Teacher's Guide to Jan Brett's Gingerbread Friends

Teacher's Guide to Jan Brett's Gingerbread Friends
In Gingerbread Friends, Jan Brett's companion book to Gingerbread Baby, you'll find more irresistible images and fun adventures of the Gingerbread Baby. Confident and cocky, he happens upon a bakery, where he tries to make friends with a sugar cookie girl. She just stares and doesn't say a word, like all the other sweet treats he tries to meet. Discouraged, the Gingerbread Baby runs home – chased by a long line of hungry creatures – where he is surprised by enough gingerbread friends to fill a giant fold-out page! This printable guide allows you to teach this cute children's story in your classroom, utilizing skills from across the curriculum.

Grade Levels: Pre-K - 1

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