Sunday, November 27, 2011

A Taste of Gingerbread: Pinterest Style

I am a big beleiver in the old saying: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words. Yesterdays post caused me some anxiety because I didn't have any pictures to share. Have no fear: Pinterest to the rescue! So for all you visual people (like me!)- a little taste of gingerbread from some fabulous teachers (not me!). Check out their blogs by clicking on the links below the picture!
Gingerbread Adjectives- Babbling Abby

Cute bulletin board- sorry no website for this one! Can anyone claim this?

Comparing Stories- Babbling Abby

Another Chart Comparing Stories- Deanna Jump

Soggy Cookie Experiment from her Gingerbread TpT unit- Deanna Jump

Very Cute Over Sized Gingerbread Houses- Sweet Week

Literacy Recipe Cards-Kids follow directions to make felt cookie- Mrs. Attaya

Sound cards so kids can get in the action when you're reading the story (every time you say old man, the kids say, "Oh No!". It would be fun with motions too)- Mrs. Attaya

Cute Gingerbread Town- First Grade Parade

Story Analysis from her Gingerbread TpT unit- Deanna Jump

Gingerbread Town using milk cartons- Mrs. Attaya

Oh so much fun!! Can't wait to get started!


  1. Where did you find the oversize gingerbread houses? Very cute! Is there a pattern?

  2. @Jennie Jensen- The link to the picture was just a photo album. I think making a pattern would be pretty easy though, and it appears that they used Die Cuts for a lot of it (Christmas Tree, Candy Cane, and decorations).