Thank you for looking at my Gingerbread Printables
This set of printables contains the pdf files for:
- Seven pages of instructions describing how to make “The Easiest ‘Gingerbread’ Houses Ever” - an easy way to prepare houses for a class decorating activity
- One 11” x 17” “Have You Ever Made a Gingerbread House?” Graphing printable. When this page is printed out, you will have the title and two graphing categories (in two different sizes) for this graph.
- One 8.5” x 11” “About the Graphing Printables” page which tells you how I use these graph printables in my classroom
-One 5.5” x 8.5” Take-Home Question for your students: “Have I Ever Made a Gingerbread House?” Send this sheet home with your students before you do your graph to encourage your students to dialogue with their parents about this question. These pages are black and white, and print 2 pages to one 8.5” x 11” paper.
- One 8.5” x 11” “Decorating My Gingerbread House” student paper. This paper is designed for use after your class makes their gingerbread houses. Let them draw about their house-building experience here, and record what they say about this experience.
- One 11” x 17” “Do You Like the Taste of Gingerbread?” Graphing printable. When this page is printed out, you will have the title and two graphing categories (in two different sizes) for this graph.
- One 8.5” x 11” “Gingerbread Tasting Graph Data Page” student paper. This paper is designed for use after your class finishes the “Did You Like the Taste of Gingerbread” graph. Students can record the results of the graph on their paper, and draw faces to indicate how many classmates liked/didn’t like gingerbread. Then they can circle or color a face that represents their choice on the graph.
-One 5.5” x 8.5” Take-Home Paper for your students: “Today I tasted gingerbread at school and I liked it/didn’t like it”. Let your students mark whether they liked the taste of gingerbread on this paper and send it home with them to promote language about this experience with your students. These pages are black and white, and print 2 pages to one 8.5 x 11” paper.
Copy these files onto heavy cardstock (I think glossy cardstock looks the best.) Laminate and cut out when necessary.
Please see the other items in my Teachers Pay Teachers Store, and see my blog for more ideas for printable activities and other teaching ideas: teachingthelitltepeople.blogspot.com
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Clip art from Maree Truelove at Etsy.com, Stockberry Studio at MyGrafico.com, DIGI Doodle Doo, and Pink Cat Studio