Submitted by an UnknownCove a piece of cardboard with aluminum foil (to make it look like a cookie sheet) and paste several gingerbread men on it. Write a different number on each gingerbread man. Let your children count out a corresponding number of gumdrops (or cheerios) and put on each one. This is a great fun math lesson
Real Cookie Bingo
Gingerbread Paper DollsCut out gingerbread people shapes. Then cut out different clothing items for the shapes (shoes, hats, jackets, etc.) Let your children create a gingerbread wordrobe
Submitted by PaigeOutline cookie cutters on a file folder. Let your children match the cookie cutter with the outline.
Submitted by MickeyMake bingo boards on circular pieces of brown paper. Provide your children with chocolate chips (made from paper) to use to cover an area. When they get bingo, give them a real cookie!
Feed the Cookie Monster
Submitted by LoriCreate a large cookie monster with his mouth cutout. Then play just like 'pin the tail on the donkey' only with cookies.
Real Cookie Bingo
Submitted by Maureen Baer YoungI have a gingerbread girl doll and my class went on a hunt to find her. I wrote a note and left clues. We went around the school and asked different people if they had seen her. The children enjoyed trying to find her.
Submitted by D. Maureen Young, Carmichael Ca.For my Gingerbread Theme to teach the sounds the letters make I cut out 26 small gingerbreadmen. I write the alphabet letters on each one and make a gingerbread house out of a shoe box. We sing "Run run as fast as you can you can't catch me I'm the gingerbread boy or girl." Then we hold up a letter and sing that sound for example: DD as D as you can you can't catch me I'm the letter
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