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Sunday, October 16, 2011

Halloween Preview

Staking blocks with a Jack o Lantern on top. I put a sticker 1-5 on each jack o lantern. They are hard to see in the picture but easy in “real life” :)

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Writing Center: Purple and Orange paper, Decorative scrapbook paper from the target dollar spot(cut in fourths), Halloween pencils(target dollar spot), Halloween stickers (Target dollar spot). It cost me 3 dollars to put this together but totally worth it. I love putting out things that get the kids using their writing skills!003

Stamps and little books

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Sorting Erasers (dollar store)

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Pegs and Boards(dollar store)

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Pouring Corn kernels

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Tweezing Bats into their “Cave”

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Peg game. The dice will stay in the Tupperware so that it doesn’t go all over the room. A little idea I picked up on Piterest!

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Pumpkin Order and How a pumpkin grows.

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Die cut shapes for art

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Counting Pumpkins on counting mats

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Sifting for Arachnids

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Sorting Halloween colors into pumpkins

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They can color on the white paper to test the crayons color

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5 comments:

  1. Found your blog through Pinterest. Love your ideas!!! I look forward to reading more... :)

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  2. LOVE this! I recently started working from home with my business and am thrilled to see your activities! Thank you so much for sharing these!

    www.keepinhome.blogspot.com

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  3. So excited to do some of these!

    Questions: 1. Where did you get your kid tweezers? 2. What are those pumpkins (for the counting) made of and where did you get them? They look like gummi pumpkins :)

    Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I'm so impressed with how you repurpose household items for your activities. The "bat cave" is brilliant! Very creative!

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  5. I have seen the little counting pumpkins on Target's dollar aisle. You get 40 for a dollar.

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