In this 21 page book, students move a gingerbread man above, below, under, beside, in, between, on, to the left of, next to, to the right of, or over various holiday themed objects. The pages are not numbered so that you can change the order to prevent memorization. Great for students working on S
Where is the gingerbread man hiding? Read the story about the gingerbread man and where he is hiding. The focus is on positional words such as in, on, under, next to, and behind. Identify the positional words in a field of 2 and then try hiding the gingerbread man on your own. Great for prescho
This is a board game for students to enhance vocabulary and practice using positional words. Students move around the game board by matching the positional word game card with the location of the Gingerbread Man. Great for Math or Science Workstations or Learning Centers. Perfect addition to any
Who's ready for some Gingerbread fun?! Students won't even realize that you've snuck some positional words practice into the lesson as they word on building their reading skills with this interactive emergent reader! The first activity is an emergent reader. Students will enjoy practicing their read
This easy reader lets students fill in the correct positional word depending on where the gingerbread man is. Perfect for a teacher led or student led center.
Words covered: on, in, under, between, next to, and above.
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A Colored Emergent Reader and a Black Line Master – Fill in the blank with the correct positional word. The positional word is located on each page to copy in the blank. The students then draw the animal on the page that the positional word describes. Example: The page wi
This book is a great introduction or review to positional words. Check out the preview to see how the book is put together. You attach the present picture with tape on three sides, leaving the top open. Then, attach the gingerbread with yarn. That way, students can move the gingerbread around to m
Here is an interactive easy reader for students to use while learning their positional words. As you read the book together (possibly as a shared reading), students will move their gingerbread man according to where the sentence says he is.
Two ways to use the gingerbread men:
1. Students can glue
PowerPoint presentation that goes over several positional words (above, under, between, over, beside, etc.). The presentation allows students to guess where the gingerbread man should be placed and then you can revile the answer on the next slide. Great for building vocabulary! Can be used for whole
This is a flip chart that can be printed to make individual booklets for each child. This is a great way to teach positional words to students. They can participate on the Promethean board and draw the Gingerbread Man as they are completing their own booklets.
Teach positional vocabulary with a fun gingerbread man theme! Perfect for December Lesson Plans!What’s included:2 Mini-Interactive Books to target receptive (Book 1) and expressive (Book 2) positional vocabulary. Each book is lower-prep (only one velcro symbol in the receptive book, none in the expr
Three of My Gingerbread Man on the Loose Book Companions BUNDLED for Savings! The Gingerbread Man Loose on Christmas Includes:Vocabulary Word Cards (13) Definition Cards (13) Game for practicing and learning the vocabulary from the story Emergent Reader Printables Writing Story Elements Main Charact
YES YOU CAN CATCH ME! I'm the GINGERBREAD SPEECH MAN! Use these print & go worksheets for an easy activity or homework page during the holidays! Product includes NO PREP black & white Worksheets & BONUS language activities for working on multiple goals including positional words, preposi
These 4 Gingerbread Man Emergent Readers continue your gingerbread man theme into your math block! Incorporate reading and keep that gingerbread theme going while covering shapes, early subtraction, positional words and ordinal numbers! (no holidays are referenced, so you can use it with all student
I so enjoy reading this Gingerbread Man adventure to my children during October and Fire Safety Month. Your kids may have heard The Gingerbread Man Loose in School, this time the Gingerbread Man joins his class on a field trip to the fire station...and while trying to avoid being eaten by the fire d
As a follow-up to a Gingerbread Boy, Gingerbread Girl or Gingerbread Baby read-aloud, use these pages to create a class book, retell the story, make patterns and practice positional words.Four book covers to choose from - see preview above
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.K.1 With prompting and support, ask a
A perfect supplement to your Gingerbread stories unit!Includes 9 slides that direct students to move a Gingerbread Man in relationship to a snowman.Perfect for distance learning, small groups, a partner activity, homeschool, or even a whole-group activity! Share your screen and complete with a group
Need a last minute activity for your students that are learning from home? Take a digital scavenger hunt and look for the Gingerbread Man!These slides have rhymes that give clues on his whereabouts and it also ties in some language and positional words concepts as well!The slides are formatted for G
Use positional words or prepositions to follow the gingerbread man as he hides around his gingerbread house, plays with a snowman and hides in a Christmas stocking. Students click on the prepositions that match the provided images and drag them to the sentence. Practice reading and using positional
Get ready for all things GINGERBREAD! FOUR of my Gingerbread Man themed resources BUNDLED together for savings and tons of literacy this winter! The Gingerbread Man Sequencing and Literacy Unit: (85 pages) Wow!! 85 pages of Fairy Tale Fun with The Gingerbread Man! Designed just for KINDERGARTEN and
A set of images depicting various positional and directional words. Each image can be for several words, or its own word. All images are in color and black and white. A few gingerbread and mug are included as well.In this set:- 18 PNG 300ppi clip art in color and black and whiteabove, up, overaround
Where is that gingerbread man? Follow the gingerbread man as he hides around his gingerbread house, plays with a snowman and hides in a Christmas stocking. Students click on the prepositions that match the provided sentences and images. Prepositions used: behind, in front of, beside, below, above,
Students will search for the gingerbread man. Once they see they gingerbread man they drag the object over and click on him! This fun activity can be used as: A reinforcer Positional word "behind"Speech Therapy : building sentences "gingerbread man is behind the couch" etc. Using descriptive words