It’s the 15th of the month, and I have a new post at PreK + K Sharing … with some fun Christmas activities using free gingerbread printables! Here, I’m sharing the links to lots of free gingerbread printables for preschoolers through 1st graders (and sometimes older).
At PreK + K Sharing, I tell where I found my materials and how I used the printables to prepare Montessori-inspired gingerbread activities. I also have links to other posts with additional ideas and presentations.
Free Printables Featured in the Gingerbread Activities at PreK + K Sharing
Gingerbread Visual Discrimination Printable from Pre-K Pages
Gingerbread Man Color Sort from Making Learning Fun
Gingerbread Even or Odd from Mrs. Kelly’s Klass
Gingerbread Man Symmetry by Floriane Siegel at Teachers Pay Teachers
Gingerbread Holiday Beginning Sounds from Kinders on the Block
Gingerbread Common Core Positional Word Daily Writing Activity from The Barefoot Teacher
Free Gingerbread Printables for Preschoolers-First Graders (some printables for up to grade 3)
- Preschool Gingerbread Baby Printables from Homeschool Creations (featured in my Montessori-Inspired Christmas Language Activities and Free Christmas Printables)
- Gingerbread Cookie Even and Odd Sort from Homeschool Creations
- The Gingerbread Baby Unit Study and Printables from Homeschool Share
- Gingerbread Baby Board Game from Jan Brett
- Gingerbread Man Packs Tot-2nd from Royal Baloo
- Gingerbread Man Templates from Gift of Curiosity
- Gingerbread Man Templates from First Palette
- Gingerbread Man Pattern from All Free Crafts
- Gingerbread Man Lacing Card from Learning 2 Walk
- Gingerbread Playdough Mats from Wise Owl Factory
- Gingerbread Man Printables for Playdough from Totschooling
- Gingerbread Man Printables for Kids from Kids Activities Blog
- Gingerbread Printables from Making Learning Fun
- Gingerbread Man Printables and Themed Unit from Teaching Heart
- Gingerbread Pirates Printables from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
- Gingerbread Man Printable Pack PreK-3 from Embark on the Journey
- Gingerbread Man Lacing Card from Learning to Walk
- Gingerbread Man Characters from Pre-K Pages
- Gingerbread Printables from PreKinders
- Gingerbread Man Hunt Printables from Playdough to Plato
- Gingerbread Man Printables from Activity Village
- Gingerbread Man Printables from DLTK’s Crafts for Kids
- Gingerbread Man Printables from Kidzone
- Gingerbread Man Printable Activities from First School
- Gingerbread Writing and Reading Kindergarten Activities from Green Bean Kindergarten
- Gingerbread Man 10 Frames from Heidi Songs
- Count the Gumdrops Gingerbread Man Activity from Heidi Songs
- Teaching Children to Follow Direction with the Gingerbread Man from Heidi Songs
- Gingerbread Man Secret Code Worksheet from Heidi Songs
- Hidden Gingerbread Man Color Words from Heidi Songs
- Gingerbread Play Dough Free Recipe from Ben and Me
- Gingerbread Men Recipe and Sweet Treat Tags from The TomKat Studio
- Gingerbread Printables from Teachers Pay Teachers
- Gingerbread Printables from Teachers Notebook
A Montessori-inspired gingerbread activity that’s simple to prepare but doesn’t use a printable: Montessori-Inspired Christmas Gingerbread Man Fine-Motor Activity or Craft.
Here’s the link to my article at PreK + K Sharing: Montessori-Inspired Gingerbread Man Activities Using Free Printables. Please join me at PreK + K Sharing (after you check out the Montessori Monday link-up)!
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