Reading: 5 Little Gingerbread Men Pocket Chart/Poem.

Cute little rhyme about colour, easy to substitute the gingerbread men for something to fit your theme. (Adapt to be about three and have them find that color gingerbread man)

Gingerbread Man Hunt around the school! Fun! I remember doing this when I was in K!

British Columbia Kindergarten Social Studies Gingerbread Man Hunt around the school! I remember doing this when I was in K!

Science experiment - The Gingerbread man ran and ran until he came to some water . . . The Gingerbread man did not want to get wet. Why not? What would have happened to the Gingerbread man if he had gotten wet? We experimented to find out! We put a gingerbread cookie in a pan of water and observed what happened to it over time.

Science experiment - The Gingerbread man ran and ran until he came to some water . The Gingerbread man did not want to get wet. Why not? What would have happened to the Gingerbread man if he had gotten wet? We experimented to find out! We put a gi

This gingerbread scented paint is so easy to make and there are so many fun ways to use it! Paint gingerbread houses, paint pine cones and hang them in your home, make scented gingerbread garland .(Mix cinnamon into brown paint.

Bridge for The Gingerbread Man

A bridge for The Gingerbread Man

I am so excited to bring you our Gingerbread Man Button Counting Busy Bag today!! This simple, holiday-themed busy bag reinforces counting and colors, while helping children with their pincer grasp and fine motor skills!! Sometimes, it is difficult to keep little hands busy when you just need a minute to {fill in the blank} load... Read More »

Gingerbread Man Button Counting Busy Bag

I am so excited to bring you our Gingerbread Man Button Counting Busy Bag today! This simple, holiday-themed busy bag reinforces counting and colors, while helping children with their pincer grasp and fine motor skills!

Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: They had to "catch" gingerbread men here and find the matching letter and dot it with a bingo dotter. For fellow teachers who may be reading this...after paper-clipping all of those ginger people last year and the clips falling off after every "catch", I had the idea of just stapling a staple in each one. It worked just as well and so much easier than paper clips.

Lee's Kindergarten: They had to "catch" gingerbread men here and find the matching letter and dot it with a bingo dotter. Use staples instead of paperclips.

Extend gingerbread hunt activity.... Make lost posters, predict (and graph) where he went, make a house for him to come back and live in...maybe do an elf on the shelf gingerbread version

Make lost posters, predict (and graph) where he went, make a house for him to come back and live in.maybe do an elf on the shelf gingerbread version


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