Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Holiday Cookie Party Recap

Before officially finishing up at school before the holidays, we had a great big holiday cookie party.  I shared my plans in this post, but I also promised to share photos from the party, so here they are!


For table activities we had cookie patterning, a freebie that I downloaded from Stuff from Steff.


I also made gingerbread play dough, and set out cookie cutters and rolling pins to encourage gingerbread cookie making! 


 The last of my table activities was my gingerbread lacing cookies (find out how to make these here).


While some of the kiddos were doing table activities, others were baking up a storm in the cookie shop dramatic play area (printables from Play to Learn Preschool, instructions for foam cookies here).





As the children worked independently, I got to spend a little one-on-one time with each of them. Together we made sprinkle-filled ornaments for their Christmas trees.



I made signs for each station so that parents could help out and easily know what the children were supposed to accomplish at each table.  You can download them here.

Now you can file all of these goodies away for next year, because I, for one, am ready to move past the holidays! Bring on the New Year!

1 comment:

  1. Cookie party! These types of parties are really good and décor you have used has made me fall in love with them. Our first anniversary is coming and we would be hosting a fun DIY party at garden venue New York. I am so glad to have décor inspirations here.

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