Let’s get ready for gingerbread week with a ton of great meaningful gingerbread man learning activities. We have so much ready for you to print and easily prep so you can enjoy learning with your class.
Gingerbread Man Learning Activities
First, check out this amazing real and nonsense word sorting activity. You print out the different mats AND color-coded vowel pieces. Your little learners place the vowels down in the middle of the CVC words and practice sounding out words. Then, they can work on telling you if the words are read or nonsense words. What a perfect way to practice CVC word-building.
Building CVC Gingerbread Man Words
Are you working on building CVC words like my little learners are? My students are doing great tapping out words and writing them, but we are working on accuracy. We specifically struggle with the ending sound. These differentiated CVC gingerbread man cookies are amazing to work on CVC. You get three levels of learning, so this is the level my learners will be working on with Gingerbread Man Learning Activities
Another one of these Gingerbread Man Learning Activities we can work on this week is handwriting and writing sentences specifically. Check out these writing activities especially for writing sentences. The top version is printable and the bottom examples are great to be laminated and written with a dry-erase marker.
During this grading period, we strive to get our learners to write one sentence. Our standard includes labeling pictures and using what we label to write. Check out this leveled gingerbread label and write activities with a word wall.
These writing prompts are great to work on expanding writing for those who are ready. We can also use them to write about some of the amazing Gingerbread Man stories.
Count the Cookies
This learning activity is such a great center activity. Learners count the cookies in the pan and match them to the number. Your learners can work on numbers 1-20.
You can also use this activity shown above to have your little learners color in the cookies to make the number given. Simple and fun!
Finally, check out this great leveled gingerbread printable to work on graphing. One version is just graphing and the other version allows the learner to compare numbers using more or less.