1-2-3 Come Do Some Halloween Activities With Me
Halloween party day, tends to be a bit wild and crazy because of all the energy your kiddos have.
With that in mind, I designed some trick or treat-themed activities that practice a variety of standards, while still being a lot of fun for your kiddos.
With a theme like candy and trick or treating, you will definitely get your students’ attention, so that you can reinforce:
graphing, tally marks, skip counting, upper & lowercase letters, 2D/3D shapes, plus the -ick & -eat word families.
Pick & choose from worksheets, writing prompts, crafts, puzzles, songs, & games!
The packet includes:
A “Trick or Treat” writing prompt craftivity, with 2 options, plus completed samples to share, along with 4 other interesting & fun writing prompts.
A Trick or Treat bag craftivity that reinforces the -it & -eat word families. The “sliders” practice 15 -eat words, as well as 14 -ick family words.
There are 3 options, plus trace & write word cards in color as well as black and white.
A “How many words can you make using the letters in “Trick or Treat”? worksheet, which includes an alphabetized answer key, with 158 words & a poster to introduce the lesson.
Perfect for a fun, yet educational, Halloween party day game too.
Two songs: “T-R-I-C-K” to the tune of Bingo, & “Trick or Treating” to the tune of “Brother John”.
"T-R-I-C-K" is a wonderful way to practice letter recognition, spelling & subtraction! My kiddos LOVE singing & clapping too.
Lots of graphing worksheets to practice that skill, plus worksheets with tally marks, data collection & analysis, and a graphic organizer.
8 “Trick or Treating at a Haunted House” I spy game sheets, that are a quick, easy & fun way to whole group assess: listening & following directions. upper & lowercase letters, numbers 0-20 and shapes.
Includes a blank template so you can program with whatever.
There's an assortment of “Candy Bones” activities & worksheets, plus an awesome collection of . . .
2D & 3D candy shape posters. What a fun way to practice/review shapes!
Who doesn't remember excitedly spilling out their treat bag?
Have your kiddos sort & then graph the different shaped candy, using the recording sheet.
And finally, there's ...
A dozen, “Trick or Treat” number puzzles, to help practice sequencing numbers from 1-10, counting backwards from 10-1, as well as skip counting by 2s & 10s.
Puzzles come in color for an independent math center, as well as black and white, so students can make their own.
This is a Perfect activity for Halloween party day.
The packet is a whopping 133 pages of fun. Click on the link to pop on over to my TpT shop to have a look see. Trick or Treat-Themed Activities.
Today's featured FREEBIE, "Midnight Magic" is also a quick, easy & fun craftivity for party day. As you can see by the photo, the results turn out quite spectacular & take only about 5 minutes!
Well that's it for today. Halloween brings back some of my most favorite childhood memories.
Here's wishing you a “fang-tastic” rest of October, filled with lots of special treats.
"Halloween is an opportunity to be really creative." - Judy Gold