This picks up on day 11. If you are interested in days 1-10 check out the Halloween Worksheets & Activities post. Let’s get started.
This activity uses videos on YouTube as the base on urban legends and Halloween traditions.
This one is from JillSmithMott and it is full of creepy fun. She created a game of fears featuring all the Halloween vocabulary you would ever need about phobias. This would be a great way to get the inspiration for a creative writing story.
Sometimes you need something silly and fun. This Halloween word search and sentence starter is a great way to burn off some steam and have a little fun.
Have you thought about using stem challenge cards? This is a set of 16 FREE Halloween STEM challenge cards.
Word problems are not the most popular math topic, but if you can infuse them with Halloween the kids might not mind. These are some Halloween word problems for middle school students from Sarah Keeling.
Caramel Apple Teacher is sharing her free bell work review for language arts. I love this quick review pages to help keep skills sharp for math and language arts.
Are you using informational texts? This batty text is a great way to address literacy standards in your science lessons.
Bats have lots of spooky connotations but they are actually great assets to their ecosystems. Halloween is a perfect time to dispell some of those bat myths.
Poetry can be a bore, but with this Halloween slant, you can teach poetry analysis skills with a witchy slant. This is from Diane’s Language Diner and includes the classic poem.
Students love forensics and Halloween is a great time to talk about blood splatter (even framed against how to make haunted houses and things more realistic). This a blood splatter lab from The Science Source.