Thursday, October 24, 2013

Halloween Badges

Halloween Badges
There are 4 sheets of 6 badges- 2 in color and 2 in black and white. Print the black and white sheets on white paper to save ink and have your students color them.  You can also print the black and white sheets on orange paper.  The badges can be printed in color, too. They can be worn as badges or used as rewards, glued or stapled onto corrected assignments and homework, left on or inside desks as surprises, and used as gift tags, notes or pencil toppers.
Happy Halloween! 

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Enter if you Dare! Poster

I LOVE Halloween! Can you tell?  I just made this door sign this morning.
The "Enter if you Dare" poster is 11” x 17”. Print it on cardstock (a thicker paper), if possible, and laminate it for years of use. Most office supply stores will print this size poster for $1 or less. Then post it on your classroom, house (or office) door during the month of October. Happy Halloween!

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

New! Free! "It's Halloween!" Digital Scrapbooking Kit!

Kim Brodelet picked a fun color swatch for her Colour Challenge this month. She picked colors that could be used for fall or Halloween, even though they don't celebrate Halloween in her country. I thought that was so sweet and thoughtful of her! This is the color swatch she made:
We have to use at east 4 of the colors. Usually I use all of them, but this month I used 4 and  a couple of my own. This is what I came up with:
You can grab "It's Halloween!" free through October 31, 2013. I hope you like it and can use it. If you snag it, please leave me a note. I'd also love to see what you do with it! My email address is in the file. Happy Halloween! 

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

FREE Halloween Handwriting Assessment

Free Halloween Handwriting AssessmentThis sentence has every letter in the alphabet in it. Use it for a quick and fun handwriting assessment during October or anytime!


Can you tell I like Halloween? This Boo Banner is free. Click on the title to go to the download. Print the 5 pieces on cardstock (a thicker paper), if possible, and laminate them for years of use. Tape a long piece of string to the backs of the pieces and hang the banner across a doorway, bulletin board, chalkboard or your fireplace! If you grab it, please leave me a message. Happy Halloween! J

Thursday, October 3, 2013

FREE Pumpkin Math Activity Sheet

Free Pumpkin Math Activity Sheet
Use this FREE sheet for a fun math lesson using a real pumpkin. You will need a bathroom scale, a tape measure, a knife and scoop, newspapers , and a REAL PUMPKIN. See if any of your students can think of a fast way to count the seeds (by 2s, 5s, 10s, etc.).  Click on the link above to get it for FREE. Have fun!