There are lots of printables in my Halloween print and go pack. All you have to do is print and GO! Zero prep! I love using these for morning work or early finishers. There are also some good pages to use for homework.
This is a game that I have my students use during our literacy stations. They match up the pictures, read the words, and then record them on their page. It’s a great way to practice sight words with a Halloween theme!
Write the room activities are my favorite! I love that it gets the kiddos up and moving while they are practicing handwriting and learning new vocabulary. This pack has differentiated recording pages to meet the needs of all of your learners!
Have you had your 100th day of school yet?? What do you do on your 100th day?!This blog post is an oldie but a goodie with tons of activities, ideas, and freebies to help plan a fun 100th day!》》http://bit.ly/100daysschool ... See MoreSee Less
For me, Thanksgiving is all about family and food!! I always loved adding this activity to our writing center so students could make up their own Thanksgiving menu.What's your favorite food for Thanksgiving? Do you do any non-traditional foods? I'm all about the stuffing!Find my Thanksgiving Dinner Writing Activity at the link in my bio.• bit.ly/thanksgivingwritingcenter ... See MoreSee Less
Ready for Halloween?? 🎃👻》》What's your favorite Halloween candy??If you are able to do Halloween themed activities in you classroom, this is a fun one for word work!Students match the pictures, then read and record the sight words (or CVC words). Students can also write sentences using the words.Best part?? It's also EDITABLE! You can type your own words to match the sight words or CVC words your students are currently learning.🔗 bit.ly/halloweensightwordmatch ... See MoreSee Less