HALLOWEEN IDEAS FOR THE CLASSROOM
How do you decorate for Fall and Halloween?
Our room transforms with each added art projects, and I love them all!
I especially love projects that involve tracing hands, like these spiders below.
We also made pumpkins – and some pumpkins that turned out a bit more scary than I had intended!
We took the spookiness down a notch to make some black cats!
You can’t go wrong with bats on a full moon.
Since it was Bat Week in our class (finishing up a rainforest study),
we did a few different kinds of bats!
And of course we watched some videos about bats and echolocation…
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MORE SEASONAL CRAFTS
Looking for more seasonal arts and crafts?
Check out this collection of 32 art projects with step by step directions!
MORE ART LESSONS AND WRITING
If you’d like to see more step-by-step photo tutorials, you can choose from these huge collections of art lessons for elementary classrooms. Each has lots of photos, a teacher script to read aloud to students, and literacy components to deepen thinking and expression through writing.
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Love your bats, cats, and pumpkins!
Mrs. Spriggs’ Kindergarten Pond
I love your kitty cats!!
Your bats and cats are great–LoveIt!
The cats are so dang cute! Is there a pattern for them?
Whimsy Workshop Teaching
No, I just made tracers out of tag board with approximate shapes, and they did a wonderful job! All a little bit different! 🙂