Using candy to introduce and practice math concepts makes things more interesting and fun for students. These Candy Bones activites cover quite a few standards, and are perfect for a science bone theme, pirate theme, or for Halloween.
Help students practice and improve their writing, as well as review the 5 senses, with this candy corn graphic organizer.
Review the 5 senses with this cute pumpkin "craftivity." Students cut out the words and label Sam.
Increase your students' writing skills with this quick and easy pumpkin "craftivity" that reinforces the use of adjectives, as well as involving the 5 senses. If you like this activity, be sure and check out the matching apple one.
Here are 5 more fall-themed shape matching games. Print, laminate and trim. Students place the colored shape tile on to the matching shape on the leaf, spider, bat, owl, or turkey card. I've included a blank template for each theme, so you can program with more shapes or whatever.
Here are 5 more fall-themed, matching number to number word games. Print, laminate and trim. Students clip a clothespin to the number that matches the number word on the card. These are great for Daily 5 word work activities. I've included a blank set of cards for each theme, so that you can program them with higher numbers or whatever else you'd like your kiddo's to practice.
Help students practice writing and sequencing numbers as well as skip counting by 2's, 3's, 5's, and 10's. Includes worksheets for counting from 1-120 as well as What's Missing? activities.
Help practice a variety of standards with this Leaf Counting booklet. Print, laminate and use for a math center, or run off copies for each student. Children can make leaves with a Q-tip and dot them on, or use a bingo dauber or leaf stamp. They could also use their fingerprints pressed onto a stamp pad, or glue on the leaf tiles (4 different kinds to choose from).
Including adjectives, enhances students' writing. Here are 10 fall-themed describing worksheets that will help your students practice this skill. Includes an adjective definition anchor chart.
An interesting and fun way to introduce a lesson, is with a KWL. This is a graphic representation of what students KNOW, WHAT they WANT to find out, and finally, what they have LEARNED, when you've completed your unit. There are quite a few topics in the fall that lend themselves to KWL's.