Halloween Activity Set
Spook-ta-cular ideas for your classroom!
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
Get your classroom in the Halloween spirit with these math and science activities, writing ideas, and crafts. Plus, use our Halloween-themed book lists to find a perfect read-aloud title or scary stories to share with your students for independent reading.
Math and Science Activities for Halloween
Learn all about these fascinating night fliers with fun activities from Scholastic and the American Museum of Natural History.
Introduce students to observation, classification, and inference skills while also teaching them how to find and predict patterns.
Spooky Writing Ideas
Make your own graphic novel with haunted characters and spooky settings in this interactive student activity.
Students get in the Halloween spirit by writing a spooky story that begins with a sentence that the teacher provides.
These Halloween-themed books are perfect for reading in the dark! Find scary stories featuring creepy creatures and your favorite characters, like Clifford and Horrible Harry.
R. L. Stine began his writing career when he was just nine years old, and he hasn't lost his sense of what children love to read. Check out his scary story recommendations for lovers of Goosebumps ... and everyone else!
Students will gain practice in several art skills, including drawing, tracing, and painting.
Students will have fun making their very own creatures of the night to help you set a spooky scene in your classroom.