Saturday, October 23, 2010

Haunted House

Each year, around Halloween time, our Reading Corner or House Area turns into a SPOOKY HAUNTED HOUSE.  The students have so much fun inside reading books with witch fingers or bones, guessing how many slimy eyeballs are in the jar, making a skeleton puzzle, and dressing up in different costumes.  They have a "Spook-tacular" time!



  1. I love your haunted house!!! My classroom is small but I want to try it in my Housekeeping... did you use a shower curtain?? Thank you.

  2. I used bulletin board paper. I hang it from the ceiling using binder clips and paper clips. I will use the same haunted house for about 3 years. I fold it up and store it in my closet! Hope this helps!


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