Fun and Easy Gingerbread Crafts and Activities

Print and Go Gingerbread Craft Activities

Do your kids love baking and want to try making some gingerbread cookies and you are short on time or out of ingredients? Try having them make Gingerbread Glyphs! Your students and children use these print and go gingerbread craft activities to build listenings skills, learn to follow directions, work on fine motor skills, and be able to make an adorable gingerbread glyph for your Christmas and winter theme bulletin boards. These Gingerbread Winter Glyph print-and-go crafts are great for classroom Christmas parties, your Gingerbread Men and Women Units, learning about the origin of Gingerbread from Germany, and classroom centers. 
These Gingerbread Glyphs provide several ways to turn crafts into an educational day! Students will need to answer questions by listening and following directions before they are given either a Gingerbread Man or Gingerbread Girl. Once they've answered the questions, your students will use the Gingerbread Glyph to follow the directions to decorate their Gingerbread person. These Gingerbread  Crafts and Glyphs give students practice with 2D shapes, fine motor skills, listening and following directions, and creates the cutest December holiday Bulletin Board! The printable patterns are the perfect size for PreK, Kindergarten, and First Grade students to make their own Gingerbread Boy or Gingerbread Girl.

These gingerbread printable craft activities can even be used for students to give as gifts to their parents, friends, and loved ones this holiday seasons. 

Having Print and Go Christmas crafts and activities ready and available to use in December will save you time and take some of your stress away during this busy time of year!

These gingerbread printable craft glyphs are great for homeschoolers, classroom centers, decorating bulletin boards, listening skills, teaching the importance of following directions, and perfect for all your Christmas crafts and activities throughout the month of December! 


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