It’s wintertime…is your home smelling like cookies?
One popular type of cookie during the holiday season are gingerbread man cookies! They’re cute, fun to decorate, and delicious!
If your kids can’t get enough of them, they’ll want to try out these free gingerbread man worksheets.
They’re an easy, no-prep learning activity that can be done at home or at school.
They can help kids practice handwriting, recognize the letter G, and improve their scissors skills. They’re great for preschool, pre k, and kindergarten children.
Download, print, and get started!
Also, be sure to browse through all of our gingerbread man activities for kids for more festive ideas.
Preschool Gingerbread Man Printables
Inside this worksheet set, we’ve included the following sheets:
- Gingerbread handwriting page
- Label a gingerbread man page
- Letter G maze
These worksheets are such a great practice for young kids!
Gingerbread Handwriting Worksheet
Do you need a simple way to help your kids improve their handwriting skills? This gingerbread handwriting sheet is simple and fits perfectly in with the holiday season.
Kids can trace over the word gingerbread, plus practice capital and lowercase letter g.
Don’t forget you can easily reuse this printable by either laminating it or slipping it inside a plastic page protector and then use a dry erase marker to practice. It’s great for turning into a 3 ring binder for kids too!
Label A Gingerbread Man Worksheet
This type of worksheet is always our favorite because they’re so cute and more interactive.
First, kids can color in the gingerbread man any way they want. After that, kids will work on scissors skills as they cut out the rectangles at the bottom of the page.
Next, let them glue them in the correct box to label the different parts on a gingerbread man!
G Letter Maze
It will help kids with fine motor skills, but also help them learn to recognize the letter g.
Christmas Unit For Kids
Keep the kids engaged and learning by creating a Christmas unit around these gingerbread man worksheets. Read on below for our top ideas.
First, let’s start with books. Reading aloud to your kids is a fabulous way to introduce a new theme, plus it helps them learn to recognize words and improve their vocabulary. It’s also fun!
Below are some of the top Christmas books to read to your kids!
Dasher: This wonderfully illustrated Christmas book for kids gives you the back story on one of Santa’s favorite reindeer, Dasher! Girls will especially love to read this since Dasher is a girl.
Construction Site On Christmas Night: Fans of the fun characters of the construction site books have to add this Christmas-themed story to their collection. See how the trucks get ready for Christmas!
How To Catch An Elf: Kids everywhere love the silliness of this Christmas story. The rhymes and the illustrations will draw the kids in as well. This is a Christmas book kids will want to read every year!
You can’t let the holiday season go by without doing some (or lots!) of Christmas crafts. Below are some of our favorite ones:
- Free Printable Buddy the Elf Craft
- Handprint Reindeer Card Craft
- Snowman Paper Plate Craft
- Grinch Craftivity
Use these Christmas do a dot printables to help kids work on fine motor skills, counting, visual discrimination, and more. They’re a fun learning activity for preschool, pre k, and kindergarten children.
Print out these free reindeer coloring pages for the kids to use whenever they have some downtime. They’ll not only have fun but also strengthen the muscles in the hands which will help with handwriting skills!
Want a simple STEM activity for young kids? Try out these Christmas pattern block mats! They’ll help kids with fine motor skills and simple math concepts like shape recognition and patterns.