Introducing…Our Halloween Literacy and Math Pack!

The kids are back to school, the leaves are getting ready to turn, and pumpkin flavored lattes are plentiful, which can only mean one thing: fall and Halloween are just around the corner.

Kids playing in leaves

We have released our Halloween pack on Teachers Pay Teachers just in time for the month of October, and it’s filled with literacy and math activities and lessons. Without further adieu, here’s a look inside the pack and how to use it:

Math Pack title page

We know how busy classroom life is, so each activity has a clear description and step-by-step instructions:

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Also included in the pack are the Common Core curriculum and the Ontario Curriculum strands links:

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Now, let’s take a look at some of the resources in the pack:

How to Carve a Pumpkin

This adorable activity practises procedural writing! You can model this activity in a whole class setting and then have students complete their own  in the classroom or for homework.

Monster Measurement Height (Grade 2)

This Monster Measurement activity pretty much speaks for itself and the terrifyingly adorable images are sure to be popular with your little learners!

Other activities include letter writing, word searches, colour by number addition/subtraction, and more! We hope that you enjoy all of the spookily-terrific resources in this pack!

For more fabulous resources,  please visit our Teachers Pay Teachers store, contact Ruth Rumack’s Learning Space at 416.925.1225, or visit our website.

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