Giggle Rap Contest, 1st Round

by Winners and Finalists

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First Round Finalists

Dinner Rhyme
I was dancin’ down the street at quarter to nine
When I looked down at my feet and thought of a rhyme.
I said it to Stacey to see if she would agree
That being a rapper was the thing for me.
Then I remembered what my mama said.
If you’re late for dinner, you’re deader than dead.
—RyNeshia Mungo, 6th Grade

Sunday Beat
I was walkin’ down the street at a quarter to nine.
The sun was up and shinin’—I was feelin’ fine.
I met some friends on the corner of Second and May,
Then we all pulled out our instruments and started to play.
People rolled down their windows and were tappin’ their feet,
To our early Sunday morning musical beat.
—Heidi Storer, 6th Grade

Little Miss Muffet (The Real Story)
Here’s the real story ‘bout Little Miss Muffet
Ya know the one with the girl and her tuffet
Yes, she did sit down and start to eat
But that darn spider she did defeat
When that spider came on down
She squashed the little guy into the ground
So when a spider tries to give you a fright
If you do like Miss Muffet, you’ll stay and fight.
—Deno Barret, 6th Grade

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