Story Sequencing Activities With Pictures For The Fall Season
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Story Sequencing Activities With Pictures For The Fall Season

Sequencing is a very typical skill to practice in elementary school –especially in kindergarten, first, and second grade. At the same time, the fall can be such a busy and exciting time for students (and their teachers and parents). Combining picture sequencing activities with a fall theme is a perfect way to marry the two!…

Halloween Scavenger Hunt for Kids Printable {Free!}
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Halloween Scavenger Hunt for Kids Printable {Free!}

After quite the year, the festive season is finally upon us! Halloween kicks off three months of nonstop holiday celebrations in our house, especially this year. We are fortunate to have pretty mild weather in October, so I put together this Halloween Scavenger Hunt printable for my kids to use while we walk around the neighborhood…

Halloween Bingo Game Printables For Kids- Pre-Filled Bingo Cards + Optional Cut and Paste Board
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Halloween Bingo Game Printables For Kids- Pre-Filled Bingo Cards + Optional Cut and Paste Board

Since we’ve been home so much, I’ve been looking for every excuse possible to celebrate and make things special. We are doing Halloween BIG this year! These Halloween Bingo Game printables are one of many festive Halloween activities I have planned for my boys. Halloween Bingo games are great for Halloween parties, but for the…

Halloween Bookmarks for Kids Printable
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Halloween Bookmarks for Kids Printable

Halloween is such a fun holiday for kids. The decorations, the costumes, the candy — what’s not to love?! Anytime you can incorporate learning and literacy into a holiday activity, I’m all for it — which is where these Halloween bookmarks for kids come in. My son is pretty obsessed with chameleons, so I made…

I-Spy Halloween Activity for Preschool & Elementary School Students
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I-Spy Halloween Activity for Preschool & Elementary School Students

My kids (a preschooler and two elementary schoolers) LOVE playing I-Spy.  “I spy with my little eye, something… ORANGE!”  They also love the Eye Spy / Look-and-find books. Starting around age two, these activities have been popular in our house. My oldest is eight and he’s still very much into them, with no end in…