Thursday, October 24, 2013

Gettin' my Halloween on!!

Hi Teacher Bits and Bobs Buddies!! Kerri B here...
Is anyone else excited about Halloween, like me? Usually, I am all bah humbug about this holiday, but for some reason this year, I am all kinds of excited about it! My daughter and her 2 friends are going to be ROCK, PAPER, and SCISSORS, so I will be making one FABULOUS rock costume next week! Any tips for me??

I found these ADORABLE mustache Converse on a few weeks ago...
so I have decided to have my costume be one giant mustache from head to toe! Mustache shirt, mustache PJ pants, mustache shoes, even mustache accessories! 

Here are some fun little centers to get your students into the spirit of All Hallows Eve- My "Spooktacular Literacy and Math Centers"!

I have to say that these centers are pretty darn cute, and my Firsties  love them! They went B-A-N-A-N-A-S last year for these bad boys!

Here's what you get...
I will be incorporating these little spookylicious centers into the next 2 weeks of the Halloween madness!!

Click on any picture above if you would like to embrace the madness as well! :)

Finally, here is a little Monster Catcher FREEBIE that I will be doing in Math Centers next week in order to promote Halloween a little bit more...It's a monster catcher! This 2 page math activity has students write addition sentences to show how many heads, eyes, arms, legs, etc. their monster will have, and then draw it in the jar. I think they will dig it, and they can practice their addition at the same time!! Click on the jar to get a copy~

See ya, Peeps!!
XOXO Kerri B


Jan said...

Love all the Halloween ideas- thanks for sharing the cute Monster catcher:-)

Fluttering Through First Grade said...

Kerri we love the Halloween madness! We adopt the "if you can't beat em-join em!" It's a great opportunity to use season critters to get them engaged in learning. Fabulous ideas!

And we LOVE your mustache shoesies!

Rock costume=maybe a gray or white garbage bag or large pillow case stuffed so it's big and round. Paint accents on to make it look like a rock. Gray wig, black make-up smeared on face for a dirty look? You will have to post pictures and share what you came up with.

~Christy & Tammy
Fluttering Through First Grade

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