Freebie Friday Linkup: Mouse Resources

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Mouse Resources

Free Printable If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Activities from Lalymom
All you need to do for this activity is print the free activity sheets (available in the Free Printables Section of the Lalymom shop) and when the ink is dry, cut them in half. There are two pages, each with two work cloud worksheets. This means you have four different word clouds to work with. You could have each child do all four, or print a few copies and mix it up for a group of kids.

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Counting Cards from Playdough to Plato
The simple humor in Laura Numeroff’s whitty children’s books makes them fun for kids and grown ups alike. After reading the classic “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” a few days ago, I pulled out a little surprise for my kids: a set of cookie counting cards in serious need of some chocolate chips. They were THRILLED with the challenge and eagerly got to work. I hope your kids love the freebie too.

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Lapbook Printables Level 1-2 study created by Amy Finck and Ami Brainerd on Homeschool Share
Book and Lesson Themes: mice, counting, story telling, circles, cookies, nursery rhymes, phonics, fine motor skills

If you Give a Mouse a Cookie Pack from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
There are 45 pages with a variety of educational activities for children 2-6 years old. Here is a sampling of what you’ll find.

from Promoting Success on Teachers Pay Teachers
Mouse a Cookie: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie – Here is a free printable cut and paste, Common Core math addition worksheet to go along with the book, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. Students will love the hand drawn Mouse a Cookie pictures!

If You Give A Mouse A Cookie Writing & Drawing Activity from The McGrew Crew on Teachers Pay Teachers
This is part of an activity pack using the book, “If you give a mouse a cookie!”



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