Put together a gingerbread man busy box for your little one to dress and decorate to their hearts content!
For this busy box I used:
- Felt(different colors)
- Mini pompoms
- Pipecleaner mouth
- Flip-top lunch box
I used a gingerbread man cookie cutter as a template to cut out the felt gingerbread man. Then, cut some felt clothes and other bits and bobs. This was added to the lunch box and a big piece of felt was added to the lid(like I did with all of our previous Felt Busy Boxes).
The idea is to “dress or decorate” the gingerbread cookie as desired. Here are just some ideas:
My almost 4-year-old had a blast dressing his gingerbread man. Great fun for while traveling or during quiet time!
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FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:
Gingerbread Math – Making Five // Mrs. Jones’ Creation Station
Gingerbread Pattern Cards // The STEM Laboratory
Science Christmas Ornaments: Long Lasting Gingerbread Ornaments // Schooling a Monkey
Initial Sound Gingerbread Puzzles // A Dab of Glue Will Do
Decorate a Gingerbread Man Art Activity // Mom Inspired Life
Gingerbread Addition Mats // The Kindergarten Connection
Gingerbread Coverall Games // Recipe for Teaching
Gingerbread Man Counting Cards // Sara J Creations
Gingerbread Pre-Writing Strips // Letters of Literacy
Gingerbread Clip Cards // Fun With Mama
Gingerbread 2D Shape Match and Count // Liz’s Early Learning Spot
Gingerbread Story Sequencing // DIY Farm Wife
Gingerbread Play Dough// Play and Learn Everyday
Gingerbread House Building STEM // Science Kiddo
Gingerbread Ten Frame Counting Mats // Modern Preschool
Gingerbread Man Busy Box // Teach Me Mommy
Gingerbread Man Sight Word Game // Playdough to Plato
Gingerbread Man Stamping // Simple Play Ideas
Gingerbread Number Line Addition to 12 // Fairy Poppins
Gingerbread Man Addition Cork Board Game // Adventures of Adam