Okay, so I am a little behind the 8-ball on this Halloween themed activity, but I figured better a little late than never . . . and it’s a super easy one to slip in the mix. I know cuz I tried this ditty out just last week! And, despite all of the utter craziness that last week had to offer, this little set of adjective activities delighted the kiddos, covered a common core standard, and didn’t cause any undo stress on me (one tired as all get out teacher). With this said, let me present to you . . .
This puppy has a cute craftivity as well as multiple center/independent activities that all focus on one very important part of speech. My kids had a ball creating their own adjective pumpkins last week . . .
|Decisions . . . decisions! Selecting the perfect adjective.|
|Going to town in the creative department!|
|Check out the finished product! And, yup . . . that’s a booger hanging out of “silly’s” nose.
Are these my kids, or are these my kids??!!
I used the throw away black and white adjectives for this, but I made super cute color ones for the packet that you can attach to each pumpkin and hang for the best learning-based bulletin board.
Here’s a little look-see at the rest of the packet. It has pumpkin craftivity templates (if that’s how you roll), two follow up writing activities, an adjective hunt, and multiple center/independent activity options. CLICK HERE to take a closer look.
|Just look at what you can win . . . holy guac and chips friends!!!
This is the “queen” mutha of all Halloween Giveaways 🙂