This is the third installment of a 3 part series of FREE Halloween worksheets for older kids. Middle school kids and high school kids still love Halloween but finding lessons that you can use with these ages can be rough. This is 31 days of Halloween activities that are sure to be a hit. You can start at the beginning of the series or catch up with days 11-20.
Role-playing games are lots of fun and a great way to get to dress up for the holiday without actually celebrating it. This is an awesome role-playing game featuring Ancient Egypt from Kathleen Applebee.
Poetry is a great way to bring in some Halloween. I always think of those creepy spells. This is a Halloween poetry activity for middle school students from ELA Core Plans.
Looking for something fun that gets their brain going. These Halloween equations from Math Giraffe are part math and part brain teasers.
Are your kids’ fans of The Hunger Games? This is a set of wicked activities based on the series from Tracee Orman.
Have you ever wondered about the history of Halloween? This is a great presentation from the Wise Guys on just that. WIth eye-catching details and creepy fun facts.
Monster Math! Just like the song goes – except with algebraic expressions that have a Halloween twist.
Making a Tombstone. This activity is from the Literary Maven. This creepy addition to your October lessons can be as haunted as they dare.
Grammar can make the nicest ghost grumpy. This Halloween punctuation station from Victoria Moye will help.
Have you ever thought about what you would do if your town was overrun by Halloween monsters? In this activity, that exact scenario is happening and they need you to help identify the monsters in town.
Have you ever played would you rather? Kids will love this Halloween version from Rachel Lynette.
Halloween Trivia anyone? My kids always love to try to play trivia and this Halloween edition is perfect for older kids from Kathy Ho.