This was our gingerbread story chart. We compared four different stories. Some of my students used this chart to help them create Venn Diagrams about two different stories.
This is our classroom bulletin board in the hallway. We share it with the fabulous first grade class next door! These cute gingerbread men are covered in glitter, chocolate chips, and sequins!
Here is a new packet for Gingerbread Doubles! Make sure to click below on the picture and get your copy. This packet has numbers through 30 and includes activity sheets for doubles, doubles plus one, and doubles minus one! I hope your student's will enjoy the gingerbread activities as much as mine have!
On another note...Our Elf on the Shelf arrived on Wednesday and the students named him Elfie. Coming in at a close second was the name Tootie! I am glad that Elfie won! He seems to be working, so far that is! Our windows are also decorated with stockings. The students hang their stockings and each great day that the student has he/she gets a sticker on the stocking. It is each child's goal to get as many stickers as possible. It is definitely motivational, as the students have been counting their stickers all week! (We only started this on Monday!)
Take a look at Elfie. You may have to look closely, but he is in the Kermit stocking!
Happy Holidays to you and your classrooms!