decorated our hallway in keeping with our favorite Jan Brett story, The
I used plain brown paper and drew a simple house outline. You can use
brown butcher paper.
I used double sided tape to apply "snow" (this is the fake snow used under
Christmas trees -
you can also use the stuffing for pillows). The students made glittery
gumdrops, pattern candy
canes and coffee filter snowflakes to make our gingerbread house
the outside we had our very own gingerbread babies frolicking in the snow.
Make different colored gingerbread
houses and laminate on poster board.
Then die cut
coordinating gingerbread men and write children's names on
them. At circle, give
each child his/her gingerbread man
and have them find the corresponding house he/she belongs
foil for the background of your bulletin board (resembles a cookie sheet)
cut out gingerbread men using light brown construction paper and write
each child's name
on one. At the top of your bulletin board place the following saying, "
(your name) Batch"
out a supply of gingerbread shapes. Staple the shapes
onto a bulletin board to add a seasonal flair.
Sugar & Spice
each child use sequins, glitter glue, and other craft items to decorate a
gingerbread cookie cutout. Spread a little glue on the cutout and
then sprinkle a little
ground ginger onto the glue to add a touch of fragrance. Set the
cutout aside to dry.
Staple a large cookie jar shape onto a bulletin board. Add the
completed cookie cutouts to
the display, then on the cookie jar, add the title: HAVE A SUGAR AND SPICE