Sunday, September 29, 2013

Boo! An early Halloween treat!

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays.  I grew up in a small town in Washington state.  I was fortunate to go all the way through school with the same friends.  The cool part about Halloween in a small town is that everybody knows each other, and all of the kids went around together trick or treating. 

I created this card game last year for a publication, and I thought it would be fun to share it with you for your students.  The instruction sheet, colored and bw cards are included in the download.  This would make a fun treat for students in lieu of candy!  Click on the link below the photo to download! :)

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You'll find that I also really like creating resources that use materials that you have on hand.  With budgets already stretched,  there is generally not a lot of funds to buy the extras.  In the coming days/weeks,  I will be featuring more activities and crafts that incorporate materials that you may have on hand.  I also will share with you my tips for using Dollar Store materials to create learning centers!

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I am excited to share with you that I will be publishing a newsletter bi-monthly!   If you look on my sidebar to the right of the page, you'll see a sign up box for my newsletter!  Twice a month,  I will be publishing a newsletter that comes with an exclusive freebie, tips/hints, techie tidbits, exclusive offers and much more! This is a FREE newsletter, only available to those who opt in.  It takes just a minute to subscribe. The first issue will be published on October 15th!   ~See you there!~

For just 1 more day, my exclusive Fall Learning Bundle is available on Educents.  The Fall Learning Bundle was put together for the $15.00 frenzy.   Click on the link below to see all of the materials included in this collection.

Fall Learning Bundle

Classroom Freebies Manic Monday


  1. I cannot wait to read your very first newsletter! Thank you for the wonderful halloween card game!

  2. Fun! This will be great for my IEP and RTI students! Thanks!

    Mrs. Wheeler’s First Grade
    Mrs. Wheeler TpT


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