# 6 Fun Gingerbread Man Math Activities | Free Worksheets

These gingerbread man math activities will help to visualize and understand counting and number systems. 1st-grade students will learn basic math methods and can improve their basic math skills with our free printable Gingerbread Man math activities with worksheets.

## Color Gingerbread Man by Number

By following these steps, you can help your students develop their color recognition and number skills while having fun coloring a delicious gingerbread man.

• Start by providing a coloring sheet of a gingerbread man with numbers on each section of his body and a list of colors.
• Introduce the concept of color coding by explaining to your students that each number corresponds to a specific color.
• For example, the eyes are written with the code 6, and the color code of 6 is white, so the eyes will be white.

## Counting the Gingerbread Man with Math Activities

By following these steps, you can count gingerbread men while having fun.

• The numbers will be written on the right side of the worksheet.

Provide a worksheet of the gingerbread man with numbers written on them. Add up the task cards and write the answer on the worksheet.

• If a student chooses two cards of numbers 5 and 5, she will add the number, such as 5+5, and the answer will be 10.

## Cut and Paste Activity: Gingerbread Man Subtracting

Divide the worksheet into two parts.

• Draw some gingerbread men with some subtracting math problems on one part.
• Write the answers on the other part of the worksheet.
• Then, cut the correct answer and stick it under the problem.
• If a student chooses a gingerbread man with a problem of 7-5, she will stick to answer 2.

This worksheet contains lots of multiplication.

• Count the buttons of each gingerbread man.
• Write the numbers and then, multiply.
• Such as in the first problem, the first gingerbread man has 5 buttons and the second one has 5 buttons.
• Write and multiply the numbers. The answer is 25.

## Gingerbread Man Division Word Problem

Students must understand the meaning of the problem, recognize the key points, and use mathematical principles to solve word problems.

I used to ask them a question about the division, and then they would solve the problems.