Halloween Differentiated Math and Literacy BUNDLE

Halloween Differentiated Math and Literacy BUNDLE
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This bundle includes 10 Halloween math and literacy centers, each center includes two versions. See below for descriptions and download the preview for a closer look.

Check out the Alphabet Apples Sample for an example of one version of an activity.


Literacy Centers

Candy Corn Syllables – a differentiated syllable activity
RF.K.2b

Version 1: Students sort picture cards according to how many syllables they have: 1, 2, or 3. They arrange them on the floor, table, or in a pocket chart below the bags of leave signs for 1, 2, or 3 syllables. After sorting the pictures, the students match the letter on the card to a box on the recording sheet. Then they color the number of candy corn in the box as there are syllables.

Version 2: Students choose a candy corn card, say the picture, and clap the syllables. They may use a clothespin, or just pinch with their fingers, to identify the number of syllables at the bottom of the card. Once the student knows how many syllables there are, they use the letter on the card to find the matching candy corn on the recording sheet. They color the number of candy corn as there are syllables.


Candy Rhymes – a differentiated rhyme activity
RF.K.2a

Version 1: Students choose a candy card with three pictures on it. They must identify the pictures and determine which two rhyme. Then they use the number on the card to find the matching pictures on the recording sheet. They color the two pictures from the set that rhyme.

Version 2: Students choose a candy card with one picture on it. They must identify the picture. Then they use the number on the card and find it on the recording sheet. There are two pictures next to the number. They must color the one that rhymes with the picture on the card.

Costume Party – differentiated sight word puzzles
RF.K.3c

Version 1: Students choose a puzzle top and read the word. They match the puzzle top that says the sight word with the puzzle pieces with the letters on the bottom. When they have matched the pieces they read the word again and use a white crayon to write it inside a ghost on the recording sheet. After they have written in white crayon, they can color the ghost in with a marker to reveal the word.

Version 2: Students choose a puzzle top and read the sentence. They figure out the missing word using the picture to help guide them. They match the puzzle top to the puzzle pieces for the letters of the missing word. When they have matched the pieces they read the sentence again and use a white crayon to write the missing word inside a ghost on the recording sheet. After they have written in white crayon, they can color the ghost in with a marker to reveal the word.


Creepy Sounds – a differentiated sound activity
RF.K.2d

Version 1: Students roll the sound die. They say the sound of the letter that lands on top. Then they find a picture on the recording sheet that starts with that sound and color it. Repeat until all pictures have been colored.

Version 2: Students roll the sound die. They say the sound of the letter that lands on top. Then they find a picture on the recording sheet that ends with that sound and color it. Repeat until all pictures have been colored.


Witch’s Brew – a differentiated letter and sound activity.
RF.K.1d, RF.K.2d

Version 1: Students choose a cauldron card and name the uppercase letter. Then students use the recording sheet to find the matching lowercase letter in a cauldron and color it.

Version 2: Students choose a cauldron card and name the picture. They say the beginning sound of the picture. Then students use the recording sheet to find the letter in a cauldron that matches the beginning sound and colors it.


Math Centers


3D Ghosts – a differentiated shape spinner activity.
K.G.A.3

Version 1: Students use the spinner and a paper clip (or clear spinner) to spin. When the spinner stops, the student should name the 3D shape it lands on. Then, they should find a real life example of that shape on the recording sheet and color it. Continue until all shapes are colored. This version represents six shapes: cone, rectangular prism, pyramid, cylinder, sphere, and cube.

Version 2: This activity works the same, but only incorporates the four shapes: cone, rectangular prism, sphere, and cube.


Spider Count – a differentiated counting activity.
K.CC.A.3, K.CC.B.4, K.CC.B.5


Version 1: Students choose a spider web card and read the number. They count out the same number of spiders cards to add onto the web (you may choose to use small plastic spiders or spider rings instead). Then they match the letter on the card to a box on the recording sheet and draw the same number of dots or “spiders” on the web.

Version 2: Students choose a spider web card and count how many spiders are on the web. Then they match the letter on the card to a box on the recording sheet and write how many (the numeral) spiders are on the web.


Spooky Measures – a differentiated measurement activity.
K.MD.1, K.MD.2

Version 1: Students choose a measurement card and count how many units tall the picture is. Then they match the number on the card to a box on the recording sheet. There they color the correct number of units (so if candy corn is 4 units tall, that’s how many units are colored) and write the numeral in the small box.

Version 2: Students choose a measurement card and decide which object is shorter and which is taller. Then they match the letter on the card to a box on the recording sheet. There they color the taller object green and the shorter object purple.

Tally Bones – a differentiated tally marks activity.
K.CC.B.4, K.CC.B.5

Version 1: Students choose a skeleton card and read the number. Once they know how many, they find the matching tally bones card. Then they match the letter on the card to a box on the recording sheet. There they draw the correct number of tally marks.

Version 2: Students choose a skeleton card and read the number. Once they know how many, they use the bone cards (or Q-Tips) to build the correct number of tally marks. Then they match the letter on the card to a box on the recording sheet. There they draw the correct number of tally marks.



Who Has More? – a differentiated comparing numbers activity.
K.CC.B.4, K.CC.B.5, K.CC.C.6

Version 1: Students choose a card and count the number of candy on it. They decide if the amount of candy is more or less than five. If it is more than five, they color the same costume kid on the recording sheet green. If it is less than five, they color the same costume kid on the recording sheet purple.

Version 2: Students choose a card and count both sets of candy on it. They decide which set is more and which set is less. On the recording sheet they find the set of costume kids and color the costume kid that has more green and the costume kid that has less purple.

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