Favorite Christmas and Gingerbread Toys For Preschool, Pre-k, and Kindergarten
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Check out my favorite Christmas and gingerbread toys for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students. These are perfect for a winter, Christmas, gingerbread, or sweets theme! I love to transform my classroom all year long but I find it to be easier during my Christmas or gingerbread theme to find materials and props.
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Favorite Christmas and Gingerbread Toys
Count down to Christmas with this wooden Advent calendar. It is durable and perfect for little hands to explore numbers, counting down, and the Christmas season.
Put these candy-themed building supplies in your block or STEM area during a gingerbread or sweets theme. Students can explore and construct with a fun festive theme.
Place this in your dramatic play area during your Christmas theme for a festive addition to your bakery or kitchen area.
This adorable Christmas cookie set is so much fun, and your little learners are going to love it! They can make cookies that are festive and decorated for the holiday season.
Grab this Lego Duplo set for your young children to build and create during the Christmas season. The pieces are large, so they are safer for little learners.
Mini erasers are always a manipulative in my classroom, and I just love this Christmas set! It would work for Christmas, snowman, gingerbread, or a winter theme.
Set out some cute Christmas pop its for fine motor fun! Students can sort, count, or decorate with manipulatives while building fine motor strength.
I love this set of smaller stuffies for the holiday season. You can have one or all of these friends come visit your classroom. These are also great for use as characters while reading books.
If you can’t have a real Christmas tree in your room, you can always try this felt tree. Students will love to decorate it over and over again!
Big enough for students to crawl in and play while also decorating and making beautiful for the classroom.
Have students work on spatial recognition, shapes, and problem-solving skills while they complete this gingerbread house floor puzzle.
I use these mini gingerbread ornaments for manipulatives on the light table, play dough trays, sensory bins, math and literacy games, and more! They are also great in a STEM or block area.
More of my Favorite Christmas and Gingerbread TOys
I love these light bulb pieces for the light table or other small manipulatives. They are so pretty on the light table, and I love that they come in so many colors.
Your little learners will love this Santa train set. They can pretend and build around it while at the block or STEM area.
These beads can be used for more than snowflakes, but that is what I call them in the winter months. They are so pretty on the light table, too!
These gingerbread house sticker scenes are great to keep in your cabinet for indoor recess, table time, or during your holiday party.
These Christmas glasses would be great for your holiday party, dramatic play area, or as a student gift idea. They are silly and will bring some holiday happiness to your students.
Give students this simple puzzle during the Christmas season. Puzzles are great for little learners to practice spatial awareness, moving shapes around, and problem solving.
This Little People Nativity set is so cute and durable. It will last your class for many years as you celebrate the arrival of Jesus.
Grinch Toys and Tools
If you are doing a Grinch theme, check out some of these fun toys. These can even be incorporated with some of my favorite Christmas and gingerbread toys from above.
Grinch Magnatiles for a fun building manipulative in your preschool room.
Grab this set of Grinch figures for your theme, too. They are small, so keep that in mind.
These Grinch and Max stufffies are perfect for storytime while reading the book or snuggling while watching the movie.
Create faces on your favorite Grinch characters. These would be great for a holiday party, table time, early finisher activity, or indoor recess activity.
I hope this round-up of my favorite Christmas and gingerbread toys is just what you need to have a wonderful holiday season in your classroom. What are your favorite Christmas and gingerbread toys to use in the classroom? Be sure to check out my other resources to help you out during this very busy time! Click on the images below to see the posts and resources!
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