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Monday, October 27, 2014

Trick or Treat Blog Hop


Fall is upon us and that means it's time for some 
Teaching Trick and Treating!



That's right - I have teamed up with my Freebielicious friends again to share some 
teaching tricks and special free treats for you!  

My tip is pretty simple.  And inexpensive too!
I grabbed these cute Halloween boxes and ice cube trays to jazz up one of my math centers.




We have been working on ten frames and because many of my students have poor fine motor skills, I find that manipulatives such as erasers tend to end up on the floor.  

Having the children put the erasers in the tray keeps them from the floor and is a great visual for them.  They are also great for children with visual difficulties as they can feel where the erasers are.




Now, for my treat.

I made this little game to practice our sight words.  Choose the words you are working on and place them face up on the table.  Hide the word "BOO" under one of the words.  Don't let the kids peek!  Then, have the children read a word, if they get it right, they get to look under the ghost to see if the "BOO" is there.  If it is, they win!  Click on the picture below to grab it for free.




Hop along to the next Freebielicious friend to see what their Trick and Treat is!


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3 Notes:

Cupcake said...

I bet my kids would love Boo! :)
❤Teri
A Cupcake for the Teacher

Tammy said...

Those boxes are adorable!! Thanks for the FREEBIE!!
Live Love Laugh Everyday In Kindergarten

Positively Learning said...

I ♥ the vampires and I know my students will be so excited about playing BOO! Thanks! Jen :)