A "How-to" Lesson for the The Gingerbread Man Loose in the School

Unit 8: A Dozen Gingerbread Treats
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Objective: SWBAT use a part of a story to create a piece of informational "How-to" writing. SWBAT follow a rebus recipe. Student Objective: I can read and follow a recipe to make a gingerbread cookie and then write down the directions.

Big Idea: Learning to follow directions is an essential skill needed for success in school as well as in life. Through participation in this lesson, kindergartners will learn the importance of following directions in a specified sequence.

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