Happy Halloween!

We carved our pumpkins tonight for Halloween.  We go to a friend's pumpkin carving party each year. The last two years she has gotten me into making character pumpkins.  This year I made the Lorax.  I think he is so cute!  

 My son sketched his own face and carved it himself.  
Below are the pumpkins we made last year.  
 Four little pumpkins, sitting on a bench!
Phineas, Cyclops, and the Headless Horseman,
 Charlie Brown said, "Let's roll on down the street,"
The Headless Horseman said, "I love Trick-or-Treat!"

I hope you all have a very fun and safe Happy Halloween!

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Make Your Student's Halloween "Glow" or "Hoot"

Do you want to make your student's Halloween "glow" or be a "hoot"?  Check out my blog post today over at Classroom DIY to get the downloadable file and directions for these fun student gifts.

Classroom DIY
Have fun teaching,


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Halloween" Tic Tac Boo" & Candy Corn Math Mat Freebie

The weather here in Phoenix is finally starting to give hope that we may see more than a couple of days below 100 degrees in a row!  It is enough to get me into the fall mood  to decorate my house (pictures to come!) and create some Halloween posters and math activities.

Here is a Tic Tac Boo Freebie for you.  You can use this by itself or as a game with just about any center that 2 students are doing together.  As a student gets a right answer during the practice activity, he/she gets to put a marker on the "Tic Tac Boo" board.  I print on cardstock and laminate.

Click on the picture to download your free "Tic Tac Boo" board, candy corn mats, and preview of my new Halloween Owls Math Fun for K-1.

If you like this set, you can buy it on TpT.  Just click on the picture below to go to the listing.  Common Core alignments are included.
I am linking up with Manic Monday Classroom Freebies this week.  I can't wait to see what you all have for me to look at!
Classroom Freebies Manic Monday
Happy teaching,

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