Friday, October 19, 2012

Fabulous Friday Freebies! Halloween Freebies Part II

Here is part II of the Halloween edition of Fabulous Friday Freebies! If you missed part I, check it out here. Otherwise, look before for some fun freebies for your little classroom ghosts and goblins.

First is this fantastic Halloween descriptive writing pack I found after checking out all the links on our favorite freebie linky party. I was impressed with a freebie of this length (20 pages) and the pages are very high quality. This lesson is recommended for 4th-6th grade.

For younger children that might be scared by most Halloween themes, this set of monster visual direction cards would be a fun way to incorporate friendly monsters into your classroom this year. Each monster has various cues to help remind students of their expectations.

If you are looking for a fun artistic activity, here are two free roll a dice drawing games. In one game you can draw a monster by rolling the dice and in the other you can create a jack-o-lantern. These type of activities help with students who get stuck on thinking of new and creative ideas and makes drawing more unpredictable.

This set of Halloween themed would you rather questions are perfect for a variety of ages. You can use these for a brain break, to start classroom discussions, as journal prompts/starters, or even answer the questions in small groups for team building.

Lastly, this science experiment idea is a fun twist on a classic science experiment. See all the details here! I can't imagine a student that would not have fun with this activity.

Thanks for checking out our Fabulous Friday Freebies!

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