Halloween Activity Set
Spook-ta-cular ideas for your classroom!
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
Here's a pumpkin-sized list of fun ways to learn at Halloween. Tour a history of monsters, get up-close-and-personal with bats, and write spooky stories.
Take to the sky and learn all about these creatures: their wings, their fangs, and their terribly sharp claws.
Introduce students to observation, classification, and inference skills while also teaching them how to find and predict patterns.
Roaches! Beetles! Bloodsucking leeches! Try not to crush the critters as you crunch the numbers to solve each math-related question about bugs and insects.
Learn how to craft your own spooky story. This workshop includes writing tips, strategies, and challenges to help you write a mystery. When you're done, you can publish your own mystery online!
Make your own graphic novel with haunted characters and spooky settings.
In this learning activity, students must solve a math-related problem by using clues embedded in a fun, rhyming Halloween poem.
Students will have fun making their very own creatures of the night to help you set a spooky scene in your classroom.
Get in the spirit of Halloween with this festive decoration. These charming ghosts will make your classroom boo-tiful!