Welcome to my October pages!
Feel free to take a look around by scrolling down.
You'll find a collection of some of my
favorite activities to do during October!
Giant Miss Spiders
I did whole class a guided cutting.
Later we wrote in small groups.
The first line of this child's should
say likes instead of is :)
Chocolate spiders, melted chocolate chips,
Chinese noodle legs m&m eyes. Messy but yummy!
Bat facts for our Science Journal
More Bat facts
Bats are nocturnal
On the back is a toilet paper roll
cut down the side to make a wrist band.
Great for flying our little bats!
What we know and
what we want to know about bats
Going Batty for Colors!
Made from painted paper bags!
Miss Spider's tea party graph!
We tasted a variety of teas (fruit punch)
then graphed our favorites!
The BBBB, BBBB, BBBB, Batbook!
Batty phoneme substitution!
Who lives in the Haunted House?
Toilet paper roll batty rhymes.
For more creative book making ideas see
on Kim's books link.
Spider shapes big book for October.
Black Cat's sorting bag!
Go to Big Lots or the dollar stores in August and September to get Halloween goodies to sort!
Going Batty take home bag.
The children read the bat fact book with their families and then write a bat fact in the Going Batty Journal
If you wish to start a take home bag program see Home and Back with Books and Home and Back with Sight Word Packs on Kim's books link.
Bat poetry card
We made our bats with Oreo's,
triangle shaped crackers,
candy corn, and M and M's.
This was an extra special treat!
Yummy spider spaghetti!
We brainstormed all the ingredients
that a spider would like in their spaghetti.
I found clip art to find all the bugs and flowers.
We used interactive writing to make our list!
We read Stellaluna and then we each
made our own fruit bat.
Who Are You? Boo! I am ...
We painted a self portrait then,
added a ghost to the top to make a fun flip book.
We read our class book in a very scary voice!
Batty Venn Diagram