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Ice Cream Colors 
Added: 07-27-2000 
Original Author: Unknown

We have ice cream, the best in town,
Let us begin with chocolate brown.
Now, let us scoop us some bubble-gum pink,
It is sweet and yummy, the best, some think.

Here is ice cream minty and green,
It is the creamiest I have ever seen.
Yellow ice cream is lemony and tart,
We like its taste from the very start.

Scoops of blueberry would make my day,
Look at all this ice cream, hip, hip hooray!
Red ice cream is a strawberry delight,
All these scoops are a heavenly sight.

Vanilla white is a popular flavor,
It tastes very good to an ice-cream craver.
Purple ice cream really gives me a kick,
Good and yummy till the very last lick.

Ice cream, ice cream, what a cool sensation,
We love ice cream in any combination!

(Make appropriate parts to tell the story.)

Ice Cream Cone Flannel Board Rhyme 
Added: 07-27-2000 
Original Author: Unknown

Make felt ice cream cones ( I made mine with strawberry tops). Place them on the board as you say the rhyme.

Five little ice cream cones, so good to eat.
The first one said, I’m a summer time treat.
The second one said, it’s such a hot day
The third one said, I’m melting away.
The fourth one said, don’t lose your top.
The fifth one said, oh dear , ker-plop! (Place the last cone upside down.)

Ice Cream  
Added: 07-27-2000 
Original Author: Unknown

Make felt board pieces for this poem.

First we need a cone, (brown triangular felt ice cream cone shape)
Nice and crunchy.
Then we need some ice cream,
Sweet and yummy,
Scoop ’em on; stack ’em on’
Up to the sky.
We love ice cream; my, oh my!

First comes vanilla,
Cold and sweet. (white felt ice cream scoop)
Then comes chocolate (brown scoop)
A delicious treat.
Here’s some strawberry; (red/pink scoop)
Orange sherbet, too, (orange scoop)
A super-duper scooper cone
Just for you!

One scoop, two scoops,
Three scoops, four.
We love ice cream
Let’s have some more!

Also have available a blue scoop (blueberry), yellow scoop (lemon sherbet), etc….and change the words of the poem.

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