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These Halloween lesson plans are perfect for the preschool, kindergarten, or 1st grade student in an elementary setting. These activities for kids are fun and there are plenty of ideas to keep students engaged the whole week of Halloween! Teach all about bats, bones in our bodies, jack-o-lanterns, and Halloween.#halloweenlessons #kindergarten #halloween #teacherspayteachers
Halloween monster math race counting game! Plus my favorite Halloween activities and centers for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten (art, math, writing, letters, blocks, STEM, sensory, fine motor). FREE printables... a mummy printable and witches brew counting recipe cards!
These monster play dough math mats will fit right in with your Halloween activities. I like this fuzzy, non-scary, kid-friendly monster — so cute! To make the mats, print them out and either laminate them or slip them into page protectors. I always use page protectors and bind them together with metal binder rings so the kids can flip through them as they use them. Each mat says, “Feed the monster
These are interactive, digital Boom Cards great to teach early addition skills to students! This fun, paperless, no prep game is great practice for counting on! Halloween pictures include pumpkins, bats, candy corn, & more! Kids can use these on tablets, iPads, laptops, computers, and SmartBoards. No worksheet needed! Great for math centers, small group, whole group, & independent work. It has a fun autumn theme! Great for Pre-K, Preschool, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade! #boomcards #mathcenters