Are you looking for Gingerbread Man Activities for your kids? They are sure to love using these Gingerbread Man Tracing Worksheets this holiday season! They can trace over the lines with a marker or use play dough to “ice” the cookie.
Gingerbread Man Tracing Worksheets For Pre-Writing:
Before pre-writers can learn how to form and write the letters, they need to practice using writing tools and develop their pencil grip. They also need to work on making basic pre-writing strokes including straight lines, curved lines, zig-zags, and shapes which are the building blocks for letter formation.
Pre-writing activities like these tracing worksheets are also a great way for kids to develop their fine motor skills, hand muscle strength, and much more.
Why Are Fine Motor Skills Important?
From holding a pencil to turning the pages in a book, kids use their fine motor skills everyday as they are learning to read and write. The development of the small muscles in the hands and fingers in coordination with the eyes is important in not only children’s learning but also in their everyday life.
Getting Ready To Use The Gingerbread Man Tracing Worksheets:
- 10 Gingerbread Man Tracing Worksheets (5 in black and white & 5 in color)
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Crayons or Markers
- Dry Erase Markers (optional)
- Dry Erase Pockets (optional)
- Play Dough (optional)
To prepare this pre-writing activity, fill out the form below to get the printables in your inbox. After receiving the email, download and print the worksheets. If you want your kids to reuse these preschool worksheets, place each one in a dry erase pocket, page protector, or laminate the printables.
How To Use The Gingerbread Man Tracing Worksheets:
To begin using this tracing activity, your pre-writers will select a worksheet. They will then use a brown (or any color) crayon or marker to trace over the lines to create the gingerbread man’s frosting.
To turn this pre-writing activity into a sensory activity, have your kids cover the lines with white play dough or glue. If you laminate the worksheets or place them in dry erase pockets, your kids can use a dry erase marker to trace over the lines.
These Gingerbread Man Tracing Worksheets are a engaging and entertaining way for pre-writers to work on writing strokes and pencil grip. Your kids will also be developing fine motor skills, hand muscle strength, and more as they trace the lines.
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