Could this be our prettiest Christmas scrapbook paper design? The gingerbread houses are just gorgeous and the colours of this paper are gentle. You will need the password ActivityVillage.co.uk for this pdf file.
Have some fun with these gingerbread printables - at Christmas, or perhaps when reading the story of the gingerbread man!
The Christmas treats on this poster look simply delicious. Hot chocolate with marshmallows and some pretty gingerbread biscuits - yum! A perfect poster for Christmas themes and craft projects.
Print out two little Christmas word jigsaws, holly and gingerbread, and then cut on the wavy lines. it is great word-building practice to put them back together again!
This gingerbread man complete the picture puzzle will be quite a challenge with all of his icing decorations to copy. Give it a go and if you enjoy it there are lots of other Christmas complete the picture activities to try.
There is something very Christmassy about gingerbread so we couldn't leave it out of our Christmas acrostic poems set - although at 11 letters long, it's going to be a challenge!
Gingerbread is part of Christmas these days, and it's a challenging word to write with lots of letter practice. Make learning the word fun with our finger tracing worksheet.
Trace and copy the word "gingerbread", then colour in our little gingerbread man! This is a fun worksheet for Christmas, or perhaps when enjoying the story about the little gingerbread man!
Have you ever tried to make a gingerbread house at Christmas? They're good fun to make, and even better to eat later! If yours gets eaten very quickly, you can print off our poster to display instead...
Everyone loves a gingerbread house at Christmas and now you can make your own craft version! Print onto some card, cut out and fold along the lines. Glue along the tabs to make the house, then fold and glue the roof to the back.
We have 3 versions of this tasty gingerbread man dot to dot - a fun way for children to practice their counting skills or their lower or upper case alphabet. When they've finished they can colour him in.
Kids can have fun putting together this cute little gingerbread man jigsaw! It's a snap to make -just print and then cut out using one of our cutting guides. You will need our jigsaw instructions and cutting templates.
Print this cute gingerbread man lacing card onto card, cut out, laminate and punch holes. Use shoelaces or brightly coloured wool to practice sewing through the holes.
Icing gingerbread men is so much fun - and now, even if you can't make a real one, you can have fun decorating one with our gingerbread man playdough mat! Laminate it so you can use over and over again.
Print this fun Christmas poster of a gingerbread man to display or perhaps use as a cut-out in Christmas projects.
Whether for Christmas or the poem and story of the gingerbread man, this little poster is fun to display or use in crafts or other projects.
Here's a fun way to draw a gingerbread man - using symmetry! Mirror the picture on the left half of the line over to the right, and you will have a complete gingerbread man to colour in.
Children can trace over the lines in these pretty pictures - of a gingerbread man and a gingerbread house - as a fun way of practising pencil control. They could use a mixture of colour pens, or trace in black and then colour the pictures in.
Print out our gingerbread poster at Christmas to use in your displays, then maybe make your own gingerbread too? Yum!
This is a long word to trace, so there's lots of handwriting practice involved. And the kids can colour in our gingerbread man when they've finished.