This Pumpkins Literacy and Math Activity Fun Pack is filled with printable activities to help your students continue to grow in their literacy and math skills while enjoying some Pumpkin Books and incorporates Common Core Standards! AND – just PRINT and GO!! NO PREP!!! There are five literacy and five math activities to keep your Pumpkin theme lasting a whole week!
As a BONUS, I’ve included 3 different styles of Pumpkin Bookmarks AND 3 different
8 x10 Famous Pumpkin Quotes Posters!!
Literacy Activities include:
Reading and Illustrating Pumpkin Moods
Which Pumpkin Spelling is Correct?
Pumpkin Bread Rhyming Boxes
The Orange Food Book (9 pages) Focuses on using “is orange” vs. “are orange.”
Math Activities include:
Pumpkin Domino Addition
Counting by 10’s with Pumpkins
Base Ten Blocks with Wacky Pumpkins
Dice Addition with Pumpkin Dice – Write the Number Sentence
Bonus Items include:
3 Different Styles – Pumpkin Bookmarks
3 Different 8 X 10 Famous Pumpkin Quotes Posters
Check out my FREE Reader’s Theater as a Sample…
How the Camel Got His Hump
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Reader’s Theater I AM CANDY CORN- A Halloween Story in Rhyme - FUN!
Reader’s Theater THE 12 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN - Your Class Will LOVE Singing Along!
Reader’s Theater HALLOWEEN BOOGIE - A HALLOWEEN STORY IN RHYME- Great Fun!
Reader’s Theater THE HEADLESS TEACHER: A Halloween Story - Great Fun!
Mosaic Pumpkin Craftivity Kit Print and Go - NO PREP - Great for Geometry!!
APPLE ORCHARD FIELDTRIP BOOKLET – Use ON or AFTER Your Trip!
PUMPKIN MATH AND LITERACY PRINTABLES - Print and Go – PLUS Bonus Bookmarks and Posters!!
Let’s Explore Worms, A Thematic Literacy Unit
Thank you so much for taking a peek at my Pumpkin Literacy and Math Activity Fun Pack. If you follow me, you already know I love to leave you with a joke and a smile. I hope you enjoy this Wacky Pumpkin Funny….
Farmer Smith was driving his tractor along the road with a trailer load of fertilizer.
Alex, a little boy of nine, was playing ball in his yard. He saw the farmer and asked, “What do you have in your trailer?”
”Manure,” farmer Smith replied.
“What are you going to do with it?” asked Alex.
”Put it on my pumpkins,” answered the farmer.
Alex replied, “You ought to come and eat with us, we put whipped cream on our pumpkin pie.”