Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, Holidays & Seasons, Math
Product Type: Other, Printable
Looking for some educational, holiday fun? If you are looking for a fun and engaging way to reinforce counting skills then look no further! This fun and engaging math project is a great way to practice those ever important counting skills all while adding some fun, holiday creativity to your lesson! Students will practice their counting skills while designing their own gingerbread house!
Who is it for?
Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds)
1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
In this.pdf download you receive everything you need to have your children or students create their own gingerbread house! This math project is designed to help students recognize numbers to 20 and practice counting all while using their creativity to design a gingerbread house. This project is ready to print, copy and use.
Also included are instructions for different ways you can use this project at your home or classroom. Option 1 allows you to give the child a packet that includes everything they need to count, color, cut and design. Option 2 gives you full pages masters which are perfect for classroom use. Option 3 requires very few copies and provides you with patterns to create tracers for your children or students. This option adds an additional fine motor element with the child doing the tracing of the shapes.
Don't stop with the gingerbread house! Ideas for extension activities you can do to extend your child's learning after completing this project are also included. Extension activity ideas included for writing, literacy and just plain fun!
This is a perfect activity for the last week of school before holiday break -or- for the kids to do at home during the holiday break. This activity is sure to keep them busy for quite a while! Kid tested and teacher approved!
Hi, my name is Amy and I am the teacher behind Teaching in Blue Jeans. As a teacher turned homeschooling mom, I believe in using a multi-sensory approach to help my students learn and understand new concepts. As the Mom of a child with learning disabilities, I take these same approaches home with me to help my son reinforce his learning. Whether you are a school teacher, homeschooling mom or dad, or a parent looking for extra resources for their child my goal is to provide you with high quality educational resources that are easy for you to prepare and use that will make learning fun and engaging for your kids!