I know you have probably seen those “you’ve been booed” signs around in different neighborhoods around town. They are fun and definitely festive! I actually don’t live in a neighborhood, but rather set way far back off a busy road. We have neighbors, but not really close by. And their kids are all grown […]
Halloween Teaching Ideas
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I know a principal once who would tell jokes for kids every morning on the announcements. It was a great way to start the day, even though we would hear groans from the students and staff from the corny riddles he shared. Students would then start to bring in their own funny jokes for kids […]
Isn’t funny how our teacher minds NEVER seem to shut off – even when we want them to? LOL! Well, today was a perfect example. I had to take my high schooler to Target to grab some spirit bag items as she has a band competition today, and of course if you are at Target, […]
Nothing earth-shattering to report today, but I did have these adorable Halloween costumed owls on my desktop and I knew I had to make something to share them – they are just too darn cute! So, I created some fun October calendar numbers! Use them for calendar time or any other working with numbers activities […]
Teacher Halloween costumes are usually either allowed per school policy or not. From asking my audience, I have found that the majority of schools still do allow costumes every fall. I looooooove fall. Even when it’s rainy like today and I’m under the blanket. And don’t even get me started on the candy. But – […]
I was feeling pretty inspired today and decided to whip up a fun sorting activity freebie hopefully some of you can use in your classrooms to celebrate the season! I love pumpkins all fall long! They are a good symbol of the season that I don’t have to change in a month’s time. I usually […]
Hey teaching friends! Who else loves fall? I adore the cooler weather, leaves falling, heading to see th Friday Night lights at our local high school football game, hayrides, cornmazes… And don’t even get me started on the food! Cinnamon donuts, apple cider, pumpkin chocolate chip drop cookies, pumpkin rolls, hot chocolate, apple fritters, peanut […]
Hey teaching friends! I was thinking about how quickly the fall seems to be going – for me anyway. And how the holidays seem to be rushing past! I just realized that Halloween is coming in less than a week – ahhhh! In our local area, it seems as though EVERYONE is now having trick […]