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October 31st is Reformation Day, a day to celebrate Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation. Teach your upper elementary students about this important day with fun and engaging activities that will help them to retain and retell what they've learned.

October is Reformation Day, a day to celebrate Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation. Teach your upper elementary students about this important day with fun and engaging activities that will help them to retain and retell what they've learned.

I just love fall...it is one of my favorite seasons (my other favorite seasons include spring, summer, and winter!). Cool weather, gorgeous colors, cozy blankets, and warm bowls of soup. Plus, it is a time to celebrate a great and wonderful day: Reformation Day! Did you know that October 31st is Reformation Day? Ligonier Ministries writes this, Reformation Day "commemorates what was perhaps the greatest move of God’s Spirit since the days of the Apostles". Indeed, on October 31st, 1...

I just love fall...it is one of my favorite seasons (my other favorite seasons include spring, summer, and winter!). Cool weather, gorgeous colors, cozy blankets, and warm bowls of soup. Plus, it is a time to celebrate a great and wonderful day: Reformation Day! Did you know that October 31st is Reformation Day? Ligonier Ministries writes this, Reformation Day "commemorates what was perhaps the greatest move of God’s Spirit since the days of the Apostles". Indeed, on October 31st, 1...

Here's an early stop motion animation LEGO short, made in time for the Reformation Day - Halloween debates.   Martin Luther and his 95 Theses. Two different takes.  Not intended to be taken seriously ;-)

Here's an early stop motion animation LEGO short, made in time for the Reformation Day - Halloween debates. Martin Luther and his 95 Theses. Two different takes. Not intended to be taken seriously ;

Halloween Scoot is a great way to have some fun during a Halloween party or just as a fun brain break in October!

Halloween party game - do what card says while music is playing, freeze, move and do what next card says

Puffy Ghosts  These fun, friendly ghosts will be great decorations to hang around the house! Materials needed include: white cardstock paper, scissors, glue, cotton balls, and black paper. Start by cutting a ghost shape into the cardstock paper. Glue cotton balls until the ghost is covered. Cut out eyes and a mouth and glue them on top of the cotton balls. You can add string to the back of the ghost in order to hang it up in your house. Have your child say a target word or sentence before…

Easy Halloween craft to do with little ones! Puffy ghosts are fun for all ages! Your kids will love how they float around the house too :) Sherman Financial Group