I revamped the favorite nursery rhyme song "Ten Little Indians" and substituted 10 little pumpkins in a pumpkin patch.
This quick, easy & fun doorknob dangler was inspired by Eric Carle's "The Very Busy Spider".
Here's a sweet, pumpkin patch poster to use in the center of a bulletin board display featuring your students' pumpkin art.
The latest Pete the Cat book features the popular "5 Little Pumpkins" poem, so I designed this "trace the numbers" and "color the pumpkins" that are "rolling out of sight" on a skateboard worksheet.
Fire safety is one of the most important life skills teachers can share with their students.
Here's a sweet 6, mini Happy Halloween note cards on a one-page template. They come in color as well as black and white. Attach to a treat bag, tuck in a folder, lunch box or backpack.
This "color me" Trick or Treat list of safety tips, is loaded with Dolch sight words, so take a moment to read it out loud, calling on students to take a turn to read a tip, then send it home as a reminder for parents.
This FREEBIE is part of my Trick or Treat Emergent Reader packet in my TpT shop. Click on the link to zip on over. For your convenience, I've included a PREVIEW here with the FREE tip sheets.
Are your students working on transitions and "how to" "directional" writing? How to make a pumpkin pie is a quick, easy and fun activity to help them practice.
Put some fun into Halloween and still review a variety of standards with these quick, easy and educational games. Plug them in throughout your day to help practice math, counting, letter recognition, end punctuation, capitalization, spelling, editing, sequencing and more.
This is a simple, quick and fun writing prompt craftivity that your students will enjoy doing. For the "trick" portion of the writing prompt, students write about the Halloween treats that they don't like. On the treat page, they discuss their favorites. Afterwards, have students share one of each with their classmates, then pass out a little treat.