Gingerbread Man Poem
Poem for Teaching About the Color Brown
This song is available on Dr. Thomas Moore's "Sing a Song of Colors"
My mother made some gingerbread
And put it in a pan.
She pulled and shaped the dough
Until she formed a little man.
I added two red candy cheeks,
A dimple in his chin,
Some raisins for his eyes and nose,
And frosting for his grin.
When he was brown, I sat right down
To see if he would run.
He stayed and so I ate him up,
The way you would have done!
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