Gingerbread Week in Kindergarten is absolutely magical.  The kids love it, and I love integrating the theme into reading, writing, math, and fine motor activities.  In this post, I’ll share my favorite Gingerbread Week Activities including centers, bulletin boards, and more.

Gingerbread Men Make Ten

Let’s begin with one of my top-selling holiday resources – Gingerbread Men Make Ten!  This resource includes craft templates, bulletin board letters, and options for either a math or writing activity.  Meaningful math meets art in this fun and engaging lesson!Gingerbread Man Craft Bulletin Board

Oh, Snap!  Smart Cookies Bulletin Board or Door Decor

Next on the list is this “Oh Snap!” Gingerbread Themed Bulletin Board or Door Decor.  My kinders noticed this new bulletin board right away when they entered the classroom on Monday.  It comes with all you see here.  There is also an option for “We are smart cookies” wording.  As a bonus, you’ll also get gingerbread coloring sheets PLUS blank Gingerbread for your students to decorate.

Gingerbread Centers

Last, but not least, I am beyond excited to share my brand new Gingerbread Centers with you!  I’ve been working on these for awhile, and they have been a hit in Kindergarten.  There are over 10 center options to create using the resources in this file.  From Write the Room, Memory Games, Letter Match-Up, Pocket Chart Word Building, Built It with Ten Frames, Fine Motor Math, and so much more.  Take a look at how I’ve been using these in Kindergarten…

The Gingerbread Week Bundle

All of the resources shown above may be purchased separately, or you can save with the Gingerbread Bundle!

Gingerbread Sweater

After posting this on social media, I had requests for the link to my sweater.  CLICK HERE for my affiliate link to this adorable Gingerbread Sweater Dress from Amazon!


I hope this post has inspired you to give Gingerbread Week a try in your own classroom.  If you try any of the above activities, I would love to hear from you!  Happy Holidays