Halloween is coming soon and it’s such a fun time of year! I just updated my Halloween Activities Bundle that includes13 literacy and math centers! These engaging centers work on letters, sounds, CVC words, sentences, numbers, counting, 1-1 correspondence, and more.
This CVC game is a great way to get students to start to read simple words and then find the matching picture. This game also includes cards where students fill in the CVC word.
Since my Kindergarten students are learning their alphabet, I created this matching game for students to match uppercase and lowercase letters. This could be played as a memory game as well.
Another favorite game in my class is scrambled sentences. I have SO many versions of scrambled sentences because my students keep asking for them. Students get to build 5 sentences about Halloween and then record their sentences on a worksheet. I love working with them on scrambled sentences, because it works on so many skills: sentence structure, sight words, punctuation, capitalization, etc. My students have started to learn to always put the word with the uppercase letter at the front and then the card with a punctuation at the end. Then they work on the rest of the words. They feel so confident when they get the sentences completed!
Another game included are these Halloween Roll & Color or Roll & Cover games. I have a colored version for centers or a black/white version to be used as a worksheet for students to work on numbers 1-20.
This simple file folder game is working on 1-1 correspondence using ten frames, numbers, and number words!
My students love playing this math game from my Halloween Activities bundle. They draw a number card, say the number (1-20), and then get to move around the board. However there are some tricky cards in the pile such as lose a turn or take a card from a friend. This game can be played many different ways to allow for differentiation.
My students love playing “war” during free time, so I started creating “war” games for math centers. This includes numbers 1-100 and they have a blast playing this!
I am so excited about this Spin-a-Spider game that I just created. I made 4 different versions: numbers 1-10, 2D shapes, 3D shapes, and color words. I also have directions where this can be played like the game BUMP or students can just cover the numbers as they spin. There are also black/white versions so this can be used as a worksheet as well.
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