Gingerbread Preschool Worksheets and Activities No Prep
The Gingerbread Preschool Worksheets and Activities No Prep packet contains a collection of worksheets suitable for use with children in Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten.
Gingerbread Preschool Literacy Worksheets:
- Gingerbread Letters in My Name
Children color the gingerbread people that contain the letters in their names.
- Gingerbread Cutting Practice
Children will cut along the dashed lines.
- Gingerbread Cut and Paste Fun (2 pages)
Children will cut out the items and paste them on another piece of paper to make the gingerbread boy or girl.
- Gingerbread Pre-Writing Practice (2 pages)
Children will follow the path from one side of the page to the other.
- Gingerbread Tracing Fun (5 pages)
Children will trace along the dashed lines and then color the picture.
- Alphabet Tracing (5 pages)
Children will trace both upper and lower case letters and color the pictures.
- Gingerbread House and Man Alphabet Matching (5 pages)
Children will color the gingerbread man with the lower case letter that matches the upper case letter on the gingerbread house.
- Gingerbread Alphabet sequence (2 pages)
Children will trace the letters then write the ones that are missing.
- Gingerbread House Beginning Sounds (7 pages)
Children will cut and paste the pictures under the gingerbread house with the matching letter.
- Gingerbread Syllables
Children will color the number that shows how many syllables for each word.
- Gingerbread House Rhyming Words
Children will draw a line to match the two pictures that rhyme.
- Gingerbread CVC Words
Children will color the picture that matches the word.
- Gingerbread Sight Words (5 pages)
Materials needed: bingo dabbers and colored pencils/crayons/markers
Children will use the sight word code to color the picture.
- Making Gingerbread Men (color and B&W) with comprehension questions
Children will read the reader and answer the comprehension questions. Two options of the comprehension page are included: one with picture support and one without.
Gingerbread Preschool Math Worksheets:
- Gingerbread What is Different?
Children will circle the picture that is different in each row.
- Gingerbread What Doesn’t Belong?
Children will circle the picture that doesn’t belong in each row.
- Gingerbread Cookies Sorting (plain cookies/cookies with icing)
Children will cut out the items from the bottom of the page and paste them in the correct box.
- Baking Gingerbread Men Sequencing
Children will cut out the pictures from the side of the page and paste them in order.
- Gingerbread House Read and Color
Children will color the picture following the instructions at the bottom the page.
- Gingerbread Patterns (AB)
Children will cut out the pictures from the bottom of the page and paste them in the correct box to complete each pattern.
- Gingerbread Men Number Tracing (2 pages)
Children will trace the numbers and color the pictures.
- Gingerbread House Gumdrops Number Match (2 pages)
Children will cut out the numbers from the side of the page and paste them in the correct boxes.
- Gingerbread Boys and Girls Sense Match (5 pages)
Children will cut out the different number representations and paste them in the correct boxes.
- Gingerbread Missing Numbers
Children will trace the numbers and write the ones that are missing to complete the sequence.
- Gingerbread Number Order (2 pages)
Children will cut out the puzzle strips from the bottom of the page and paste them in order to reveal the picture.
- Gingerbread Count and Graph
Children count how many of each and complete the graph.
- Gingerbread Man Prepositions
Children will color the preposition that shows the position of the gingerbread man.
- Gingerbread Baking Weight Order
Children will cut and paste the items for lightest to heaviest.
- Gingerbread People Height Order
Children will cut and paste the gingerbread people from smallest to biggest.
- Gingerbread House Shapes
Children will use the code to color the picture.
- My 5 Senses when baking gingerbread.
Children will draw a picture to show what they see, hear, touch, smell, taste when baking gingerbread.