## You're The Man Gingerbread Writing Prompt

7 pages.

Have your students pretend to become the gingerbread man and fill in the blanks on the girl or boy writing prompt page.  To make things more believable, and to practice research skills, encourage students to include factual information about the place they want to run to, using lots of description in their "ed-venture".  Have students do a rough draft and underline their adjectives to make sure they have enough.  To help explain what you want your students to do, I've included a completed sample.

## Gingerbread On The Loose Writing Packet

10 pages.

I LOVED designing this gingerbread writing and activity packet and hope you have oodles of fun with your kiddo's doing these interesting activities.

11 pages.

Review a variety of math standards during your gingerbread unit, with this 10-frames packet.  If you enjoy using 10 frames, be sure and check out the rest of our themes.  We have LOTS! I've included extra tiles to use as manipulatives for sorting, making groups/sets & patterning.

## 1-2-3 Count Gingerbread With Me

10 pages.
Common Core State Standards: K.CC.4a, K.CC.4b,K.CC.4c, K.CC.3, K.CC.5, K.CC.7, RF.K.1a, RF.K.1c, RF.K.3c.

Practice a variety of skills and standards with this cute 10 frame booklet.

20 pages.

Cover a variety of standards with this gingerbread number packet.

5 pages.

Help students recognize number words with numbers, in this fun gingerbread - clothespin matching game. Great fine motor practice too!

7 pages.

Help reinforce counting forwards, backwards and by 10's, with these sweet gingerbread puzzles.

16 pages.

Practice and review all sorts of standards with these Itty Bitty accordion-folded books.  All strips are now traceable.

10 pages.

Practice and review all sorts of number patterns.  Choose if you want your students to work on counting from 1-20; counting backwards from 10 to 0 or 20 to 0; or skip counting by 2's, 3's, 5's, or 10's.

19 pages.

These gingerbread worksheets are perfect for practice, review, games, and whole-group assessing. Plug them into your Daily 5, sub folder, homework folder, or something for "early finishers" to do.

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