It can be used as a homeschool, K-3rd grade.
Most commonly used for Kindergarten and First-Grade students.
Included: PDF, 14 Pages
The adorable Paper Bag Gingerbread Houses make a festive and fun way to enjoy Christmas with the kids. These are quick and easy to prepare. Only you will need to make them: brown paper or white paper lunch bags, newspaper or towels. Click on PREVIEW to get a better view of what is included.
These gingerbread houses are very time-consuming to make. I like to finish this project in two days because it requires a lot of color and careful cutting. Day 1:Students can choose the roof design and color they want, and then cut them out. Attach the windows and door to the bag. The roof can be stored in the bag for tomorrow.These are the instructions. Day 2:The students will colour, cut and glue all of the decorations to their gingerbread houses. After you’re done, cut a sheet of newspaper/paper towel into small pieces and place it in your bag. Finally, staple the sides together. To use the bag as a gift bag simply put the item inside, then staple the top. It’s so easy and adorable!
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Keywords: gingerbread house craft, Christmas craft
This was such a fun activity for the students to complete right before winter break! They loved having the ability to choose which design they could use on their house. The directions were very straight forward and easy to understand!
Simple project for 6th grade but my students loved it. The more artistic ones used the worksheets for inspiration while my less artistic students still had a beautiful house.