One book has students writing the words in the blank, while the other book option has students tracing the words. -7 gingerbread man die cuts per student (or use these templates for students to make their own) -copy of gingerbread book for each student –gingerbread cookie (if you want to do this step) What I love about this book is that students will get to eat a gingerbread cookie (score! In order for them to complete the activity, they will need to listen to what step is next.
Each student gets a cookie, a book set, and seven gingerbread cutouts. After completing the cover page, I have students write (or trace) the first body part that we will be writing.
There are four printable designs to choose from: I started A to Z Teacher Stuff in 1997 when I was getting ready for student teaching. I went on to teach preschool, kindergarten, and first grade and earned my Master's degree in Education as well.
Kids LOVE the gingerbread man so obviously, it makes complete sense to spend at least a week incorporating it into your students’ learning during the month of December.
I usually have students eat the corresponding part of the gingerbread cookie next, but you can easily have them tear the body part off of the gingerbread die cut first and do the cookie after.
Next, students will tear off the part of the body that you wrote on the paper and ate.
I have so many different ones to choose from, both for literacy and math learning objectives, but the other day, I noticed I didn’t have any printable writing paper.
I just had to fix that oversight and voila: Gingerbread Winter Fun Writing Prompt Writing Paper!
My Yummy Gingerbread Man Book is a perfect interactive activity to get your students in the holiday mood.
Are you looking for more Christmas ideas, activities, and printables to do at home or in the classroom? My Yummy Gingerbread Man Book contains two different book options, depending on the level of your students.