# Gingerbread Man Math & Literacy Activities - 20 Activities - 210 printing pages

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This is a combination of my very first Gingerbread Man pack of activities and my brand new Gingerbread Man bundle of activities.

209 Printable pages

20 Total Activities - Each are available individually in my store as well.

The thumbnails and preview show just some of the newer activities only. Please feel free to browse my store to see other views of items in this pack.

Activities Include:

From the Original Bundle:

The first activity is a mini book. Students will enjoy practicing their reading skills while they move the printable Gingerbread Man around on the pages of the book.
The activity mats are next. Glue corresponding mats back to back so that one one side students will have a guide, and on the other, they will be able to practice on their own.

2) Gingerbread Man Find & Graphs (3 Total)

Use this activity as a printable or laminate it for use as an activity mat. As an activity mat, have students use dry/erase markers or crayons. They can fill in the squares or put “X”s in them to show the data. 3 Different Sheets.

3) How Many More? Gingerbread Man Math Printables (4 Total)

Print these out to use as practice sheets, or laminate them to use as activity mats with dry/erase markers.
Students count up how many of the characters are colored in. Then they use the leftover, non-shaded characters to help them determine how many numbers more they need to get to five or ten.
4 Total

4) Gingerbread Tracing Number Mazes (3 Total)

Help the Gingerbread Man find his friend by tracing the numbers in sequential order! The first level has slightly larger numbers and traces 1-10. The next level traces 1-15, and the last level traces nubmers 1-20. Can be used as printables or activity mats.

5) Gingerbread Dry/Erase Counting Activity Printables (3 Different Ones)

There are three different activities. The first activity is geared for
students who need practice with object counting and
writing numbers. If you make these as they were designed
to be made, one side of the card will allow students to
count and trace the number of objects on the card. The
other side will allow students to count and then
independently write the number of objects. The next
activity is made for students who are able to write
numbers independently. This activity allows students to
demonstrate ability to write numbers in sequence. The last
activity, which is geared for more advanced users of these
cards, allows students to demonstrate ability to write
numbers both before and after a given number.

6) Gingerbread Cut & Paste Number Activity

This activity can be used as an opportunity to allow students to show their skills in objective counting for either practice or even assessment. There are three levels of this activity. The first involves tracing and counting numbers 1-5. The second involves tracing and cutting numbers 3-7. And the third involves tracing and counting numbers 4-8.
First have your students trace the dotted numbers at the bottom. Then let them enjoy cutting, matching, and gluing the corresponding number next to each group of adorable Gingerbread related items while they count.

7) Gingerbread Man Pocket Chart Numbers 1-100 & blank ones

Cut these squares out and laminate them. Use them in your pocket chart in numerous ways! You can use them for calendar time. You can pull out the appropriate numbers for counting by tens or fives. Pull out evens or odds. Use them for addition and subtraction problems and more! Whatever you decide, kids are sure to love manipulating these adorable gingerbread numbers!

Included are four different Gingerbread Man themed printables that involve adding -s to words to make them plural. Students will cut out and paste the correct plural form of each word. There are six on each page. All six include a picture and word in singular form. Students look at the plural corresponding picture and find the word at the bottom of the page that matches the picture.

9) Gingerbread Tracing Alphabet Tracing Mazes (2 Total)

Help the gingerbread man find his house by tracing the alphabet in the correct order from A-Z. Print out as practice sheets or laminate and use as an activity mat with dry/erase marker. 3 Mazes available.

Students will enjoy mixing up and putting back together again these adorable gingerbread themed characters as they practice counting by ones, tens, and fives. Multiple levels allow for differentiation in the classroom. 6 Puzzles included.
Directions: Print, cut out strips, and laminate. Students can use these over and over again.

The first three are printables. The next three are the same activity, but in an activity mat version. You can laminate those and use them at centers or as a “when you’re finished” activity. Use dry/erase markers for easy erasing.

This fun Gingerbread Man reader will take students visually through the story while practicing right and left directions. Have students trace the dotted arrows on each page so they are focusing on which way each direction goes. The last page lets them draw a picture of themselves, as the Gingerbread Man stands to the left of them. This book has nine pages.

Simple print out these three adorable game sheets and give students two dice. Have them roll the dice, add the numbers together and then color a portion of the picture that has the same number on it.

14) Gingerbread Man Sight Word Dry/Erase Activity Cards

Directions:

Print out the cards onto durable card-stock. Cut out on the gray dotted line and laminate for added strength. Use dry/erase markers and have students build the word or use letter tiles from the game Scrabble-although different Scrabble games vary in tile sizes. So you may have to be particular in which game you use.

There are eleven different card designs repeated throughout the product.

There are 52 cards with different words on them. Please look through the list of words before you purchase. Make sure they are words that you want your students to practice writing:

Sight Words Used in this product include.....

see, can, I, a, the, you, said, like, is, go, at, do, play, good, yes, no, and, love, my, be, little, am, look, to, we, has, what, by, they, are, was, for, this, big, with, he, she, will, have, me, mom, dad, of, here, not, in, went, it, day, on, did, out, that, all, your

15) Gingerbread Man I Have...Who Has...Alphabet game

These I Have...Who Has....Alphabet Game Cards are a perfect addition to your fairy tales or Gingerbread themed unit. There are 27 playing cards.

Directions:

Print out the cards on durable cardstock. Cut out and laminate for added strength. Have the kids sit in a circle facing each other. Randomly hand out the cards. Ask who has the first card. (It is labeled.) That person starts by asking what is on their card.
And so it continues until you reach the last card.

16) Gingerbread Man Counting & Skip Counting Sentence Strip Activity

Grab some sentence strips and let students cut and glue the various gingerbread numbers back in order.

Sheets included count by ones, twos, threes, fours, and fives.

PLUS....there's a blank sheet so you can write in whatever YOU want them to practice! Enjoy!

17) Gingerbread Man Count, Trace, & Write

2 Sheets Total---

Students count the number of objects in each square. Then they trace the written number word, cut it out, and paste it under the objects in the left box. Next to the pasted number word, they write the word on their own in the right box. This activity counts objects up to ten. It's a great addition to your Gingerbread unit and a great beginning of the year counting activity or a review for later on.

18) Gingerbread Man Common Core Positional Word Daily Activity

To begin, print out and laminate one of the large Gingerbread men included. Each morning when the students come into the room (or when they come back from lunch or any other place), have the Gingerbread Man hidden (but still somewhat visible) somewhere in the classroom. Place the Gingerbread Man in various places each day so that all of the positional words are being practiced over time. Once the students find him, have them trace the gray scale words and then complete the sentence on their own. There is a word bank to help guide them through their writing. On the bottom half, have them draw where the gingerbread man was at! Enjoy!

19) Gingerbread Man Number Practice Sheets #1-20

Enjoy these number practice sheet for numbers 1-20. Each sheet practices writing the number-first tracing and then writing on own.

Then complete the additional practice in corresponding tens frames, base ten blocks/strips, dominos and dice, and object drawing.

Twenty practice sheets included...covers numbers 1-20.

20) Gingerbread Man Number and Number Word Recognition Practice Sheets #1-20

There are forty fabulous number and number word recognition practice sheets in this download. All with a variety of Gingerbread pictures on them that will appeal to both boys and girls. These sheets practice numbers 1-20. Two sheets for each number.

All of these activities can be purchased individually at my store as well.

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