We are now in our second month of school – woohoo, we’re surviving! October brings lots of fun learning opportunities and I’d like to share with you a few of my favourite Halloween downloads. I think they’re pretty perfect for the classroom, home school room, family room and daycare room alike.
First up – a 15 page Halloween themed activity packet for children in grades K-2. These fun Halloween downloads are great for morning work throughout the month. I like that a good chunk of these Halloween downloads can be completed alone or together with a partner – it’s really up to preference how you’d like used. This packet is comprised of fun math and English language arts activities that students love to do.
A special Halloween packet for students in Kindergarten to Grade Two is also available in a Canadian version. It entails worksheets that involve colouring by words/numbers/adding/subtracting as well as counting to 100, matching, rhyming, patterning, and creative writing.
Another great activity is this fall themed word scramble…and don’t fret – it comes with its own answer key
Finally, here is a really sweet 12 page interactive emergent reader for preschool children (ages 2-5) with a Halloween theme. Simply print, cut, staple and color the pages together with the children. The story follows the familiar rhythm of “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you See?”
I hope you enjoy these Autumn & Halloween downloads for October as much as I do! Happy teaching, everyone!
School is back in full swing and fall is definitely upon us. Here are a few great classroom downloads (also perfect for home school, families and daycare) for the month of September that I thought would be nice to share with you.
First up – 20 page substitute teacher plans for first and second grade teachers. These are also great for morning work activities and on days when you have limited students present (ie. snow days). Each pack is comprised of math and English language arts activities.
Another great resource is this fantastic student weekly behavior chart! It is the perfect tool for communicating students’ daily behavior (both positive and negative) to parents. In addition, this would make a great behavior management tool for strictly home use too! Simply fill it out at night before bed as you chat with your child about their day. Couple it with a reward at the end of the week to motivate your child to behave appropriately all week long! Note – a copy of this download is also available with the Canadian spelling of “behavior”.
Here is a really sweet 12 page interactive emergent reader for young children (ages 2-5) about Fall. Simply print, cut, staple and color the pages with your students/children. The story follows the familiar rhythm of “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you See?”
I hope you enjoy these Classroom downloads for September as much as I do! Happy Fall, everyone!