Halloween


Halloween

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A great lesson for fall that combines literature, estimating, counting, comparing and more!

Monday Math Literature: Pumpkin Math

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cute

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Family Halloween costumes!

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So many GREAT homemade Halloween costume ideas, like this one - a bag of jellybeans!!

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white styrafoam balls with black marker for pupils! So Cute!!

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Spider Pops! Great Halloween Idea

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Halloween treat bags with tissue and floral tape. What a cute idea!

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Easy-to-Make Halloween Centerpiece

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making these for the Halloween. Cute!

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Something to remember for future years! Perfect for a class party -- INDIVIDUALLY PACKAGED MANDARIN ORANGE CUPS & A PERMANENT MARKER

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Witch's Stew: (like Trail Mix) 5 lunch sacks, 1 large bowl, Cheerios = Frog Eyes, pretzel sticks = Salted Bones, Goldfish crackers = Rotting Fish, raisins = Toad Noses, M & M’s = Lizard Gizzards. Place the large bowl on the floor and make up a story about collecting all the items for your witch's stew while kids dump the contents in the bowl.

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cardboard box + solo cups = lego costume.

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Halloween Songs

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Halloween/Dr. Jean

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Pumpkin Man

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Crafts for kids. Crafts for kids.

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Gauze pumpkin

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House Ghost from Lowes. Wrap a wire tomato cage with a string of clear rope lights. Cut a 6x9 foot drop cloth to 4-1/2x7 feet to cover the cage. Use black permanent marker to draw eyes and a mouth. Plug into a secure grounded outlet and enjoy!

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Monster Fingers. Dip the pretzel rods in white chocolate dyed green and add a sliced almond fingernail. Use a toothpick to add the knuckles.

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Sequin pumpkin

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