Roll out molding clay 1/4 inch thick on a Silpat. Measure windows of house; add 1/2 inch all around. With a utility knife, cut out molds from clay using measurements. Make the Caramel Syrup, and pour into molds. Let set in molds until completely dry, about 1 hour. Carefully lift clay, leaving windowpanes behind.

Roll out molding clay 1/4 inch thick on a Silpat. Measure windows of house; add 1/2 inch all around. With a utility knife, cut out molds from clay using measurements. Make the Caramel Syrup, and pour into molds. Let set in molds until completely dry, about 1 hour. Carefully lift clay, leaving windowpanes behind.

Make a STEM Gingerbread House to Light Up the Night! My elementary students enjoy tinkering with batteries, lights, motors, and circuits in popular engineering toys like Roominate or in DIY items such as a homemade clock (last month we powered a clock with a lemon!). However, at the end of these tinkering periods, there is disappointment when their creations must remain in school. So in time for the holidays, we created sweet treats that light up.

Make a STEM Gingerbread House to Light Up the Night! My elementary students enjoy tinkering with batteries, lights, motors, and circuits in popular engineering toys like Roominate or in DIY items such as a homemade clock (last month we powered a clock with a lemon!). However, at the end of these tinkering periods, there is disappointment when their creations must remain in school. So in time for the holidays, we created sweet treats that light up.

Make a STEM Gingerbread House to Light Up the Night! My elementary students enjoy tinkering with batteries, lights, motors, and circuits in popular engineering toys like Roominate or in DIY items such as a homemade clock (last month we powered a clock with a lemon!). However, at the end of these tinkering periods, there is disappointment when their creations must remain in school. So in time for the holidays, we created sweet treats that light up.

Make a STEM Gingerbread House to Light Up the Night! My elementary students enjoy tinkering with batteries, lights, motors, and circuits in popular engineering toys like Roominate or in DIY items such as a homemade clock (last month we powered a clock with a lemon!). However, at the end of these tinkering periods, there is disappointment when their creations must remain in school. So in time for the holidays, we created sweet treats that light up.

Room Moms Rock: Gingerbread House Class Party- also contains a link to a good video on how to cut and build enough houses for the entire class- how fun would this be??

Room Moms Rock: Gingerbread House Class Party- also contains a link to a good video on how to cut and build enough houses for the entire class- how fun would this be??

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