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If You Give A Mouse A Cookie
by Laura Joffe Numeroff
Cookie Counting Mats

Each large cookie provides a work
mat. Students put the number of
“chocolate” pom-poms on each
cookie mat to match its numeral and
number word. Set includes 10 cookie
mats (7.5” diameter) and enough pom-
poms to complete the activities.
(counting; matching quantity to the
numeral and its number word)
Individual Extension and Skill Development Activities
Changing Clothes

Mouse likes color! Students match
color names with Mouse in colorful
overalls. (color recognition;
matching colors with color words)
Cookie Shapes Match

Match cookie shapes with
shape-labeled cookies. (basic
shapes and shape names)
Counting Chocolate

Each of 12 (3.5” x 5”) cards show a
cookie with chocolate drops. Students
are to count the chocolates and decide
how many. They select their answer
from three choices on the card and clip
it with a clothespin (included). Answers
are on the back for checking.
(counting; recognizing numerals and
number words)
Word-Picture Strips

Use these large (7”x 2”) cards for
flash cards, in pocket charts, or on
word walls. Simply cut the picture
from the word, and children can have
a matching activity. Set of 16 cards.
(vocabulary development)
Counting Cookies

Just flip and match the number of
cookies with numerals and their
number words in a sturdy-bound
booklet. (1-10 numeral, word, and
quantity matching)
ABC Cookie-Mouse Match

Match uppercase letters to their
correct lowercase letters. Set
includes 26 colorful mouse
cards and 26 cookies.
Patterning Strips

Complete the pattern on each
strip. Set includes 12 strips (10.5”
x 2.5”) and pattern card answers
to complete the patterns.
Small Word-Picture Cards

Students can easily put the
story events in order with
these cards. They also get
practice associating the
picture with its name at the
same time. (3”x3.5”) 15 cards
Where’s My Cookie? Board

Roll the die and advance. If a
cookie has a letter, say the
letter and move a space. If a
cookie does not have a
letter, say the letter and
move two spaces. Winner
gets to the cookie jar first.
(play a simple game; ABC
order; letter recognition)
Cookies Make Me Thirsty Board

Very simple counting game for 2
players. Roll the 1-3 die, count
the number of spaces to
advance, and reach the milk first.
(counting; play a simple game)
Cookie Time

Simple, fun counting game. Each
player gets a cookie jar mat where
by drawing cards (1-10) either adds
cookies to his jar or subtracts
cookies from his jar. (counting;
simple addition and subtraction)
Sorting Cookies

Cut-out cookies are sorted and put
into different categories by
attributes. Possible attributes
include size, color, shape,
photo/drawn, size, toppings, filled
centers, etc. (sorting by attributes)

Players turn up two cards at a time. If
the pairs match, the player continues.
If they do not match, play is passed to
the next player. 24 cards (visual
discrimination; thinking;
remembering; matching)
Got Any Cookies? Emergent Reader

Children read and color an easy version
of the story. The picture of a completed
spiral-bound teacher booklet is shown
only as an example and is not included.   
All the pages needed to make and
reproduce the booklet are included.
(read and color an easy book)