Spider Web Toss Game
I'm sure you've already heard a gazillion times from your students what they are going to be for Halloween, or what party they will be going to on Halloween night (because thank GOODNESS Halloween is on a Saturday this year!)
I've got one fun game you can play with your students that can be used for ANY content area or skill AND only takes minutes to set up:
An easy Spider Web Toss game! All you need is some black electrical tape and a list of questions based on your topic. You will tape up your "web" on the floor like this:
You will want to make the web large enough that students can stand around. Then, divide students into (up to) six teams and have them stand around the web like shown above.
Teams take turns tossing a bean bag (or similar object) onto the web. They aim for their bean bag to land in the 10, 20, or 30 section of the web.
Then, the teacher gives the the team a question based on the section the bean bag landed in.
That's pretty much it! You could use this game format as part of your fall/Halloween classroom parties, OR set it up now in your classroom and use it all month long for different topics.
Let me know if you give it a try!