Phonics Halloween Costumes
15 Play Doh Mats and 41 Black Line Printables
This literacy center is perfect for Pre K and Kindergarten age students! They will have so much fun doing all of these different activities. The Play Doh Mats are so cute and colorful. The other pages are ready to be printed as is, meaning no preparation unless you should decide to laminate in order to reuse. There are a variety of activities to last the whole month of October. So Happy Halloween!
Page 1 Title Cover Page- make a copy and glue to the front of a large manila envelope and use to store the Play Doh Mats, etc
Page 2-4 Samples I used for the Thumb nail pictures on TPT (Don’t need to copy them.)
Page 5-17 Halloween Costume Play Doh Mats- Download as many copies as needed in your classroom. Laminate. Cut out. These can be used in a center or even in a small group. Use play doh to shape the letters. Or use bingo daubers to stamp the letter shape. Use a little bit of shaving cream and finger write. Or simply use your finger to practice the shape. Then write it using a marker(s).
Page 20-33 Black line printables-make as many copies as needed for your class situation. Students circle pictures that begin with the same sound as the Halloween costumes.
Page 34-37 Black line printables- Make as many copies as needed. Students draw lines from the capital letter to the Halloween picture that begins with the same sound. Students will also draw a line to the lowercase letter
Page 38-47 Black line printables-Make as many copies as needed. These can be laminated to be used over and over. Students trace over the dotted lines of the letters, starting at the top where the star indicates using markers or pencils.
Page 48-50 Black line printables- Make as many copies as needed for your class. Students circle the letter that the small Halloween picture begins with.
Page 51-54 Black line printables- Make as many copies as needed for your classroom. Students practice writing letter formations by using the sample and the writing lines. These could be printed on cardstock and laminated for continued use.
Page 55-60 Black line printables- Make as many copies as need for your classroom. Students color and cut around the 2 frames. The teacher can cut the slits on the Halloween Picture before passing them out by using an x acto knife. Students will slide the small rectangle into the slits, and put glue on the top tab. Then glue the bottom tab, making it into a circle ring so it won’t slide out.
Students practice naming the letters, both capital and lowercase. They can also practice the letter sounds. On the Frankenstein and the Queen, the students are to say the picture word. Then make the initial sound, and say the letter name that is heard.
Page 61-63 Preparation and Teaching Suggestions, and the Credits
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