Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Gingerbread Man- FREEBIE!


Let's continue with the Gingerbread man. We're doing gingerbread this week in the classroom. Yesterday we read "The Gingerbread Man" and went on a scavenger hunt through the building and found gingerbread men cookies at the end! We enjoyed them for snack and LOVED them!

What the kid's don't know, is when they come to school this morning there will be a gingerbread house in our dramatic play/house area!


I love how it turned out! If you want some step by step directions or have any questions let me know! It's pretty much a $5 sheet, some duct tape, and hot glue!

To go along with the Gingerbread Man, here is a freebie of story sequence cards. I also included a bowl of dough and a gingerbread house. Depending on the variation of the story you will read these might work for you! There is also a sequence worksheet at the end.



Click to download this fun activity! Be sure to share this with your friends! We have four more days of holiday funday freebies!
UPDATE (11/25/12): This item is no longer available for free download. You can find this item available when you purchase my "Tis the Season for Holiday Fun" Unit.
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10 comments

Julia said...

How are you so creative?! I LOVE THE GINGERBREAD HOUSE in your dramatic play!!!! I struggle with my dramatic play area... :-/ Love your blog!

laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

That is awesome!! My toddlers would go in and never want to come out!!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

Katherine said...

girl you are making my dramatic play area look so blah right now! you amaze me!

Marie W said...

How creative you are! I love it!!!!

Sara said...

Hi Erin!

I so want one of those!! ...Ok, maybe one for school and one for home! :) Your activities are adorable!!

No worries one the "site" words. :) I had to rewrite "weird" 3 times yesterday to decide how to spell it!! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Sara
Kinderggarten Is A Hoot

Jessica said...

Love it! Thank you so much! I have something similar on my blog for Polar Express if you are interested! =)

Jessica
http://underthealphabettree.blogspot.com

Keys4Education said...

Oh my gosh - Erin! Your work is so cute, cute, cute! Thank you so much for sharing them with us! :o)

Anonymous said...

Awesome site!! Thank you for sharing your materials!! Happy Holidays and Thanks again!!!

Sandra Bennett said...

Hi Erin, I'm new to blogging and just found your fantastic site. Love your gingerbread man sequencing activity so much I just shared it on mine at Raising Awseome Readers. It is an excellent tool for my book Gingerbread Aliens. Thank you so much! :)

Anonymous said...

I also teach children with severe autism 5 and 6 year olds. Its great to finally find some activities to use for my students. Most products or website I find are far to advanced for my kids. Thanks!!

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