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Working on our Gingerbread Baby Lapbook
Quick tip

Print off lapbook pieces on
cardstock, especially if you
are working with younger
preschoolers. The pieces
will be more sturdy and
last if you are planning to
pull it out and use it again.
Of course, laminating is
always an added bonus!
Building our
gingerbread baby.
Making a gingerbread
baby craft.
Tracing color names and
practicing writing.
This is how we pieced our lapbook together.
Our lapbook is simply a file folder {no fancy
folding} and we used a glue stick to piece it
all together. We three hole punched it so it
would fit in a binder for storage.

Front cover: Our son wrote/traced his name
and we also had a summary {his words}
about the story.

Back cover: The gingerbread baby puzzle
is glued to the back of the folder. We played
the game a few times and then glued it in
place.

Inside: The mini books of Button Colors &
Eating the Gingerbread Baby as well as
pockets to store the ABC cards and
sequencing pieces. The strip at the top is to
sequence the pieces.

The pocket holds our gingerbread
sequencing pieces, the line tracing cards,
beginning word sound cards, and word
tracing cards.
Ready to make your own?
Other Resources
Putting it Together
~ Cindy @ Along the Way ~ Her gingerbread unit along
with a fun printable and great ideas

~
Homeschool Share ~ Gingerbread Baby unit for older kids

~
Jan Brett ~ coloring pages

~
Jan Brett ~ board game

~
Musings of Me ~ gingerbread printables
Let me know if you've used the Gingerbread Baby Pack
and blogged about it. I'd be happy to link up to you!
Gingerbread Baby in action!
Here are some families that have used the
Gingerbread Baby Preschool Pack and blogged
about it:

Books We Used
All of the printables that you will need to make
this lapbook are listed here on this page. We used
the book
Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett as the
basis for our learning, but there are other great
books that can be used also.

When we were done, we put all of our printables
in a file folder so that we could look at it later and
re-use some of the things that we printed off.
Print off as many {or as few}
of the printables from this
preschool pack as you would
like. Just have fun with your
kids and enjoy the process
together! Most graphics are
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