Monday, September 30, 2013

"Spook"tacular Halloween Products!

I love everything about Fall! The crisp air, beautiful scenery, apple and pumpkin picking, baking, sweatshirts, and of course, Halloween! 

I was SO excited to see this out my window on Saturday morning! Changing leaves are my favorite!



It's no wonder I've been having a blast creating some Halloween themed products for my classroom! I thought I'd share them with you here! 


Halloween Graphing - FREE
This Halloween freebie is perfect for students to complete as homework or classwork! Send home just the tally sheets and complete the graphs in class or send home the entire thing! You can also use this in school to graph the goodies at your classroom Halloween party!
Grab it on Teachers Pay Teachers
Grab it through Google Drive




Halloween Literacy Centers - $6.00
7 Halloween themed activities perfect for literacy centers! 
-Parts of speech sort
-Spooky Sentences
-Fact and Opinion Sort
-Spider Web Synonyms
-Character Candy Bag
-Candy Corn Story Map
-Character Costume
 Grab it on Teachers Pay Teachers
              


Monster Descriptive Writing - FREE
A great way to introduce descriptive writing! Students create their own monsters and use the graphic organizer to to write descriptive paragraphs about their monsters!

Grab it on Teachers Pay Teachers
Grab it through Google Drive




Classroom Freebies Manic Monday


8 comments:

  1. That tree is spectacular!! The leaves are changing here quickly. Some are nearly bare already! Thanks for posting the Halloween goodies! They are very cute! :)

    Have a great week!
    ~Erin
    Mrs. Beattie's Classroom

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    1. Wow! I thought ours were changing quickly! Fall is my favorite season and I feel like it always goes by too fast! :)

      Michaela

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  2. What a beautiful tree! I love it!

    I love the Monster Descriptive Writing Freebie. I used some cool foam stickers with monster on them once to do this same activity. The kids loved it! I still have some of them, so I may do it with my third and fourth graders. They will love it!

    Andrea
    Reading Toward the Stars

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    1. Thank you! That's a great idea! We've been doing the monster activity this week and the kiddos are having a blast with it so far!

      Michaela

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  3. Very cute Halloween Graphing activity. Thanks for sharing!
    -Susan
    3rd Grade Grapevine

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  5. I am so with you - today the air seemed so fresh and the leaves looked so beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing your freebie - I am definitely in a Halloween mood!

    Love to Learn

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