This zip file is a unit that includes 13 UNIQUE ideas and lessons (80 pages!) to celebrate Halloween and all things spooky in your classroom during the month of October!
-Candy cravings graphing activity (4 pages): We apologize if the math graphing activity will have your students craving candy! But, they will learn about graphs in a yummy way!
-Candy conventions (9 pages): What better way to learn about quotation marks, exclamation points, periods, and all other conventions...than to learn with candy!?
-Eye on Editing (6 pages): Students get their Witch Finger to use the included Grammar, Punctuation, and Organization jingles. Also includes spooky ideas to use during peer editing or when conferencing with your students.
-Little Witch Learns to Read (3 pages):
After reading Little Witch Learns to Read by Deborah Hautzig, the students create this adorable art project of Little Witch holding a sign that states one of the things that good readers do!
-Make My Mouth Water Math (10 pages):
What better way to use all that left over candy than to use it for several different math lessons?!? Parent note included!
-Math Haunted Houses (3 pages): Haunted Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, or Division Houses! Makes a great content area bulletin board!
-Save the literary pumpkins AND save the pumpkins (9 pages): Use this fun activity to Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½save the pumpkinsÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½ in your town! A creative way to inspire writing and reading!
-Spider Schema (8 pages): Good readers use their schema when they are reading! They will have a blast sharing their schema about spiders in this interactive lesson inspired by the only and only Debbie Miller!
-Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything! (11 pages): Students learn about character traits in this creative lesson and make an adorable craft for your October bulletin board!
-Bat True/False Interactive Sorting Lesson (12 pages): Students read each sentence and hold up the true or false sentence to show their response. Can also use as a bulletin board and as a center!
-Candy bar creator writing activity (1 page): Writing with candy in mind..need we say more?
-Spooky sundaes (11 pages): Celebrate all that hard work and learning with a spooky celebration! Students create and enjoy eating their own sundaes! File incudes note home, recipe, and cute signs for the ingredients. Last year we used this activity as part of our classroom Halloween Party! Spider fangs and swamp mud not included :)
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Hi, Jen! Thank you for your message and your compliments! We originally posted all of our lessons individually- just like you questioned. However, we figured that buyers would get much more "bang for their buck" if just bundled them all together. If you are interested in the Spooky Sundaes, we would be happy to post that as an indiv. lesson. Just let us know.