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How to Play the Game Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar
“Who Stole the Cookie From the Cookie Jar” is a classic nursery school game about the controversial topic of cookie theft and society’s apathetic tolerance for the white lie equivalent of crimes. However, most children will turn a naive eye to these adult insights of the game and appreciate it for what’s important: camaraderie, team-building, and cookie appreciation. The following is a step by step guide on playing this game in your classroom.
Determine a cookie swiping has taken place.Examine the cookie jar. Is there a cookie missing? Don’t speculate. If no cookies were stolen, you have no grounds to start this game. If a cookie was stolen, proceed to the next step.
- If you need a means to start the game, persuade a student to steal a cookie from the cookie jar. Or in an ironic twist, you, the teacher, steal the cookie from the cookie jar. Student will learn a valuable lesson on trusting authority.
Gather the suspects.Most cookie thefts are committed by neighbors, loved ones, or more typically, students in the classroom. Call them into a single large room. Do not play this game outside! Nervous small children may run away once realizing their cookie swiping is public knowledge. Little children are especially hard to catch when filled with cookies.
Pose the question.Sit everyone down (a circle formation is recommended). Then ask in a firm and unwavering tone, “Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?” Have group chant this to create a sense of unity and/or mob mentality.
The Accusation.Indict a person. Say, “(STUDENT’S NAME) stole the cookie from the cookie jar.” Do not stumble. Do not stutter. Speak clearly.
- The Defense. The accused will say “Who me? Couldn’t be.”
- The Million Dollar Question. Ask, as a group, “Then who?”
- The Newly Accused. The accused will pass the blame. They will say “(DIFFERENT STUDENT) stole the cookie from the cookie jar.
- The Cycle. Repeat step 4 through 8 until cookie thief is discovered or all parties are absolved of the crime. Laugh. Be a role model that teaches forgiveness and tolerance; absolve the convicted of their felonious cookie deed. Give cookies to all the students. Teach the simple and delightful pleasure of cookies.
How do you play it with three people
- Teach the importance of cookie appreciation in moderation.
- Do not give normal cookies to diabetic students. Provide with a tasty sugar free substitute cookie,cracker, or doctor recommended snack.
- While intended for children, this game can be played at almost all age levels, though elderly people may not be amused by such antics.
- “Pizza” and “Pizza box” can be substituted for “Cookie” and “Cookie Jar.” However, I am not sure why anyone would want to do that.
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