Get your kids writing or discussing with these creative Halloween writing prompts.
Posted by Shelley Gray on October 9, in art projectsfallHalloween With Halloween just around the corner, it is time to start looking for the Halloween art activities that will keep your little angels engaged while on a major sugar-high. I searched high and low on my new addiction, Pinterestand found some great Halloween art projects that I would love to share with you!
This one comes from the All Kids Network and looks fantastic for younger students. There are great instructions on this site for how to paint the pumpkin seeds without having them move all over the place! They recommend using pumpkin seeds for this project…perhaps you could integrate some math skills in there too working with the number ?!
This next one is an adorable toilet paper roll bat and comes from the website Child Care Days. Again, this project is great for young students and simply involves a bit of painting, tracing and cutting.
If you are allowed to hang things from your ceiling, this could work! For this project, students first draw with the glue, then outline the glue lines in black and finally use watercolors to color the picture. Be sure to visit the website for full, detailed instructions.
These funny-looking pumpkins are SO cute! The ones below were made by kindergarten students, but I really think that you could do it with a wide variety of grade levels. You can find a few more details about these here.
My favorite part is definitely the teeth These Frankenstein projects use basic shapes and look great when they are on a bulletin board like in the picture below! I love how they are all similar, but unique at the same time.
You can see the original photo and a few details here. The only supplies that you would really need to go out and buy are the paper bags, otherwise you should have everything in your classroom already. I love the puppet ideas in the picture below, but you could also allow your students to design their own Halloween puppet!
This final art project is simply amazing! When I first saw it, I was sure that it must have been made by grade 5 or 6 students, but as I read more I realized that Grade 2 students created these!!
These Picasso monsters come from a fantastic blog called Mrs. You can click here for wonderful step-by-step instructions and lots of pictures for this Picasso-inspired project.
This is also a great opportunity to integrate some art history into your teaching. I hope that this post has given you a few new Halloween art ideas!
If you are looking for more great art projects, feel free to visit my Pinterest page by clicking hereand check out what else I have been pinning!Halloween Activity – How to Draw a Spider.
This activity is ideal for a child in kindergarten or first grade. We offer another activity below that is more suitable for a child in second grade.
Did you know there are over 30, different spiders? Spiders vary in color and size but they all have eight legs, spin silk and have killer fangs. Our First STEM Challenge! This was awesome to read! I will be teaching second grade for the first time since I was a student teacher 15 years ago and I am so so so so excited!
This is by far my favorite grade! 5 Pre-Writing Activities for Preschoolers 1 day ago Lory's Page. Crack the Code DIGITAL Wonders 1 day ago. by Kathleen Barbro | posted in: 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, Halloween, Kindergarten, Painting | 8 Quite possibly the world’s most simple monster drawing.
Students used a roll of masking tape to draw the eyes, one of which needed to be going off the page.
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File Folder Activities for Learning Centers. More Center Ideas! Hi all! In my room, I collaborated with the other 2nd grade teacher at my school. We decided together what centers to do and brainstormed together. I'll have the kids do it during center. I tend to limit my centers to reading/writing activities, but I figure one that is.
The story of the Three Little Pigs is a classic fable for attheheels.com makes it a perfect story to use for reading comprehension, sequencing, retelling, and more. To help you out with this, I have a free Three Little Pigs Worksheets and Activities Packet for Kindergarten through 2nd grade.