Get ready to have some fun with your students this Halloween. They are fun activities that are perfect for the month of October. This will help you meet your science requirements while having a little bit of Halloween fun! Show students how scientists work through a process that asks a question and searches for an answer to that question.
Crystal Rennicke on October 30, Delight your little ghouls and goblins with these spook-tacular Halloween games, crafts, and activities for your classroom. Try candy corn math. Make spinning pumpkin tops. Experiment with Halloween candy. We love these easy ideas that will challenge students to think like scientists!
Most kids love to get their hands on anything that oozes. Carve reading- and math-themed pumpkins. Click on the link above to get your free templates! Do some Halloween writing. Our free writing paper is spook-tacular!
This project is definitely meant for the outdoors, though. Create Halloween shadow puppets.
Tie this shadow puppet activity with a Halloween-themed story or have the kids write their own! Make a goblin guts sensory bag. This disgustingly delightful sensory bag gives kids a feel of icky goo, without the mess. Check out the Growing a Jeweled Rose blog for more Halloween-themed sensory bags.
Make a pumpkin volcano. These pumpkin-canos will cause kids to erupt with sheer excitement. Make egg carton bats and leaf ghosts.
These cute little Halloween creatures are fun to make and hang around your classroom this season. Write pumpkin patch stories.
This teacher waved her magic wand and turned plain old pumpkins into a beautiful lesson in story elements. Teach a lesson in shapes and geometry while making this friendly bat.
Make—and graph—a seasonal treat. Students learn about mixtures and solutions in this experiment. And as a bonus they get to eat the treats afterward!
Learning how to add and subtract decimals is fun when candy is involved! Bring in some Halloween candy ads for a comparison shop of the best candy prices in town.
Experiment with Jell-O brains. Gross out your students with this mound of Jell-O that closely resembles brains. Incorporate a science lesson and dare them to try a bite afterward. This tried-and-true art technique uses colored chalk and school glue to make some pretty awesomely creepy spiders.
Make a ghost dance.
Make this cute little tissue ghost dance with just a balloon and a little static electricity. Make glittery spider webs. Woojr If the words glitter and glue in the same sentence put you in a mild panic, this project is probably not for you.
Create cotton swab skeletons.
Make cinnamon leaf ornaments.The following fun activities can assist a child in recognizing and forming letters correctly: List of Kindergarten Writing Activities Complete Handwriting Worksheets.
We offer free handwriting worksheets to help a child practice writing each letter correctly. I LOVE celebrating Halloween in kindergarten!
I try to incorporate the holiday into our activities during the entire month of October. I'm excited to share some No or Low-Prep Math, Reading, and Writing Halloween-themed activities to try in your classroom!
This fun Halloween I spy counting activity is great for helping preschool and kindergarten students count and become familiar with images from this fun holiday. The add a cute writing piece with these free pumpkin art writing templates. source: schwenkreis.com Use a chart to show a mystery picture just in time for fall or Halloween.
More Halloween activities for Kindergarten This time it’s a literacy freebie I made using the erasers I bought at Target.
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