Fall is one of the best times of the year to be a teacher; the leaves are changing, the air is crisp and the season is rich in content ideas. That being said, some of us might still be getting into the swing of things and need a little boost.
We wanted to provide you with a list of great seasonal resources from Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT). Every resource listed is under $5.00 (as of this blog’s publish date). Why $5.00? We’re glad you asked!
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Without further ado, here are some TpT treats (who ever said teachers were too old to trick or treat?):
Mathematical Monster Mash, by Teaching with a Mountain View, (Grades 4-7): With 12 pages packed full of mathematical magic, you’ll have an easy time apple-pickin’ from this bunch of activities which include topics from factoring to measuring distance.
Halloween Math Friends, by Games 4 Learning, (Grades 1-4): Learning math doesn’t need to give your little boos and ghouls a fright! Halloween Math Friends uses math strips to help teach addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. There’s something for everybody, as this lesson plan has differentiated lessons!
Halloween STEM Challenges, by Brooke Brown, (Grades 1-5): Your students will have a spooktacular time creating, learning and competing on projects such as pumpkin towers and spider web bridges.
Science Journals: Spooky Science, by Caffeine and Kindergarten, (Grades PreK-3): There are no tricks, only treats with this lesson plan! With 4 spooktastic hands on experiments, students get to put their science skills to the test.
Halloween Writing Project, Jen Bengel, (Grades 2-6): Are your little monsters scared of writing? Then this is just the lesson plan for them! Get them to create and tell stories about a pet monster that even Dr. Frankenstein would be proud of!
Reader’s Theater: Halloween, Deb Hanson, (Grades 4-6): Need a frightfully good way to keep your students engaged with reading and writing? Let them act out these plays, and get the chance to have a boo-rific class discussion.
Day of the Dead Social Studies Mini-Unit, A Page Out of History, (Grades 2-6): Your students won’t have any bones to pick with you after this neat and boo-tiful lesson on the Mexican “Day of the Dead”.
Halloween Gnome Town: Map Skills, TiePlay Educational Resources, (Grades 3-4): Hone your little trick-or-treaters map skills by teaching them how to get around Gnome Town!
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Happy fall y’all!