Halloween Games for the Classroom


Can you guess what I am going to be for Halloween?  My husband, and two of our friends are running a 5K on Halloween and it's a costume run, so we are going to be minions!  We made these shirts this weekend, and I love how they turned out!  There may or may not be a blue tutu to go with it :)  I'm NOT crafty at all, so this was a win.

I love these teacher ideas for Halloween costumes, so in case you haven't decided yet, you may find a fun idea here!

Speaking of Halloween, don't miss out on the "Trick-or-Treat" blog hop going on now until the 31st. Learn some "tricks" of the trade, grab freebie "treats" and enter in giveaways at almost 50 blogs! There is some amazing stuff out there!

So, let's talk Halloween in the classroom.  Chaotic, right?  It doesn't have to be.  You can do some really fun activities AND keep pluggin' away at those common core skills and learning targets.

First, to get you started, you'll want to download my free "Halloween in a SNAP" Planning Guide. It's loaded with clickable links to resources, games, activities, snack ideas, and more to cover every content area.

Next, grab the following FREE game resources that are available exclusively here on the blog to help spice up your instruction this week.  Some of these resources are also included in the planning guide, but I wanted to highlight a couple that are available exclusively here on the blog.

All you have to do is create words that you want your students to figure out using the alphabet key.  You can do Halloween themed words, regular vocabulary words, or a word that might help introduce a lesson.
Grab your "Spooky Alphabet" here.

Another blog exclusive freebie, is this SCOOT game for comparing and ordering numbers:

I loved this idea from Kindergarten and Mooneyisms:

So I created a Halloween version:
Snag it for free exclusively on the blog here.

Finally, here are two freebies available at my TpT store:

 And here are two that are available for only $3.00 each.

Happy planning!