Halloween Blog Hop {Freebies!}

Looking for creative ideas to incorporate Halloween into your classroom? This blog hop has tons of teacher ideas that you can stuff in your cauldron for your classroom lessons.

It’s a not even Halloween yet, but I’m going to fill your pumpkin with TONS of classroom goodies!
(Make sure you read all the way to the bottom so you can hop on over to the next blogger!)
My kids recently learned about character traits so I decided to create an activity to bring some Halloween spirit to the hallways!
To read how I integrate character traits into my character traits lesson
Click {HERE}


To download this FREEBIE
Click {HERE}
Another FAVORITE fall activity of mine is when we reinforce adjectives.
I place chart paper around the room and place a picture of a halloween costume in the center of it.
I turn on Monster Mash music and the kids complete a gallery walk writing all the adjectives they can think of to describe the halloween costume on the paper.
When the music stops, they move to the next table!
**I did not offer a free download of the costumes because they were just pulled from the internet** I hope you understand! 🙂
But wait, there’s MORE free goodies to grab!
To snag a free game from my
click the image below!
a Rafflecopter giveawayDon’t let these ideas get away from you!
Pin the image below so you can remember them for next year!


Knock on the door to see who you will be Trick-or-Treating with next! Get your treat bag ready, I have a feeling you’ll need it again!
{Click on the door image below.}



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2 Comment

  1. Reply
    October 5, 2015 at 1:16 pm


    I love your pumpkin character trait activity. What a CUTE and easy activity to implement at any age!! Can't wait to share it with others! 🙂

    Thanks for participating!

    Primary Polka Dots

  2. Reply
    Amber from TGIF (Third Grade is Fun)
    October 6, 2015 at 3:06 am

    I had never heard of the acronym STEAL for character traits! I am so stealing it! LOL. Thanks so much. I love learning new things for my classroom!

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