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October Teacher Talk 3

Posted by Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

It’s BOO-tober and time for October Teacher Talk. Getting ready for Halloween and other Autumn holidays, you don’t want to miss this issue of Teacher Talk. So hurry on over to see what these creative educators have to say for this month.

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Journals: From a Kid’s Point of View

By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning

Part one of a blog series about journaling, as told by fourth graders!

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BOO-Tober Time for Sensory Poetry

By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

It’s BOOtober and the perfect time to get those creative juices flowing in your 5-8 grade students. Fall is the perfect season for this. Can’t you just hear the rustling of leaves under your feet, or the howling wind as the days begin to grow colder. How about biting into that first crisp red apple of the season. I just love Macouns, my tongue waters as I think about the tart sweetness of my favorite fruit.

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BOO! MEOW! EEK! WHHOO! HA-HA-HA!

By Gini Musmanno of Reading Spotlight

The natural rhythm of songs and poetry enhances fluency, especially for beginning and struggling readings. Add fun with sound effects and then add even more fun by recording the results!

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Multiply the Fun

By Kathie Yonemura of Tried and True Teaching Tools

Combine task cards with QR code and students BEG to practice multiplication!

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Make Math FUN this Halloween!

By Sara Snyder of Snyder Classroom


Make Math FUN this Halloween with these engaging Math Riddles! Each problem corresponds to a letter that helps to solve the riddle at the bottom of the page. My students love these!

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3 Ways for AAC Users to Get their Game Face On

By Susan Berkowitz of Susan Berkowitz

If you’re looking for some fun and spooky Halloween activities for speech-language therapy, here are some ideas for you, and a free resource, too.

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Halloween STEM Challenge: Ghosts in the Graveyard

By Kerry Tracy of Kerry Tracy

Keep your kids engaged this Halloween with spooky STEM challenges!

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Pumpkin Themed Activities and Resources

By Alison Monk of the Literacy Garden

It’s that time of year again! Pumpkin mania!! Yes, I am also quite a fan of everything PUMPKIN. I love the soothing taste of a Pumpkin Spice Chai Tea or the delightful aroma of pumpkin scented soaps and air fragrances. And don’t forget the pumpkin roll with the cream cheese filling!!! So, now that you are drooling with me, how about some pumpkin ideas for your home and classroom?

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Math Routines to Boost Student Achievement

By Shametria Routt of The Routty Math Teacher

Check out four classroom routines that will allow you to use your time both effectively and efficiently, increase critical thinking skills, and boost student achievement at the same time. This series highlights four of my favorite routines: starters, number talks, math talks, and daily problem solving. These routines are tried and true and through this series I share how I made them work for me and my students in my own classroom. 

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Positive Behavioral Supports for PreK Classrooms

By Thia Triggs of Print Path

As I began working on a new Visual Schedule project for PreK, I did a little digging into research-based practices to support positive behaviors in preschool classrooms. What did I find? 

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Setting Up Captivating Stations

By Mary Moore of Moore Resources

As I was considering how to do these and captivate interest, I decided to utilize my new ‘math stations idea’ and create ” Colorful Captivating Station Bags”. To create these great engaging station bags….read more at MMooreEducationalResources.com/blog

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Be a Pumpkin Detective – Math

By Sparking Children’s Thinkibility

Grades Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

Be inspired by Pumpkins! 

How many seeds are in a pumpkin?

Ask your friends and family to estimate.

Estimation is a tricky concept but it is an important skill that is very useful when you go shopping.

This booklet contains a range of worksheets, some that require basic number skills, while others are a bit more complex.

Fun activities where the children are asked to make up their own math problems. Children often enjoy creating their own problems. This approach requires a deeper reflection upon numbers and basic arithmetic operations as compared to only providing an answer.

Pumpkin-inspired multiplication and division cards. Students can make their own problems.

1. Make a tally – How many seeds are in a pumpkin?

2. Add and give away pumpkins

3. Building blocks

4. Make up your own problems

5. Multiplication and division cards.

Color and black and white versions.

Link to Be a Pumpkin Detective Math


By Sparking Children’s Thinkibility

Grades Kindergarten -4th Grade

Be inspired by Halloween! 

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I have packed several different types of activities in this package. Lots of fun and engaging math problems, biomimicry, and creative writing prompts.

1. Spot bats, toadstools, and treats.

Fun activities where the children are asked to make up their own math problems. Children often enjoy creating their own problems. This approach requires a deeper reflection upon numbers and basic arithmetic operations as compared to only providing an answer.

Halloween inspired multiplication and division cards. Students can make their own problems. Color and black and white versions.

2. Invent a toy inspired by jumping spiders.

Enter the fascinating world of spooky animals and tasty vegetables – from spiders to aye-aye with a witch-like long bony middle finger. Use the observations to design toys and solve problems.

Lessons about biomimicry require a brave approach to teaching since there is a move away from an approach where teachers are asking questions and looking for quick answers. Instead, young learners are given an opportunity to shape and explore their own ideas. Biomimicry and bioinspiration are constantly evolving and new ideas are explored to solve problems and designing innovations.

 

3. 16 writing prompts

Link to Spooky – Math, STEAM – Biomimicry, Writing Prompts


FREE LESSON- Boo! Eeek! Whhhoo! Ha-Ha-Ha!

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Reading poetry helps students improve fluency because the natural rhythm of most poems enhances ease of expression. Adding sound effects to group or individual Halloween readings incorporates pleasure into reading aloud, often a difficult task for beginning and struggling readers. Then throw in even more levity by…

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Halloween Tracing Lines Fun ~ Fine Motor Skills Tracing Cards Set”

by D P Sharpe

Pre-Kindergarten – Kindergarten

 

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Tracing different types of lines is one of the early development skills that kids need to prepare for writing. The fun and colorful activities featured in this fun pack will help your little ones develop the muscles needed for early handwriting success.

They will allow younger students to trace lines in a variety of strokes and paths that will help increase their fine motor tracing skills. Your children will have fun as they are provided with these interactive opportunities for them to enhance their Preschool and kindergarten Fine Motor Skills.

These entertaining Halloween activities are excellent for young children as young as 2 years old and preschoolers. It is an excellent product for preschool, but this set can also be used for your kindergarten student who may need extra fine motor skill development.

Enclosed in your download you will find 12 wipe off color mat strips which can be placed on rings for your students. Thanks for downloading and enjoy.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Sensationally Spooky Words – Halloween Word List”

by Core Inspiration by Laura Santos

1st – 5th Grade

 

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A word list filled with spooky words. Great for writing projects during the Halloween season.

Easy to print and add to any writer’s notebook, personal dictionary or word collector’s notebook.

The adorable festive design also makes this an ideal display for your classroom writing center.

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Jack O Lantern Fraction Freebie”

by Activities by Jill

5th – 8th Grade

 

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Welcome autumn with this fall freebie!

Your students will add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions to figure out the Halloween joke.

“What do you use to fix a jack-o-lantern?”

You might like to pair this activity with one of the following:
Fraction Calculation Puzzle
Fraction Calculation Bundle (Individualized)
Fraction Operations MATHO
Fraction Task Cards
Festive Fractions QR Code Task Cards

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Witch I Can Draw I Can Write Halloween Fun Pack”

by KinderKay

Pre-Kindergarten – 1st Grade

 

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Children follow the step by step directions for drawing a witch.
When they are finished, they write about their picture.
Word wall word cards are included to aid in spelling.
2 styles of writing paper are included.

This can be put in a literacy center or used as an enrichment activity for those students who finish their work early and need something fun and educational to do!
It also can be used as a directed drawing lesson in a large or small group setting.
A cover page is included if you would like to bind the pages together and use as a class book.

This witch is a sample of the characters that are included in my FALL FUN packet. If your students enjoy creating this witch, check out the packet for more fall fun drawing and writing!

 

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Trick or Cheesy Halloween Math Stations”

by D Conway

Pre-Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

 

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Grab a few boxes of Kraft’s “Trick or Cheesy” Halloween Mac and Cheese and you’ll have three instant games to use in your Math Stations. Skills include graphing, making tally marks and using tens frames. Happy Halloween!

 

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Fall Shape FREEBIE!”

by A Neighborhood Kindergarten

Pre-Kindergarten -Kindergarten

 

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Cute vocabulary cards to help teach shapes during the Fall! Perfect for Halloween! If you like these, be sure to check out the full set of Fall shape centers and activities in my tpt shop!

 

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “FREE Halloween No Prep Variety Activities Pack, Alphabets, Math, Games”

by AcademicClassroom

Pre-Kindergarten – 3rd Grade

 

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This FREE Workbook is awesome for engaging children in fun learning activities. EACH PAGE IS DESIGNED WITH A HALLOWEEN THEME. Your student will have a great time completing each worksheet!

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✔ Word (Hero) Finder Page 1 (30) words K-3

✔ Word (Hero) Finder Page 2 (20) words K-3

✔ Word (Hero) Finder Answer Sheet

✔ Counting Worksheet Page 1 K-1

✔ Counting Worksheet Page 2 K-1

✔ Coloring Worksheet Page 1 P-K

✔ Coloring Worksheet Page 2 P-K

✔ Game Worksheet Tic-Tac-Toe K-3

✔ Game Worksheet Dots K-3

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Free Preview ~ Monster Multiplication {3 Bingo Dabber Print and Play Games}”

by Carrie Lutz

2nd – 4th Grade

 

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Monster Multiplication will motivate your students to practice their facts. My students love using bingo dabbers. The will play math games during indoor recess if there are bingo dabbers involved! 🙂
This is an easy fact fluency station. Just print, add bingo dabbers, a sharpened pencil and a paperclip and you’re ready to go!
I hope your students enjoy this the way mine do!

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Tangram Puzzles: Trick-or-Treat Monsta-Grams”

by Little Smarticle Particles

Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

 

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Fun Halloween monster tangram puzzles in two different sizes. Great for big hands and little!

 

 

 

 

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Halloween FREE ABC 123”

by Linda Post – The Teacher’s Post

Pre-Kindergarten – 1st Grade

 

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Halloween FREE Literacy Center Activities

★ Halloween FREE ABC 123

★ Matching Upper and Lower Case Letters and Counting to 20 and Award Certificates

★ 4 Ways to Play – 72 different Halloween Costumes in All

★ Halloween costume graphics with the lower case letters of the alphabet match up to other Halloween costume graphics with the upper case letters.

★ Numbers 1-20 to arrange in order as well.

★ Optional recording sheets for students to write the alphabet and the numbers.

★ 6 Different Spooktacular Award Certificates at various levels.

Pages 1-2 – these directions & Seller Info
Pages 3-5 -Halloween costume graphics with lower case letters and numbers 1-10
Pages 6-8 – Halloween costume graphics with upper case letters and numbers 11-20
Pages 9-11 – Optional recording sheets
Pages 12-14 – 6 Different Spooktacular Award Certificates at Different Levels

Cut the sheets on the paper cutter into 12 square cards each.

Ways to Use

1. Match the upper case letters to the lower case letters.
2. Arrange the lower case letters in alphabetical order.
3. Arrange the upper case letters in alphabetical order.
4. Arrange the cards in order for numbers
5. 1-10 or 1-20.
6. Print the upper and lower case letters.
7. Print the numerals 1-20.

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Halloween Candy Corn Compound Words Puzzles – 96 Compound Words – Self Correcting!
8 sets with 12 different compound words in each set. 20 Page Download
Answer keys, 4 optional recording sheets and 4 awards are included. 1 blank set of candy corn puzzles and answer cards in case you’d like to make some additional compound words you need.

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Halloween Counting and Skip Counting Activities – 30 Page Download – 60 Different Trick or Treaters make this activity perfect for a Halloween review of counting and skip counting by ones, twos, fives and tens to 100.


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Easy Assembly – 12 books in all-8 Pages Per Book – Use for guided reading, and send home for extra practice.

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Halloween Sight Words Literacy Centers Game Board Activities – 5 Different Game Boards Set 1 – All Halloween Themed – Contains spinners, gameboards, recording sheets, and awards. This file contains 5 different Halloween game boards for the first 100 Dolch sight vocabulary words. I have included 6 spinners.


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Halloween Spook-tacular Contractions Literacy Center Activities– Recording Sheets and Award –
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Halloween Spook-tacular Synonyms Literacy Centers – Recording Sheets & Award (60 pairs of synonyms) and 60 Trick or Treaters in different costumes match up to Halloween houses for trick or treat!
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Halloween Trick or Treat Onset Rime DIBELS Literacy Center Activities – Level 1 – Match each Trick or Treater to a Halloween House to make a word… Real or Nonsense? Prints nicely in color or grayscale. All c-v-c words and some cc-v-c words, but you do not have to use the consonant digraphs for onsets.
23 Page Download – 3 Ways to Play – 24 different Trick or Treaters with onsets (beginning sounds and digraphs) match up to a variety of Halloween houses with rimes (–at, -ip, um, ed, ot, etc.). Optional recording sheets for students to write the cvc onset rime words they form. Play as a simple pick a Trick or Treater and match it to a Halloween House with a rime that forms a word. OR play “Real or Nonsense?” Trick or Treater onset cards can be placed in a decorated copy paper lid (Halloween scenery for sides inside and out provided). I have a Level 2 Version that you can find in my products listings. It can be added to set one gradually to make the activity more difficult and differentiate students’ practice.

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Halloween SPOOKtacular! Trick or Treat Literacy Center Activities – Level 2 –
Onset Rime – Match each Trick or Treater to a Halloween House to make a word… Real or Nonsense? 48 onsets and 84 rimes- Prints nicely in color or grayscale. 34 Page Download – 3 Ways to Play – 48 different Trick or Treaters with onsets (beginning sounds, digraphs, blends and trigraphs) match up to a variety of Halloween houses with more complex rimes than in set 1 (–ear, -ight, ain, eat, end, etc.). Optional recording sheets for students to write the words they form. Play as a simple pick a Trick or Treater and match it to a Halloween House with a rime that forms a word. OR play “Real or Nonsense?” Trick or Treater onset cards can be placed in a decorated copy paper lid (Halloween scenery for sides inside and out provided). I have a Level 1 Version (a smaller file and only $2.95) that you can find in my products listings. It can be combined with this set to make it easier for students who have a difficult time with this level. It contains just short vowel c-v-c words. Adding this set will allow you to truly differentiate.


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FREE – Halloween Literacy Center Activities – Matching Upper and Lower Case Letters and Counting to 20 and Award Certificates – 14 Page Download – 4 Ways to Play – 72 different Halloween Costumes in All –
Halloween costume graphics with the lower case letters of the alphabet match up to other Halloween costume graphics with the upper case letters. Numbers 1-20 to arrange in order as well. Optional recording sheets for students to write the alphabet and the numbers. 6 Different Spooktacular Award Certificates at various levels.

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Halloween Mini Candy Bar Wrappers – FREE!”

by Lisa Frase

Pre-Kindergarten – 12th Grade

 

Halloween Mini Candy Bar Wrappers

 

This pdf file contains a set of 10 miniature candy bar wrappers for Halloween. Simply print, cut, and wrap the wrappers around a mini candy bar. They are great for treats for your class, trick or treaters, faculty meetings, parties, and more!

For more mini candy bar wrappers and teacher created resources visit http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Lisa-Frase-12/Products

 

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Halloween “Easyart” Strip Pumpkin”

by ART ACTION -Laurie Carpenter
Kindergarten – 5th Grade

 

Strip Pumpkin

 

What is more fun than a pumpkin at Halloween? This easy, free, Halloween seat work craftivity for elementary age students will make them happy and want to create even more projects for the holiday. So, if you enjoyed this lesson plan, there are many more in my store. Go to:
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FREE MATH LESSON – “Ghost Odd or Even FREEBIE!”

by Love of First

Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

 

Ghost Odd or Even

 

This pocket chart sort activity makes for a great math center to reinforce the concepts of ODD and EVEN numbers.

Students must sort the numbers into the correct haunted house.

A follow up printable is included. This can be used with the center or separately to assess students’ understanding of the concept.

Check out my other Halloween Resources:
Halloween Cut and Glue Sentences
Halloween Word Problems
Halloween Math Centers
October Calendar Pieces

Enjoy!
Love of First 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Language Arts – Frankenstein Unit (complete – NO PREP)

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https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Frankenstein-Unit-No-prep-1758417

 

This unit has been created with the teacher in mind. The material is geared toward senior students with a focus on the construction of arguments. It also teaches the importance of historical context as well as literary allusions in the development of themes.

The thinking has all been done for you. The lesson plans are detailed and comprehensive. The student guide is visually appealing and facilitates the teacher’s job. In addition, the answer key is comprehensive and detailed. All the teacher needs to do is to purchase this unit and photocopy it.

Take a look at the preview for more information.

What the unit contains:

1) The Teacher Package (17 pages)

-contains 21 detailed lessons (60-90 minute lessons)
-leading discussion questions and skill building activities (with detailed instructions for the teacher)
-important chapter notes on analysis
-the teacher package helps the teacher stay on task and stay organized because the planning has been done for you.

2) The Student Package (11 pages)

-pre-reading activity
-study guide questions
-a fact sheet regarding the Prometheus myth
-an activity on the use of nature in romantic literature
-an activity based on the symbols in the novel
-several activities that teach argument development
-an activity on theme development

3) A comprehensive answer key (25 pages)

-detailed answers for ALL student activities and work
-an annotate copy of the poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” and activity answer key.

4) Also included:

-a PowerPoint introducing the novel’s historical context and the author
-class posters with key elements in the novel
-a copy of “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”

5) Various evaluations are also included: ALL EVALUATIONS ARE IN WORD DOCUMENTS IN ORDER TO MODIFY FOR CLASSROOM NEEDS.
– Test on letters 1-4 and chapters 1-10 (choice between multiple choice OR development questions)
-Test on chapters 11-18 (choice between multiple choice OR development questions)
-Unit evaluation (Choice between and essay, a debate, a unit test – all work process is included)
ANSWER KEYS AND EVALUATION GRIDS ARE INCLUDED FOR ALL EVALUATIONS.

*As a bonus, I have included two automatic comment generators for Word documents (with drop down boxes.)This unit has been created with the teacher in mind. The material is geared toward senior students with a focus on the construction of arguments. It also teaches the importance of historical context as well as literary allusions in the development of themes.

The thinking has all been done for you. The lesson plans are detailed and comprehensive. The student guide is visually appealing and facilitates the teacher’s job. In addition, the answer key is comprehensive and detailed. All the teacher needs to do is to purchase this unit and photocopy it.

Take a look at the preview for more information.

What the unit contains:

1) The Teacher Package (17 pages)

-contains 21 detailed lessons (60-90 minute lessons)
-leading discussion questions and skill building activities (with detailed instructions for the teacher)
-important chapter notes on analysis
-the teacher package helps the teacher stay on task and stay organized because the planning has been done for you.

2) The Student Package (11 pages)

-pre-reading activity
-study guide questions
-a fact sheet regarding the Prometheus myth
-an activity on the use of nature in romantic literature
-an activity based on the symbols in the novel
-several activities that teach argument development
-an activity on theme development

3) A comprehensive answer key (25 pages)

-detailed answers for ALL student activities and work
-an annotate copy of the poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” and activity answer key.

4) Also included:

-a PowerPoint introducing the novel’s historical context and the author
-class posters with key elements in the novel
-a copy of “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”

5) Various evaluations are also included: ALL EVALUATIONS ARE IN WORD DOCUMENTS IN ORDER TO MODIFY FOR CLASSROOM NEEDS.
– Test on letters 1-4 and chapters 1-10 (choice between multiple choice OR development questions)
-Test on chapters 11-18 (choice between multiple choice OR development questions)
-Unit evaluation (Choice between and essay, a debate, a unit test – all work process is included)
ANSWER KEYS AND EVALUATION GRIDS ARE INCLUDED FOR ALL EVALUATIONS.

*As a bonus, I have included two automatic comment generators for Word documents (with drop down boxes.)

 


Halloween Math and Literacy Fun, freebies and Blog Hop with great prizes!


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Happy almost Halloween everyone! I am so excited to be participating in this Halloween Blog Hop! There are lots of great teacher tips, lessons and freebies along the way, so I hope you’re able to visit each store for inspiration and (who’s kidding who!) the awesome freebies! And check this out:

Prize

You’ll see the Rafflecopter machine a little further down. But first, I thought I’d take you down memory lane..

Did you used to sing the classic song 99 Bottles of Beer, with its stick-in-your-brain-forever melody and uncanny ability to teach even the most math-challenged among us to rote count backwards from 100?

I did, and it stuck so much that, years ago, I changed the words and created an activity to go with it. Its adhesive quality remains.

The activity:

  1. Print enough freebies for your entire class, and one for yourself. You’ll also see options for the color version at the bottom of this post.
  2. Plan enough time for each student to take a turn at the board. You’ll see why in a minute!
  3. Have some early finishers color and cut out your freebie, mount on sturdy paper, laminate if you wish, and place magnets on the back for use on a magnetic surface.
  4. Gather the class and draw a wall for your characters to stand on. If you have not read the story with them (optional purchase pictured below), then introduce the activity by discussing their thoughts regarding standing on high walls, predictions about what could happen etc. Throughout the course of the song, one character will be falling at a time.
  5. Now, warm up that singing voice! “Mi, mi, mi…”
  6. Give each child a chance to make a character fall from the wall as you sing this song:

Hal Fr 1  5 Halloween friends on the wall,
5 Halloween friends …
Hal Fr 2  If 1 of these friends has a big fall,
How many friends are left on the wall?

Hal Fr 3 4 Halloween friends on the wall,
4 Halloween friends …
Hal Fr 4 If 1 of these friends has a big fall,
How many friends are left on the wall?

Hal Fr 53 Halloween friends on the wall,
3 Halloween friends …
Hal Fr 6 If 1 of these friends has a big fall,
How many friends are left on the wall?

And you simply continue this way until there is one friend left on the wall.

7.  Invite your students to discuss what they noticed or found interesting about the song / story. Were there any patterns? Does anyone think that there was math in the story? How could a number sentence be written about what just happened?

8. Have fun!

Now back to the fun for the grown-ups!  Here’s the secret word for the Rafflecopter machine…


Potion

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Be sure to pop over to Elementary AMC by clicking below!


Haunt Over to Next Blog

And grab your freebie below! The story and activity book with color cut-outs is also available here.


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And here’s a little something of interest for those advanced-placement math-types (who I know all too well…)


Happy haunting everyone!

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October Teacher Talk

By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

We’re so pleased to introduce you to the changes in our  “Sharing is Caring Teacher Blogging Collaborative!”  Our blog hop will now be known as “Teacher Talk.” We’ll be putting our ideas together to make your monthly planning not only easier but more timely, creative, and fun!.

There are so many dedicated teachers in our group who use new and different techniques to reach their students and we’ll be sharing them with you. So please join us each month when we bring you such topics as bully prevention, classroom management,  collaborative learning techniques, poetry lessons, math ideas, Freebies,  and so much more….

If you’re interested in joining this unique group of teacher entrepreneurs and blogging buddies as well as our blog linky, sign up here….The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative. If you decide to join, be sure to mention one of our names.

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Halloween Spooks-Creative Writing for Middle School

By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving has always been one of my favorite tales.. When I was a child, we would often visit my Uncle Marty who had a farm near Tarrytown New York. Whenever we were up there, I would think of the Headless Horseman because that’s where the story took place. I could always visualize the Horseman with head in hand, chasing poor puny Ichabod Crane.

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A Simple Strategy to Teach About Goals

By Kathie Yonemura of Tried and True Teaching Tools

Teaching class goal setting makes an abstract concept more concrete. This simple strategy teaches children to break down a goal into manageable steps.

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Interactive Notebooks and CinderHazel

By Elizabeth Chapin-Pinotti of Elizabeth’s Lessons

Engaging Halloween Book Unit on CinderHazel that includes Interactive Notebook pages, printables and a whole lot more.

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By Mary Moore of Moore Resources

One of the largest things I had to do teaching middle school math was to find ways to engage students in math that absolutely did not like math or struggled with mathematics. Following are some strategies I utilized to assist my students.

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By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning

Ideas for bullyproofing your class this month.

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By Michelle Webb of Teaching Ideas of Those Who Love Teaching

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By Kerry Tracy of Kerry Tracy

Five fun & fabulous Halloween-themed STEM challenges that can be modified for use with grades 2-8!


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Solving Behavior Issues in the Community Meeting

By Tammy Roose of tarheelstate teacher

Need a simple way to improve poor student behavior in the context of your classroom environment? I’m talking about those times when it seems that the class in general is falling apart. Read all about the LOW PREP reflection process I use during classroom meeting to help students correct poor behavior and get our learning environment back on track.

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Teacher Talk: Homework

By Marypat Mahoney of Just Add Students

Homework: It can be a hot topic. Here are some tips for using, assessing it, and helping students get the most from it.

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Close Reading in the Classroom and a Freebie!

My Marcy Howe of Its a Teacher Thing

Looking to begin Close Reading in your classroom? Check out what’s happening in my classroom, how I introduced Close Reading, and where I’m going from here. You’ll find links to my newest Close Reading freebie!

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Best Tips to Help those Struggling Readers

By Lisa Robles of LisaTeachR’s Classroom

Here is what I cover during at risk conferences for approaching readers. It’s about tips, tricks, web sites and apps that can help.

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By Thia Triggs of Print Path

Our special kiddoes frequently have oral defensiveness and associated nutrition and dental hygiene issues.

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Fear Practice-Adverse results

By Carmen Doerr of The Bilingual Teacher

The administrator’s behavior affecting teachers’ work.

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Thanks so much for stopping by…..Chaio for now!

and don’t forget to be on the lookout for our November Teacher talk.




Halloween Fun! Pre-K, Kindergarten, & First Grade

I love these newly refurbished leveled math and literacy no-prep worksheets. They still have enough color to be printed and laminated as dry erase stations, but work really well printed in black and white as worksheets or packets.   



This product is leveled so as to meet the needs of diverse learners in PreK, Kindergarten, and First. 

 

 

 

 

 

I Can Write and Represent Halloween Numbers:
4 levels, 21 pages,
Math – Quantities
*Draw and write to represent quantities 1 – 20.
*Subitizing skill reinforcement: base ten frames.

 

 

 

I Can Write About Halloween:
4 levels, 20 pages
Literacy -Nouns
*Fun descriptions of Halloween themed objects.
*Practice reading and writing number words, one to twenty.

 

 

 

Handwriting – Letter and Number Practice!

*Go-Dots encourage correct top to bottom formations.
*Path tracing enhances motor accuracy.
*Visual models are placed for both right and left-handed children.
*Single stroke letter formations are modeled that are compatible with Handwriting Without Tears or Zaner-Bloser style fonts. 


See them here or

Download a free sample of Leveled Halloween Math and Literacy no-prep worksheets or stations 


20% Off Sale at Gifted and Talented Materials By Joyce Lansky

This is the place to find high level materials 

for your bright students at great prices. 

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Gifted-And-Talented-Materials-By-Joyce-Lansky

At my store, you will find:

          * Book Units

          *Power Points for Language Arts & Math

          *Logic Problems

          *ActivSoftware Products

                     … and more!

Please stop by for my sale!


Free Writing Prompts

Free Writing Prompts

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Writing prompts are so nice to have handy!  Kiddos who need a little help coming up with ideas will really benefit. This little freebie includes the following prompts:

*The Squirrel I Saw

*My Teacher Dressed Up on Halloween

*On the Bus Today

*It was so Funny!

*How to Ride a Bike

*I Learned About Thanksgiving

These are great for writing centers and journals.  Prompts include pictures to help get your students’ creative juices flowing!  Each monthly packet in my store will include 45+ prompts–plenty to keep your kiddos writing all month long.  Click link below to download.

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https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Writing-Prompts-Freebie-922778

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Math Bingo Games for Interactive Whiteboards

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Use online bingo callers to draw question cards
and display called answers while
your students play along
with their own bingo cards.
Try any bingo caller out for
free at:

I’m Having a SALE!

Gifted and Talented Materials by Joyce Lansky is having a sale now through June 4th. I have 267 products on sale for 10% off

Your best savings will come from my many literary guides or book units.

But I also have a lot of math lessons and logic. I have it all!

Please stop by my store to take advantage of savings of 10% off these next few days.

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Gifted-And-Talented-Materials-By-Joyce-Lansky


Logic Problems to Last The Year

Logic problems are a fun way to keep kids engaged, especially at the end of the year. My store is packed with these that may be purchased for a dollar a piece or in bulk for a discounted price. Why not plan ahead and take care of all the holidays at once with one of my logic problems to last the year packets.


This original packet was made to challenge students in third through fifth grades, but some of these problems are tough and most likely would meet the needs of older students in the regular classroom. 


The booklet contains twelve logic problems from the first day of school until the Tired Teachers at the end. Along the way, students will tackle challenges centered around Labor Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas (2), Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, April Fools Day, Easter, and Mother’s Day. Right now it’s set at a reduced price of $8.75, so please check it out.   https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Logic-Problems-to-Last-the-School-Year-IG-1264788

If you teach younger kids, no worries, I have the materials for your kids, too, with Logic Problems to Last the Year (Book II) for grades 1 – 3. This mini version of the original book contains six logic problems surrounding the holidays of Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, and our American Independence Day. These matrix logic problems contain one grid to challenge our bright younger students, but once again, they could also challenge an older child in the regular classroom. Book II sells for the reduced price of only $3.95. 


https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Logic-Problems-to-Last-the-Year-Holiday-Logic-for-Bright-Kids-1859149

If you like logic or any activities to challenge bright students, please check out my store at:

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Gifted-And-Talented-Materials-By-Joyce-Lansky

 


Language Arts Lesson “Mega Bundle: Through the Year Reading Comprehension (September- May)”

By Christina L

Grades 2-5

 

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Cover all the important days and events of the year in these fun reading passages. They are filled with fun, historical facts plus comprehension questions.

Use them as a quick warm up or in a reading center.

It includes months September through May.

Each month includes 8 reading passages and 1 worksheet for recalling important facts.

September:  Johnny Appleseed, Hispanic Heritage Month, Talk Like a Pirate Day, Grandparents Day, Constitution Day, Happy Labor Day, Welcome, Fall!

October: Bats! Bats! Bats!, Arachnophobia!, Fire Prevention Week, Columbus Day, Make a Difference Day, Happy Halloween, How to Grow a Pumpkin, Happy Birthday Noah Webster!

November: Squanto: Friend to the Pilgrims, Election Day, Veterans Day, The Mayflower, The First Thanksgiving, King Tut Day, Native American Heritage Month: Sacagawea, Life of a Pilgrim Child

December: Kwanzaa, Las Posadas, Hanukkah, Christmas Traditions, Reindeer, Arctic Animals, Wright Brothers Day, Hibernation

January: Happy New Year!, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Emperor Penguins, The Abominable Snowman: Fact or Fiction?, Do You Want to Build an Igloo?, National Braille Literacy Month, Opposite Day, Happy Birthday Ben Franklin!

February: Groundhog Day, What is a Groundhog Anyway?, Random Acts of Kindness Day, Honest Abe, The Father of Our Country, Super Bowl Sunday, Valentine’s Day, Leap Day

March: St. Patrick’s Day, Read Across America Day, March Madness, Women’s History Month, Pi Day, Ireland, Happy Birthday Harry Houdini!, In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb

April: April Fool’s Day, Jackie Robinson Day, Happy Earth Day!, The Titanic Sinks, National Poetry Month, National Arbor Day, Easter Egg Roll, Drop Everything and Read

May: Happy Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Cinco de Mayo, Happy Birthday, Sally Ride!, Limerick Day, The Kentucky Derby, Florence Nightingale (for National Nurses Week), Amelia Earhart

Check it out here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Mega-Bundle-Reading-Passages-with-Comprehension-Questions-September-May-1795171

 

Thanks for looking!

Christina L

My Store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Christina-L


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