Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Halloween Projects, Crafts, Activities and More!

Halloween projects, crafts, activities and more with FREEBIES for kindergarten, first, and second grade. Reading, math, science and craft activities included to keep your students engaged despite the excitement of Halloween (K, 1st, 2nd grade)

Halloween is right around the corner and I have some great ideas for you for crafts, projects, activities, freebies and more!

Let's start with some cute crafts. I do a craft project every year on Halloween afternoon since most of the kiddos are beside themselves with excitement and are only listening to an eighth of what I say anyway....





This is so cute and so easy! Go to https://www.craftymorning.com/paper-plate-witch-craft-kids/ for directions.

The kiddos can make these as gift, use them as bookmarks, or as puppets.

You can use Q-Tips, straws, or spaghetti to make these adorable skeletons.
Your first, second, and third grade students will love making this fun, engaging, and adorable Halloween themed witch writing craftivity!   With six different writing prompts to choose from in both primary lined and single lined spaced options, these look adorable displayed in the hallway or on a bulletin board.



Incorporate writing and craft fun with this witch writing craftivity.

6 different writing prompts are included!  You can find it here




Goodness knows they can't sit still on Halloween!  Task cards are a perfect way to keep them learning and still keep them up and moving. You can use these task cards here.

Do you need a fun and engaging way to review addition and subtraction skills? Halloween themed addition and subtraction task cards offer your students a way to review basic skills in an interactive format. Hang them up and students can walk around the room with a clipboard or place them at student desks for students to walk around to read and answer each problem. You can even leave them in a bin for early finishers. (K, 1, 2)
Do you need a fun and engaging way to review addition and subtraction skills? Halloween themed addition and subtraction task cards offer your students a way to review basic skills in an interactive format. Hang them up and students can walk around the room with a clipboard or place them at student desks for students to walk around to read and answer each problem. You can even leave them in a bin for early finishers. (K, 1, 2)

Do you need a fun and engaging way to review addition and subtraction skills? Halloween themed addition and subtraction task cards offer your students a way to review basic skills in an interactive format. Hang them up and students can walk around the room with a clipboard or place them at student desks for students to walk around to read and answer each problem. You can even leave them in a bin for early finishers. (K, 1, 2)+

Do you need another way to keep them learning?  How about candy?  Well...not really...but close!


Great for math centers, Halloween, early finishers and more, this patterning activity has students using orange, yellow, and white snap cubes (the colors of candy corn) to show various patterns (color combinations). How many ways can you use the 3 colors to show various combinations? (K, 1st, Halloween)
Students can use orange, yellow and white snap cubes - just like the colors of candy corn, to show many different colored patterned creations you can make using those 3 colors

You can get this for FREE here.


You really can't talk about Halloween without mentioning pumpkins.  Why not make it fun by exploring pumpkins and recording your findings with an interactive lapbook?


Kindergarteners, first and second graders will love this fun, interactive, and engaging pumpkin investigation resource as they study and examine a pumpkin. This is an engaging way to "show what you know" using a re-folded file folder. (K, 1st , 2nd grade, science, Halloween)

All you need is a pumpkin, the lapbook and a file folder. You can find the Pumpkin Investigtion lapbook here.




Help your students learn the meaning of the holiday with this differentiated close read.  With 3 different ability levels, you are able to meet the needs of all learners with this Close Reading Fall resource.






Are you so tired or writing morning messages?  These October morning messages are projectable and editable.  All you have to turn is turn on your computer and your SMARTboard (or interactive whiteboard) and the whole month's worth of morning messages have been done for you. Best of all....they are editable, so you can type and project your own message and still use the adorable graphics if you like.

You can find October Morning Messages here.


Do you need an engaging and fun resource for your early finishers? Do you need another option for homework? Would your students enjoy a quiet activity to help them unwind after recess?

My students LOVE KidsQuest! With Mazes, crossword puzzles, hidden pictures, directed drawings, coloring pages, dot to dot, and more this is a must-have in my classroom!

Do you need an engaging and fun resource for your early finishers? Do you need another option for homework? Would your students enjoy a quiet activity to help them unwind after recess? With dot to dot activities, mazes, crossword puzzles, directed drawings,  diagram labeling and more, your first and second grade students are sure to be engaged with this fun yet educationally enriching resource. (K, 1st, 2nd grade)

I hope you have found some great Halloween resources!

Happy Fall!

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