Categories

Come on in! Join Pinterest today...it only takes like a second or so.

Kindergarten/ Pumpkins

dana sue photography - Halloween photo booth

halloween photo booth - Google Search

THE BIGGEST PUMPKIN EVER ~ Written By Steven Kroll... This October and Halloween Unit now has 101 pages of ideas, activities, printables, graphic organizers and foldables that correlate with the book "The Biggest Pumpkin Ever." $

THE BIGGEST PUMPKIN EVER ~ Written By Steven Kroll... This October and Halloween Unit now has 101 pages of ideas, activities, printables, graphic organizers and foldables that correlate with the book "The Biggest Pumpkin Ever." $

The Biggest Pumpkin Ever mini unit!

Golden Gang Kindergarten: Spookley Freebie cube and sphere sorting activity

Mrs. Plant's Press~great bubble map - We watched Spookley last night! The girls ♡♡♡ this movie!!!:)

The Adventures of a First Grade Teacher: Pumpkins & Halloween!

Using Book, Spookley for Anti-Bullying Lesson

If you have never read Too Many Pumpkins, it's a must read. So cute! One of my favorites. It's great to teach making predictions because most of the pages end with "until...". We filled in our story map after reading the story.

Included: Lesson plans for 1st and 2nd grade to accompany and pumpkin themed book or "Spookley The Pumpkin" Materials for a teacher anchor chart St...

Intergrate into Social Studies unit Celebrations. Write cinquain poem.

I always tell my students that anchor charts help organize my brain and that is the honest truth! Anchor charts help us focus in on what we need to focus on and think about our topic. Our pumpkin unit is going strong and anchor charts are covering every spare inch of wall space in our room.

The pumpkin's insides craft gives me an idea. I may use a brad to make the top pumpkin swivel back & forth. The kids will love it because it moves.

Fiction/Non-Fiction Anchor Chart. very simple and visual for october 1st grade

Great adjectives anchor chart idea. Would be a great idea for helping students think of adjectives. Create this chart with your class while having a hands on exploration of a pumpkin. You could even open up the pumpkin and have your students brainstorm words for the inside of the pumpkin too! (Picture only).

First Grade Parade: Pumpkins EVERYWHERE! And Making Connections

Pumpkins EVERYWHERE! And Making Connections - The First Grade Parade