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Halloween First Letter Soundscauldron are green glass beads. The kiddos place the beads on the correct first letter that corresponds with the pictures on each card. We haven't done these in a while, so it's been a great review.
Source: This activity was part of a free printable pack found at 3Dinosaurs.com.
Halloween Movable Alphabet Picture Cards
Source: I created the printable for this activity. For your free copy, click HERE.
Halloween Bingo or Matching Game
Source: I create the printable for this activity. It is part of a packet I created last year at this time. The packet was not designed to be shared with others. I was trying to use as much space as possible on each page, and the least amount of paper possible. You are more than welcome to use this packet for free, (Click HERE.) I just wanted to warn you before you saw it. Lol.
Halloween Nomenclature Cards
Guess Who Halloween Match Up
Source: This activity is part of a printable pack at 3Dinosaurs.com.
Halloween Pattern Cards
Source: I created the printable for this activity as part of last year's Halloween Pack. For your free copy, click HERE.
Halloween Themed Counting By 5s Cards
Source: I created this activity. It's also part of my Halloween Packet from last year. For you free copy, click HERE.
Odd & Even Halloween Number Sort
This is yet another activity where the theme is everything. Identifying odd and even numbers is another goal of the month for all three kiddos. The kiddos will sort the numbers into their categories of odd or even. Halloween ring counters have been added as a control, in case the kiddos need help.
Source: I created the printable for this activity as part of the Halloween Pack I created last year. For your free copy, click HERE.
Witch Skip Counting By 2s
Source: I created this activity. For your free copy, click HERE.
I'm only introducing seven of the eleven systems shown in the printable, but still, for them I think that's a lot. The kiddos will match up the cards with manipulatives that represent each system.
My Human Skeleton Book
Source: These free printable for this activity can be found at Montessori Workjobs.
USA Spider Chart
I liked this match up activity, because not only were the kids learning the difference between different spiders, but they were also learning the danger risks of each kind of spider. Basically all I did was take two of these charts, cut up one into individual spider pieces, and have the kiddos use the other to match them up.
Source: This chart can be found at www.termite.com.
Halloween Stamp Activity
Halloween Sensory Bin
Halloween Play Dough, Golf Tees & Spider Balls
There are several steps to this activity. The kiddos will first break off pieces of pumpkin pie scented play dough, roll them into balls and place them in the molds. They will then place golf tees in each of the balls of play dough. To finish they will place the balls on top of the golf tees in a pattern of their choosing. Bulldozer was very intrigued with this activity.
Source: This activity was inspired by an activity at Living Montessori Now.
Spider Hole Punching
Floating Eyeballseyeballs but frankly, I ran out of energy to put it all together. The kiddos will use tongs to remove the eyeballs from the water and place them on the tray. All kiddos will receive prompts to use only one hand while using the tongs.
Source: Inspiration for this activity and a few other math activities in this post came from Counting Coconuts.
We wish you a very Happy and Safe Halloween, for all those celebrating!
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