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Your students are going to love the gingerbread activities for Kindergarten included at this blog post! Great ideas you can use all December long are included! Click through to see the great FREE downloads, book ideas, and activities! You'll find ideas for lowercase letters, short word families, counting, numbers to 20, center activities, great resources, and MORE! Your Kinder classroom and homeschool students will have a great time with the freebies!
Add our Gingerbread Christmas Tree Sandwiches to your cookie-baking tradition. They’re fun to make and even more fun to serve up at your Christmas parties this season. Use a cookie cutter to shape your dough, then bake until crisp. Let your cookies cool, then scoop mint chocolate chip ice cream on the undersides. Top with another cookie and use a spatula to cut off excess ice cream. Store in the freezer until you’re ready to serve. Shop for everything you need at your Publix.
Have your kids make this cute “Five Senses of Christmas” flip book any time during the month of December! (Note: I have included a “Five Senses of the Holidays” flip book as well so you can have a choice of which to use in your particular classroom.) This activity is great to get your children brainstorming all the different things that they like to taste, hear, smell, feel, and see during the Christmas season!