The Gingerbread Girl by Lisa Campbell Ernst
The Gingerbread Pirates by Kristin Kladstrup
Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett
The Gingerbread Cowboy by Janet Squires
Gingerbread Man & House Toast – Toast 2 slices of bread. Use gingerbread man and house cookie cutters to cut out shapes from the toast. Spread peanut butter on each shape.
Chocolate Gingerbread Rice Krispies Treats – Heat butter and marshmallows in microwave on high for 3 minutes. Stir after 2 minutes. Add cereal. Stir until well coated. Using cooking spray or wax paper, press cereal mixture into cookie cutters. Cool on wax paper. Decorate with icing and candy eyes.
Graham Cracker Gingerbread House – (This activity doubled as a fine motor and snack activity from earlier.) “Glue” graham crackers to the sides of an empty milk carton using white icing to form a house. Use red, green, and white icing and assorted candy to decorate the house.
Snack Mix Gingerbread House – Use pretzel sticks to form a house shape on a plate. Add mini marshmallows, M&Ms and cereal to decorate your house.
This frosting dough is so easy to make and smells super yummy! Mix 1 cup chocolate frosting and 3 cups powdered sugar in a stand mixer. Add powdered sugar gradually. Add a bit more or less sugar until your dough isn’t sticky. Use gingerbread cookie cutters and buttons to make gingerbread men.
To make this slime: Pour 6 oz. of clear glue into a bowl and mix with brown food coloring. Add ½ Tbsp baking soda and mix. Add 1 ¼ Tbsp. contact lens solution. Mix until slime forms. If mixture is too sticky add more contact solution. Then I added buttons and cookie cutters for Madelynn to use for exploring
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