Gingerbread Man Sequencing Hats

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Books and Giggles
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PreK - 1st
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My students loved this so much I had to buy the bundle. Love it! Also the fact that you could differentiate is a plus.
My students enjoyed this activity. It was an extremely easy way to assess their ability to sequence the story and give d Key details. They all wore their hats home. Very cute.
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  1. Story sequencing and retelling is so much fun with these printable crowns! This is a growing bundle of no prep and easy prep hats based on favorite picture books. Right now there are hats for 16 different stories, but I plan to add more from time to time (so if you purchase this be sure to check bac
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  2. These gingerbread theme literacy activities include differentiated emergent readers, a FUN sequencing activity, and an engaging letter recognition activity. PLUS, with this bundle, you also get a bonus gingerbread house alphabet activity that's not available anywhere else.Update 11/29/20: I added tw
    Price $11.25Original Price $14.75Save $3.50


These sequencing hats for the story The Gingerbread Man are easy to print and go! They're a fun addition to your holiday reading lessons. Students can retell the story from each other's hats, and to their families at home.

These printable hats come in 3 different versions and in both color and black and white:

  • Print & Go: students color and you assemble
  • Cut & Glue: students cut out the story pieces and glue to the crown in the correct sequence
  • Artistic: blank space for students to add their own favorite scene or other related artwork.

In addition, there is a set with the ending where the gingerbread man gets eaten in the end and a set for the happier ending - so you can choose which better fits your class.

UPDATE 12/14/20 - I added black & white versions to go with 3 specific Gingerbread Man books. I used the books by Beatrice Rodriguez, Eric Kimmel, and Louise Martin. Scroll all the way to the end of the file to find these.

UPDATE 12/9/19 - I added an additional popular version of the story. There's now also a version with an old man in the chase instead of a sheep.

COMING SOON 12/22 - Please check back for an update that is coming soon! I will be re-organizing the file to make it easier to navigate, and also adding sentence strips for whole class teaching.


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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
With prompting and support, retell familiar stories, including key details.
With prompting and support, describe the relationship between illustrations and the story in which they appear (e.g., what moment in a story an illustration depicts).
Retell stories, including key details, and demonstrate understanding of their central message or lesson.
Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters, setting, or events.


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