Sunday, October 16, 2022

Halloween Overload!!!

We love reading "Aaaarrgghh! Spider!" every October and this book companion is always a BIG hit! Plus it makes the cutest door and bulletin board decoration. It's always fun to see what the students come up with! You can find this activity HERE

Just two weeks until Halloween and here are five fun reading and writing activities to do over the next couple of weeks. 

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat - These adapted books pair perfectly with this fun read aloud series. These are also available in a BUNDLE of ten books. 

StoryMats - Visuals for retelling and sequencing a story. My students retell percentage has drastically increased since starting StoryMats. There are four October read alouds in the set.

Halloween CVC Mystery Words - Grab these fun mystery word activities for your Halloween centers! Students have so much fun with these while practicing beginning sounds and blending and building CVC words at the same time!

Spiderweb Letters - Use these for letter identification and recognition practice. Includes A to Z. 

October Flip a Sentence - Kids love writing silly sentences with these flip a sentences. Even your reluctant writers will want in on the fun! 

Grab these activities for your pumpkin investigations! This observation one-pager is jam packed with activities for reading, writing, math, and science. And with everything on one page, less prep for you! Just print and go! There's also a blackline version. 

Lastly, FREE HALLOWEEN RECIPES to do with your students these next couple of weeks; all kid tested and kid approved! Make pumpkin dip, no bake mini pumpkin cream pies, edible spiderwebs, 2-ingredient muffins, and Halloween Pizza (not shown). Get the FREE recipes HERE.

Have a great week!

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