Save some time with this spooky fun Halloween Bundle!
Your students will use a code sheet to create their own jack-o-lantern bioglyphs! I have used this with great success in my Special Education middle school classroom. This is a great activity for building community. You and your students will learn new things about one another! This activity is great because it uses simple shapes, simple language, and it's color coded. Laminate the code sheets to use again and again! There is a pumpkin template included.
Students make observations and inferences in this mystery bag activity! Fill 10 paper bags with spooky mystery objects! Students can touch and listen to the objects, and then use their observations to make inferences. This activity includes a guide, editable answer key, student response sheets, and bag labels (color/black and white)
These cards are perfect for mini erasers if you are looking for an alternative to candy! Candy can also be attached if you prefer. This resource includes 9 color/black and white printable treat cards in PDF form. Simply print, cut, and attach your treat!
Get your students up and reading with these fun, clean Halloween joke cards! Students practice using social skills (such as listening and waiting their turn) while they read a joke on the card to the class. Students will enjoy guessing the punchline- and may surprise you with their creative responses! This is a great way for students to practice reading, speaking in front of a class, using logic/making inferences, and exposure to figurative language! Alternatively, you could tell students one joke each day, or pass them out with the treat cards!