Just a quick update on my Halloween Math Wars TpT Product.
After playing with students I noticed that a few needed the numbers to be larger so I added another deck with larger numbers. Both decks are included in this product now and the price remains the same.
Great Halloween themed game for math (+,-,x) practice.
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Pawn Shop Math Based on the Hit History Channel Series!
Dot’s Story Factory! Excellent Halloween story writing tool for younger students.
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Students can create Halloween stories using their own text and stickers provided by the site. There are even neat drawing pencils to create original art work. Add your own photos too. Multiple pages can be added.
Ravens Blight Toy Shop: Unique collection of paper Halloween toys to build!
Scary and fun building activities for older students. Some are even mechanical. Some STEM skills used to create these spooky toys.
Could be used for dioramas, displays, decorations, game pieces, following directions lessons etc. Tons to choose from!
They also have a very scary collection of printable masks.
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The ToyMaker (offers “cute” Halloween printable toys)
Woo Jr. (cute Halloween printables)
Another nice “after” Halloween printable for math.
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Also an awesome printable for making Halloween also MATH!
(sorry, guys - I haven’t been on pinterest in ages and sometimes things are too cool to just keep in my teeny pinterest circle. THEY MUST BE SHARED WIDELY!)
Halloween decorations to print and make.
We’ve gathered some of our favorite printables and cut-outs for Halloween if you need to put the finishing touches to your decorations or simply want an activity for the kids! Just click on the links to be directed to the template.
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Free...Halloween Tombstone Limerick Activity (w/printables)- via Secondary Solutions - TeachersPayTeachers.com
Perfect for grades 5 and up.
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Found via Allison McCaffrey on Pinterest
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I’m super excited to let you know about my first guest post on The Organized Classroom Blog. I will be guest blogging once a month (always on the 14th) for the 2011-2012 school year. I was so excited when Charity asked me. It’s a fantastic blog and has certainly been one of my favorites for a while.
Check out my first post and let me know what you think. :-)
Halloween Writing Center Freebie!
25 in all!
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Great activity to practice writing sentences. Perfect for a writing center.
Students answer the questions and then create the sentence.
Debbie received a great response from her first “Super Sentence Pack” (15 in all) and created a special “Halloween pack at varying levels of difficulty to allow for differentiation and to span a few grade levels.”
Really terrific printables. Thanks Debbie!
Boo! Did I scare you? No. Oh well. Maybe these fantastic Haunted Halloween Paper Toys can do the trick.
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50+ sets to choose from.
Fun to build and all free. Not many written directions but plenty of labels. These would be great for older students with reading difficulties. They would be able to feel success along with their peers. When building these I like to put students together in groups of 2-4. That way they can help each other out.
These are neat for building scenes that they could write stories, poems, or songs about.
The only thing you really need to add are scissors and glue. Of course you could always add a little Spanish moss from the craft store for a scarier look and kids will always come up with their own ideas too.
They also have games and masks to create as well as a bunch of other cool stuff..
Check this one out! Your students will love you for it.