Same and Different HALLOWEEN Set 1 | Halloween Matching Game

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  1. This Halloween match-ups game will provide children with the opportunity to practice same and different math skills! It’s a math center sorting activity, and the Halloween graphics can be used as story starters at the literacy center! Check out these same and different activities cards!❤️ Same and Di
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Challenge your children to find the Halloween match-ups with this fun game! They'll practice their same and different math skills while sorting and matching graphics. The Halloween-themed graphics can double as story starters at the literacy center for added fun and engagement.

Same and Different: Halloween Match-up (Set 1)

(18 pairs)

⭐ 12 Pages

PreK, Kindergarten, First Grade, ESL

✅ Class Activity - Using a pocket chart… Place about 6 pairs of colored Halloween graphics cards face down in the chart… 4 across in 3 rows. Demonstrate how to find cards that are the same or different. If the two cards turned up do not match… you have to turn them over again! Challenge - Use all 18 pairs to play match-ups!

✅ Pairs Activity - Place about 6 pairs of colored Halloween graphics cards face down on the table or floor. One student will turn up two cards. If the two cards turned up are different… turn them over again! If they are the same, keep the cards that match up! Continue to play until all 6 pairs have been found. Who has the most pairs?

✅ Use the cards as story starters! What? Tell me more! When? Why? Where? How? Tell a story or write it down!

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Check the ways this resource will be helpful and fun!

· Whole Class Activity – introduce, teach, review, consolidate the concept of matching pairs

· Math Center Activity – practice the concept of thesame and different

· Literacy Center Activity – create oral or written Halloween Stories

· Independent Work – find the match-ups

✍ Get to know the children in your group!

· Teachers using reading programs like Jolly Phonics

· Special Education Teachers


· Classroom Teachers

· Homeschool

· Parents

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has “more of”/“less of” the attribute, and describe the difference. For example, directly compare the heights of two children and describe one child as taller/shorter.


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