Have children fill-in the letter C with cookie cereal or baking chips. Let the children eat the cereal or baking chips off their letter C. (Letter Cs in good condition can be saved for another project.)
*Variation: children can glue oatmeal onto the letter C for oatmeal cookies.
Read the book If You Give a Mouse a Cookieby Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond. You will soon discover just what happens when you give a mouse a cookie in this award winning, contemporary classic children’s book.
Cookie Math Recognition
Brown construction paper or cardstock
Baking chips of any kind or raisins
Circle tracer (optional)
Number recognition: Cut circles out of the brown paper. Write numbers on the bottom of the circles. Give children baking chips such as chocolate chips and have them place the correct number on each circle (cookie).
On the backside of each circle make dotted numbers. Have children trace the numbers with their finger. Then, have children place the baking chips along the dots to create the numbers.
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