Halloween is upon us!! Our day will start off with Book-o-Ween, and then I have some fun crafts planned! We’ll wrap up our day by talking about how to be safe during trick-or-treating (see the graphic below).
I love giving my students a little treat bag, but with Halloween being on a Monday this year, I decided to make their bags candy free! I headed to the Halloween section at Target and found some great items to use. Look at all these finds!! Teeth, bubbles, erasers, witch fingers, and pencils!! I love how they all match too!
I found these bags in the Halloween section too. Then to top it off, I made bag tags to fold and staple on. You can grab these bag tags for FREE in my store!
Do you teach Halloween safety with your students? Check out these Halloween safety tips. Make sure your students (or your own kiddos) know how to be safe while trick or treating! Bringing a flashlight is a great idea since it gets dark so early now!!
One of my absolute favorite resources is this parts of a plant notebook activity! 🌱I always brought in the food items for my students to build all of the plant parts and then taste each part. Then they would match up and label the parts of a plant and draw/write the food for each part.Have you tried doing this with your students??bit.ly/plantsnotebook... See MoreSee Less
》》WRITE THE ROOMThese 3 write the room activities always made their appearance during February!✏ Valentine's Day✏ Dental Health✏ Presidents' DayWrite the room is the perfect addition to your literacy centers. It gets students up and moving around the room while they learn vocabulary and practice writing.》Leave a comment if you'd like a link to any of these! ... See MoreSee Less
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