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Halloween doesn't have to be scary! Use a cute collection of worksheets, printables, and presentations to make your kindergarten Halloween unit as cute as can be. Check out the presentations designed for learners on the autism spectrum,...
Celebrate Halloween with the help of a collection consisting of a variety of resources covering multiple subjects. Take a look at the notes section to discover which subject is addressed—math, English language arts, arts and crafts,...
Elementary mathematicians will have a blast with these Halloween worksheets! Kids practice ordering decimals, divide word problems, and multiply equations that help create a pumpkin.
Math practice has never been scarier—but only because these sheets are covered in zombies, ghosts, witches, and bats! Due to the concepts, the collection is best suited for upper elementary and beginning middle school students. It...
Use these Halloween-themed worksheets to help your mathematicians practice ordering decimals to the thousandths place. Witches on each worksheet make them extra festive!
Avez-vous une sorci dans la cuisine? Cut out these cards and play go-fish with your French learners! Practice adjectives, prepositions, and Halloween vocabulary. So fun!
Build vocabulary and get in the Halloween sprit with a collection of festive activities! Here, scholars take part in a holiday celebration, unearth the unknown in mystery feel-boxes, and create monster masks out of paper plates.
Bring some Halloween math to the class for a spooktacular addition to your instruction. Here, scholars color by number to uncover four spooky scenes including a pumpkin, a bat flying across the moon, haunted trees, and a cat.
If your class is looking for word problems, reading excerpts, grammar games, and fun trivia in their trick-or-treat bags, they'll find it all and more with a Halloween-themed set of worksheets! Three pages of holiday exercises are a...
Planning Halloween curriculum doesn't have to be scary! Check out a set of worksheets that include reading excerpts, word problems, grammar activities, and engaging Halloween trivia that is perfect for your October lesson planning.
Celebrate one of children's favorite holidays with this fun printable book. Utilizing a simple, repeated sentence structure and supported with fun illustrations, this resource engages young learners in reading about different kinds of...
Bring some ghostly literature into your English classroom! Witches or The Raven will get your lesson started! After reading or listening to one of the suggested excerpts, learners write a scene from the text and perform it during the...
What is the mystery picture? After plotting points on the first quadrant of a Cartesian coordinate system, young mathematicians connect the points to create a Halloween-themed picture.
The best part about Halloween is the candy. Individuals read a pictograph that depicts the amount of candy five children received. Then, they respond to five questions using the picture graph to support their answers.
Get in the Halloween spirit with this event sequencing activity! Four images give an outline for a creative story. Learners put the images in order and tell a creative story in sequence. (Although there is an "obvious" order, the options...
Looking for a scary reading passage to give class members on the days leading up to Halloween? While this resource isn't scary, it definitely fits right into the theme of the October celebration. After reading a two-page literary...
Halloween is a great time to review some dark, spooky, and fun describing words! A holiday scene containing a black cat, grinning jack-o-lantern, and foggy sky comes forth when class members color the sections with adjectives yellow.
Don your best Halloween mask for this ESL presentation, which covers some facts about costumes, trick-or-treating, and other Halloween activities. The rest of the slides provide safety tips for young trick-or-treaters. The language in...
Post-Halloween learners bring in candy treats to use for counting practice. They estimate how full a bowl of candy will get when there are 100 and 200 pieces of candy counted and put in it. They take turns counting to 100 and 200;...
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