|Candy Corn Art|
I got this idea from Mrs. Ramseier (2 doors down from me ~ lucky me!). It makes a great bulletin board to hang out side of your classroom. Candy Corn, Candy Corn, Sweet to eat. It's a great Halloween treat!
|After the students played Number Boo they had to practice writing their numbers 1 - 10.|
|Pumpkin Seed Count|
The students had to find the colored pumpkin, count how many seeds are on it,
and the write the number in the box.
|Pumpkin Sight Words|
The students had to chose a sandwich bag with the matching number, order the letters to make one of our sight words, and then write the sight word on the line.
The students will make the non-cook version of pumpkin play-doh and then practice forming our sight words that we are learning in the classroom. The students will also get to take their yummy smelling play-doh home with them!
|Jack-O Happy...Susie Haas from Scribbles-N-Dots|
|Pumpkin Seed Estimating|
The students had to guess how many pumpkin seeds in the jar by picking which of the numbers above they thought was correct.
|The students can put their sequence string and this little "Pumpkins Grow" book from Mailbox inside their pumpkin.|