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- This MEGA Halloween bundle, created by occupational therapist, Lisa Marnell, consists of the following 7 hands-on resources for learning and skill development.1- Halloween Activities for Visual Skills: Offers 5 Halloween-themed activities that address visual scanning and visual perceptual skills. Th$18.00$28.00Save $10.00
This Halloween sight word practice provides 5 hands-on activities to solidify reading skills in kindergarten. Developed by an occupational therapist and using the Fry 100 Word List, each fall task addresses fine motor and visual motor skill development as well.
For each activity, choose whichever sight words you would like to work on (all 100 Fry words are provided for each activity).
Halloween activities include:
1- Decorate the Witch's House
Story: “Decorate the Witch's House” encourages children to help a cute witch decorate her plain house with beautiful lights for Halloween!.
Activity: Children pick a sight word card and color the light on it a Halloween color like orange, yellow, or purple. Kids read the card then glue the lights onto the Witch's house to decorate it for Halloween.
2- Witch's Cauldron!
Story: “Witch's Cauldron” has children help a witch make ingredients for her Halloween potion.
Activity: Kids make “ingredients” by tearing narrow strips of construction paper into tiny pieces. Next, they glue ingredients onto the sight words!
3- Ghost Likes Candy!
Story: “Ghost Likes Candy” is all about a ghost who like candy!
Activity: Kids pick a card with candy corn, gummy bears, chocolate, or hard candy then try to say the accompanying sight word. Next, kids glue the candy next to the ghost!
4- Pumpkin Patch!
Story: “Pumpkin Patch” shows children that we can carve pumpkins with different types of emotions.
Activity: Kids pick a card with a certain pumpkin emotion (happy, angry, surprised, or worried) then they try to say the accompanying sight word. Next, kids glue cards to make a picture of the pumpkins in the pumpkin patch!
5- Candy Corn Words!
Story: “Candy Corn Words” has children practice letters and sight words by decorating them with paper candy corn pieces.
Activity: Adults of children cut out strips of candy corn pictures. Children tear paper (addressing fine motor skills) and they make lots and lots of candy corn. Next, they glue the paper candy corn pieces onto the sight word!
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