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Gingerbread Man Thematic Unit A five-day thematic unit for grades Pre-K-2. Includes printable worksheets. http://www.kidzone.ws/thematic/gingerbread/
The Kindergarten Connection: The Gingerbread Man An Integrated Unit Not only does it provide language arts and math curriculum for lesson plans, it links to an order page where additional gingerbread man units, games, and stamps may be purchased. http://www.kconnect.com/kc-integrated.html
Jim Aylesworth Page: Classroom Connections Discusses very briefly some possible classroom activities for using his book. The best part of this site is that it provides a worthwhile bibliography of other versions of The Gingerbread Boy.
Hubbard’s Cupboard: The Gingerbread Man Provides activities for five days of large group activities
. The best part of this site is it provides
numerous links to other sites including other gingerbread man units, masks to make, and a downloadable booklet. h t t p : / / w w w . h u b b a r d s c u p b o a r d . o r g / t h e _ g i n g e r b r e a d _ m a n . h t m l
Jan Brett's Gingerbread Projects Go to activities and then scroll down to find projects on gingerbread. Includes recipes, masks and parts to make the gingerbread baby’s house and an interactive gingerbread house. http://janbrett.com/activities_pages_projects.htm
The Gingerbread Man Provides recipes, activities, songs, a Spanish text for the story, links to other sites and more. http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Fields/7444/gingerbread_man.htm
KinderCorner: G is for Gingerbread While the website is not laid out well (you must scroll through the pages to see the activities), it still provides many good ideas for using the story in he classroom. http://www.kinderkorner.com/gingerbread.html