of paper on the floor. In the middle of the paper put an air popper (without the lid). Have you children stand back (it gets hot) and watch the popcorn fly out. After they see you can have it for snack.

Meatball Count

Submitted by Freta

Create a plate of spaghetti using yarn. Attach a number to the plate. Have your children put a corresponding number of meatballs (pom-poms) on the plate.

Pizza Box Relay

Submitted by Cory

Cut holes in the top of pizza boxes big enough for your children to put their feet in them. Have them do a relay shuffling across the floor.

Pizza Puzzle

Submitted by Lisa

Along with your class decorate a round piece of cardboard as a pizza. Then cut the pizza into puzzle pieces and let your children put it together.

Pizza on the Floor

Submitted by Nina

Outline a piece of pizza on the floor of your classroom. Put different toppings on the piece. Next have your children call out the name of the topping when you or a student steps on it.

Chopstick Practice

Submitted by Tonya

Let your children practice using chopsticks by putting chopsticks in your dramatic play area and providing them with items to pick up with the sticks (pompoms, marshmallows, cotton balls, and small toys are great items to use)

Popcorn Count

Submitted by Bonnie

Glue different number of pieces of popcorn on plates. Have your children separate their own popcorn into these numbers. Then tell them they can eat the pile of 3, pile of 4, etc.


SCIENCE


What Makes Bread Rise

Submitted by Jamie

Show your children what makes bread rise by mixing one tablespoon sugar, into one cup warm water (warm not hot!). Then adding one package of yeast. Watch what happens after a few minutes,

Disappearing Water

Submitted by Lisa

Fill a measuring cup with water to a specific point. Then put pasta into the measuring cup. Let you children observe what happens and then talk about it with them

Popcorn

Submitted by Annete

Go to a specialty store and by popcorn still on the ear. Put this on your sensory table along with un-popped popcorn and popped popcorn. Let your children see the differences!

Air Popping Corn

Submitted by Tina

Put a large piece of paper on the floor. In the middle of the paper put an air popper (without the lid). Have you children stand back (it gets hot) and watch the popcorn fly out. After they see you can have it for snack.

Gingerbread Count

Submitted by Julie

Cove a piece of cardboard with aluminum foil (to make it look like a cookie sheet) and paste several gingerbread men on it. Write a different number on each gingerbread man. Let your children count out a corresponding number of gumdrops (or cheerios) and put on each one. This is a great fun math lesson

The Healthy Restaurant

Submitted by Wilma

In your dramatic play area set up a restaurant complete with menus, plastic food, and play money. They can pretend to be waiters and waitresses. Remind your children to order healthy food.

Spaghetti Differences

Submitted by Betty

Provide your children with cooked and uncooked spaghetti. Let them see the differences in texture, feel, shape, etc. Talk to them about what makes them different.

Bean Counter

Submitted by an Unknown Friend

Give your children several dried beans. Have them count out certain number of beans, match them on the basis of color, size, etc.

Spaghetti Measurement

Submitted by India

Get spaghetti portion measuring sticks to show you children how much is suggested for one person, two people, etc.

Pizza Pie

Submitted by Betty

Graph your class as a pizza pie. Graph by height, hair color, eye color, etc.

Food Group Pyramid

Submitted oby Sharon J, Sparks, NV

Have the children make a pyramid shape from construction paper using brown for the base (breads, pasta, rice) Green for the next level (fruits and vegetables) Red for the next level (meat, eggs, fish) and purple for the top(fats, candy, etc). Then they can cut pictures from magazines and collage them onto the proper food group. You can talk about how more pictures fit on the bottom levels because they are healthier and how only a little bit of treat pictures fit on top because you shouldn't eat too much of nya

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