Gingerbread Characters Printable

I created this free printable to go with the story of The Gingerbread Man.

The first page has pictures of characters and animals, some are from the story and some are not.

The second page is a t-chart that has picture cues at the top to support non-readers.

gingerbread characters printable

Gingerbread Printable

Students can cut out the pictures of the characters and glue them to the correct side of the t-chart. This activity can be used to assess beginning comprehension skills as well as following directions and cutting.

gingerbread character printable
Click on the picture above to get your copy!

gingerbread sorting activity
I’m always on the lookout for anything gingerbread man related so I was super excited when I discovered Kraft Gingerbread Mallows at the grocery store last week.

I used the Gingerbread and Holiday Mallows to create two fun activities for my Gingerbread Math packet.

The activity pictured directly above is sorting and the one below is graphing.

gingerbread graphing activity

More Gingerbread Resources:
Best Gingerbread Books for Kids
How to Make a Gingerbread Baby House
Gingerbread Pocket Chart Game

Gingerbread Activities on Pinterest
Follow my Gingerbread board on Pinterest for more great ideas!

About Vanessa Levin

Vanessa is the creator of Pre-K Pages and author of the book A Fabulous First Year and Beyond: A Practical Guide for Pre-K and Kindergarten Teachers. She has more than two decades of teaching experience and enjoys helping kids and teachers through her professional development sessions. Follow Vanessa on Facebook, Google +, Twitter and Pinterest.

Comments

  1. Aw this is fab! I am new to this page – just found d your facebook page and linked to here but will def be signing up for newsletter! The kids where I work absolutely adore this story so this will make a great follow up activity.

    Thank you so much for sharing :)

  2. You probably do NOT realize how excited I get when I open my mail and find an activity that I can use immediately from you!! THIS IS FANTASTIC!!! Thank you! Thank you!!

  3. Thank you!

  4. You are making my MONTH! I’ve been gearing up to search for more gingerbread unit resources, and voila! You beat me to it and have awesome ideas! Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing your ideas and your work with us. Your creativity inspires me, my teaching practice improves, and my students benefit from your generosity!

    • Wow Sayde, thank you so much for your kind and inspiring words! It’s visitors like you that keep me motivated to create more :)

  5. I too LOVE the gingerbread theme. Our holiday party has evolved into a parent meeting in which the speaker is from Habitat for Humanity to explain to my parents how to get a home from them. Then we all make gingerbread houses. A wonderful family experience.

    • That is a fantastic way to tie in gingerbread to a very meaningful family activity, kudos! Your students are very lucky to have you as a teacher!

  6. I love the gingerbread man printables and ordered both the literacy and math packets. I will be all set to go back to school after the Thanksgiving break with some very engaging activities. What a lifesaver for what can be a very hectic time of year. Thanks!

    • I’m so glad I could help Diane! You are very welcome and thank you for your order. Hang in there!

  7. yolanda conwell says:

    I would like the free printable…I love this website!

    • Hi Yolanda, Thanks for stopping by, I’m glad you like the site. Just click on the white picture with the red border to download the free printable.

  8. I would love the Gingerbread character printable! Thank you so much.

  9. Wow! Another great idea! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

  10. Kim Isaac says:

    Yes!!! Love the printables and your website!

  11. Barb Taylor says:

    Cute printables. Please send me a copy! Just what I was searching for.

    • Thanks for stopping by Barb, glad you like the printable. To download it just click on the white picture in the post.

  12. Thanks a bunch! I got the gingerbread graphing activity idea from your blog and it received the most clicks on this linky party: http://www.playingwithwords365.com/2011/12/thrifty-thursday-linky-party-2/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=thrifty-thursday-linky-party-2

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