Keep your kids motivated to read during the busy holidays with these free Gingerbread Man printable bookmarks!
Available in two varieties (color and black-and-white), you can use them in so many ways.
Find out more and how to get your Gingerbread Man printable bookmarks today.
Wonderful Ways to Enjoy Holiday Reading With Kids
Holiday-themed books are special ways to enjoy the season.
My five boys and I love to snuggle up with a pile of Christmas books to read aloud and discuss. Each boy has their favorite book so we take turns reading from each selection.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Classic Seuss)The Night Before ChristmasPolar Express 30th anniversary editionStick ManWho’s That Knocking on Christmas Eve?The Wild Christmas ReindeerGingerbread Baby
Some of those holiday tales are a bit long for one storytime seating. So, we wanted fun ways to keep our place until our next holiday reading!
Xman (5) loves the Gingerbread Man tale. After reading a few variations, he suggested making some bookmarks with gingerbread themes. I added reminders of the awesomeness of reading 😉
Fun Ideas for Using These Free Gingerbread Man Printable Bookmarks
These free Gingerbread Man printable bookmarks are perfect for:
You can use them as party favors or as something special to tuck into a folder. The coloring variation is a fabulous activity for a holiday-themed party or to extend the learning fun after reading a gingerbread man story.
Oh, and why not celebrate National Gingerbread House Day on December 12!
To make them more sturdy, I suggest that you laminate your Gingerbread Man printable bookmarks.
Punch a hole in the top of your bookmark and add decorative ribbon or yarn for a festive touch.
Get Your Free Gingerbread Man Printable Bookmarks
This free set includes two pages of Gingerbread Man bookmarks.
One page is for holiday coloring fun. The other page is ready to laminate and use.
The bookmarks feature Gingerbread Man and friends with fun reading quotes.
Please print out as many copies of these bookmarks as you need for your family, class, or community center. If you have a friend or co-worker who might like to use these bookmarks for holiday reading fun, please share the link to this post. Thanks so much for your cooperation and sharing!
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Hope you and your kids enjoy these bookmarks. What are your favorite holidays books? Wishing you tons of holiday fun with your kids!