We have a few Roll-a printable games on KiddyCharts, including others festive ones such as a Santa and an Angel, but today we are bringing you a slightly different game; a roll-a-gingerbread man game.
How to play the gingerbread man game
This is a really simple game to play, all you need is:
- Our templates, and accessories,
- A nice,
- A little bit of luck.
Every gingerbread man needs to be completed a few different accessories – starting from the top (!):
- Scarf or buttons, and
We think all the accessories are rather cute, don’t you?
And the gingerbread man does take shape after a few rolls as well – though he does look a little forlorn at first, without all his embellishments.
This is a great game for teaching a few different skills to toddlers, preschoolers, and even younger aged primary children, including:
- Matching skills,
- Mathematics, thanks to the dice which they need to count the spots on of course,
- Fine motor skills,
- Colours, and
- General problem solving and comprehension as well
Roll-a games are lovely little ideas for kids, and work so well both at home and in the classroom as a little treat. All of the ones that we have on the site are completely free, but if you do feel like being generous and donating to us, so we can keep giving these away, do help us. We will donate 80%+ profit to charity as well.
To download this, just click on the circular image below.
If you are looking for other printable games, we have got a few on the site for you to choose from, so why not take a look at them? Visit our shop as well where there are a couple we sell.
Other free games on the site are included below though, if you would rather check these out instead:
If you are after other games from sites other than KiddyCharts, we have a few options here for you too. Take a look when you have finished with us! 😂
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