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55 Frightfully Fun Halloween Activities, Crafts, and Games for the Classroom

Celebrate the season with these fun and creative Halloween activities, crafts, and games. You’ll find party games perfect for a class Halloween celebration as well as more educational finds like writing prompts and STEM and math challenges. There are enough Halloween activities on this list to do something different every day in October and then…  learn more

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Halloween Activity Packet

Make Halloween FUN again inside your school or home classroom with spooky skill-builders for a variety of age groups, including creepy crafts like slime-making, zombie-like brain busters, petrifying math problems, horrifying holiday lessons, and frighteningly fun printables for your students. Students can enjoy doing these in class, in hybrid learning settings, or even remotely at home.  learn more

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Halloween Fun Facts

The Halloween Fun Facts shares data associated with the spooky holiday. The data includes the number of potential trick-or-treaters in the U.S., the number of stores that sell candy and occupations that one may use to dress up as for Halloween. Use our Fun Facts handout and Teaching Guide to celebrate the occasion with your…  learn more

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Halloween Games for Grades K-8

Halloween games are an excellent way to increase engagement and collaboration in your classroom. Whether you're looking for party ideas such as Halloween bingo or a spooky version of musical chairs, these Halloween games for kids are fun and educational. They're a great way to incorporate the fun of the holiday into your regular curriculum.  learn more

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Non-Spooky Halloween Activities

There are plenty of ways to celebrate Halloween without bringing in the darker side of the season. Here’s our list of non-spooky Halloween activities you can try this year.  20 October, 2021  learn more

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TED-Ed Lessons With a Halloween Theme

A TED-Ed lesson examines what made Poe's macabre works timeless classics. In Why Should You Read Edgar Allan Poe? students can learn about Poe's guiding principles for writing, the recurring themes of his work, and the personal factors in his life that contributed to his writing. Find the complete lesson here or watch the video as embedded below.  learn more