Here is an amazing way for your little ones to learn and practice standard K.OA.3 composing and decomposing math skills with the Gingerbread Theme. Get your Gingerbread Man House Math **FREEBIE** down below and start intentionally teaching with purpose and fun.


Starting with an anchor chart, draw a gingerbread house with peppermints along roofline. Printable peppermints are included for your anchor chart. Peppermints need to be 2 different colors such as red and green. Teachers can then model the composing and decomposing skills for the students. Students have their own gingerbread houses to practice this composing and decomposing math skill. Includes numbers up to 10 for practice.

BONUS: Also includes gingerbread men with buttons for this same math skill.

Included in this **FREEBIE** activity:

Gingerbread House Anchor Chart Candy

Gingerbread Man Anchor Chart Buttons

Gingerbread House Template & 10 Candies

Gingerbread Man Template & 10 Buttons

@kindergarten_chaos

Who remembers the Turkey Feather Decomposing I shared a few weeks back?🙋🏻‍♀️Well…it’s Gingerbread House & Gingerbread Man composing & decomposing activities! 1️⃣Model with an anchor chart (shown above) 2️⃣Give students their own printable gingerbread house and candies to show what they know AND this one includes addition sentence strips!🤎Did I mention that this is a freebie?#kindergartenchaos #decemberactivities #handsonlearning #teachertips #kindergartenmath

♬ original sound – Kindergarten Chaos ✏️Abbie

The Gingerbread Man House Math **FREEBIE** is a perfect math composing and decomposing activity to use for the weeks between Thanksgiving and Winter break. Both teachers and students will have fun with this engaging and effective festive activity for teaching and practicing the composing/decomposing math skill.


Don’t forget the many other Gingerbread Themed Activities available from Kindergarten Chaos. Check out the KC store as well as below.


Go to “Gingerbread Activities For Little Learners” and “Gingerbread Sensory Bin Task Cards For Little Learners” for more exciting ideas and activities for your little learners.


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