Run run as fast as you can, you can't catch a Gingerbread Man! Wow! Start the holiday season off with this adorable Gingerbread man in a bag mess-free Christmas craft activity! Perfect for young learners to create in an engaging way while learning all about color mixing. Grab an ziplock bag, some paint, glue, and some craft supplies, and get started now!
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A Gingerbread man in a bag is a fun and easy Christmas craft for kids using only a few supplies. All you need is paper, a Ziplock bag, paints, googly eyes, and pom-poms. Run, run, run as fast as you can, let’s make a gingerbread man!
Start by folding a piece of white paper in half and drawing half of a gingerbread man outline. Cut along the line to create a full-sized gingerbread man. Next, place the blank gingerbread man into the Ziplock bag with a few different paint colors. Let students smoosh and press the paint around in the bag until a color consistency has been reached. Pull out the gingerbread man and complete the craft by adding eyes and buttons with pom-poms. Your little ones are sure to love this process art activity for Christmas!
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