Your students will love creating their own gingerbread cookie crafts with this engaging resource! This pack includes patterns for craftivity creation and differentiated writing activities that are great for creative and descriptive writing! Use this for your December bulletin board!
This Resource Includes:
❅ A Gingerbread Cookie Craft
your students can create easily using the included patterns
❅ Three Differentiated Cookie Planners
students can use to flesh out their creations by thinking and recording all of the things it can do, has, and is. This will help them get their thoughts togethe before creating the Wanted Poster!
❅ Four Differentiated Wanted Posters
students can create describing their gingerbread cookie creation. Paired with the craft, this makes for an ADORABLE bulletin board display you're sure to compliments on!
❅ Three Differentiated Story Planners & Story Book Paper Options
students can use to plan and write their own retelling of The Gingerbread Man
This Resource is For:
❅ Teachers who want a fun and creative way for students to interact with the beloved Gingerbread Man
story. The differentiated options provide lots of choices to support the varying needs of students!
Why I Love this Resource
I created this resource for use with my own students before I even uploaded it to TpT. I wanted an activity that would give my students a chance to be creative while keeping them engaged. This pack does the trick. My kids LOVED creating their own gingerbread cookies and wanted posters so much, I knew I had to turn it into a resource others could access. I hope your students love it as much as we did!
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