Kids Nursery Rhyme: Hickory Dickory Dock

A classic Nursery Rhyme that you grew up with and can share with your kids.
Make it come to life with this simple snack idea.

HICKORY DICKORY DOCK

~ Peanut Butter Sandwich ~ Strawberry ~ Raisin ~ Grape ~ Pretzel ~

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Cut bread into the shape of a clock.  Spread peanut butter and honey on one half.  I used a vitamin bottle   to cut a small hole out of the top of the other half and put on top of the peanut butter half. Use small pieces of pretzel sticks for the hands on the clock.  Use a strawberry for the mouse.  If it’s a large strawberry, you can cut it in half, if it’s a smaller one, just cut off a smaller piece just to make it lay flat.  Grape quarters for his ears with pieces of raisin for eyes and nose.  I cut up the crust for the tail and whiskers.

HICKORY DICKORY DOCK
Hickory  dickory dock
The mouse ran up the clock
The clock struck one
The mouse ran down
Hickory dickory dock

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~ Bon Ap[petite] ~

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8 Comments

  • At 2009.05.29 13:20, Rachel said:

    Aww, I love the mouse! I’ll be linking.

    • At 2009.05.31 17:31, Leslie said:

      what a cute idea, I love this!!

      • At 2009.06.01 09:27, mandy said:

        this is just darling!

        • At 2009.06.25 23:49, Kathryn said:

          What a great idea! Would be a great learning reinforcement tool along with being an adorable, healthy snack.

          • At 2010.05.26 14:00, Evelyn Saenz said:

            What an adorable snack when teaching children how to tell time. :)

            • At 2010.05.26 14:57, Kellie said:

              How fun. I just thought about it as a nursery rhyme, but yes, it would be a fun teaching tool!! Thanks Evelyn!!

              • At 2012.09.30 18:31, Emily Leggin said:

                What a great idea! How do you get the raisins to stick to the strawberry?

                • At 2012.10.05 11:53, Kellie said:

                  Hi Emily! I used a dab of peanut butter to “glue” the raisins on the strawberry.

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