Fall Time!

Halloween decorations were in stores way before the school supplies were up.  Well, today is finally the first day of Fall. So, how about some thematic activities for this time of the year?
1. Roll, Say, Keep!
 I made this Halloween Roll, Say, Keep game to help my son practice identifying numbers 1-20. He is loving dice games right now and this activity is just perfect for him.

2. Five Little Pumpkins
I also made a poster for the Five Little Pumpkins. This song provides the perfect opportunity to teach about ordinal numbers. Your students can act out this fun song too. Simply have them decorate a paper pumpkin and attach yarn long enough to have it hang around the student’s neck.  Then, choose five student pumpkins at a time to act out the song while the rest of the class chants the words. 

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Comments

  1. The game looks so fun! I'll def. add it to my centers in October!
    ❤Teri
    A Cupcake for the Teacher

  2. Lidia says:

    Thank you, Teri. I am glad that you like this fun activity 🙂

    -Lidia

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    Be blessed,
    Julie @ Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk

  4. Fun! I have my students cut out the pumpkins and hold them up when we say the name (I adapt it to use family members http://eslcarissa.blogspot.mx/2012/10/5-little-pumpkins-family-version.html) and then later they can volunteer to act out as mommy daddy etc. It can also be fun to divide the class up into sections of different pumpkins and have them chant their parts together.

    I just love Halloween!