The Cookie Jar Adventure (Preschool) - Poem by C.J. Heck
Wakey-wakey from our beds,
thoughts of cookies in our heads.
Mom and Daddy's eyes are closed.
They are sleeping. They won't know.
Hurry-hurry, on the double,
if they wake, we'll be in trouble.
Blankies, pillows, on the floor.
Squeaky-squeaky goes the door.
Shhh, shhh, tippy-toe.
To the kitchen we will go.
Sneaky-sneaky down the hall,
bare feet creeping 'long the wall.
C'mon, Sissy, it's not far,
there it is, the cookie jar!
I can't reach it, I'm too small.
Get a chair to make us tall.
Shuffle-shuffle, scooty chair,
pushy-pushy, almost there.
Clinky-clinky goes the top,
hold it tight, or it will drop.
Giggle, giggle, tee-hee-hee,
two for you, and two for me.
Uh oh, Sissy, turn around...
Mom and Daddy. We've been found.
Peeky-peeky, Mom and dad,
are you angry? Are you mad?
Whisper-whisper, over there...
they want to know if we will share!
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