Invite a Buddy Class
We open our connecting door and let students roam between our rooms and choose stations to visit. Our only rule is that they have to be choosing a station or working at one rather than just wandering. This is never an issue because they get to Trick-or-Treat at each table as soon as they finish.
Get kids up and moving
Project task cards on the whiteboard, tape game cards around the room, and use activities that students can do in pairs. It’s a great time to build social skills plus, if you invite a buddy class, you probably don’t have room for everyone to be seated .
Set up Spooky Stations
I set up Halloween math centers at tables around the room for kids to practice the skills we’ve been working on.
FrankenLine is always a favorite and my kids think it’s hilarious that his scar is a number line!
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