These holiday themed cutting practice activities help kids develop scissor skills. They’re a fun addition to Preschool, PreK and Kindergarten fine motor centers.
These Halloween math activities are such a fun addition to October centers! The math centers cover skills such as counting, number identification, colors, patterning, measurement and shapes. They’re suitable for kids in Preschool, Pre-K and Kindergarten.
These Halloween math centers are such a fun addition to October activities! The math centers cover skills such as comparing numbers, more and less, addition and subtraction! They’re best suited to kids in Kindergarten.
These Halloween writing activities include seven fun Halloween craft templates! Kids can make a Frankenstein, witch, ghost, Jack-o’-lantern, haunted house, scarecrow and bat. They’re suitable for kids in preschool, kindergarten, first grade and second grade.
These Halloween feelings activities help kids learn to identify basic emotions. The Halloween activities include a set of playdough mats and worksheets. These are a fun addition to Halloween centers in Pre-K, Preschool and Kindergarten!
This dramatic play center features a “Magic School” for pretend wizards and witches. It’s a perfect addition to Halloween activities, but can be used all year round too. It’s suitable for kids in Pre-K, Kindergarten and First Grade. Although I’m sure many older students (and adults) will enjoy playing in this area too. 😊
These spider addition activities are a fun addition to math centers in Pre-K, Kindergarten or First Grade. You can adapt the sums to suit the learning needs of the kids.
These free kindergarten literacy activities are a fun addition to Halloween centers. They help kids learn to sound out and spell CVC words such as “cat” and “web”. They’re suitable for kids in preschool too.
These pumpkin place value activities are a great addition to math centers. The cute pumpkin and witch hat theme makes it a perfect Halloween math activity too! They’re great for kids in kindergarten and first grade.
These monster measurement cards help kids learn to measure using non-standard units such as cubes. They’re a fun addition to Pre-K, Preschool and Kindergarten math or Halloween centers.