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• "She saw a total of one hundred and forty-three ghosts. Sixty-six were not scary. How many scary ghosts did Pamela see?" Five math word problems with a Halloween theme.
• This notebook file is full of fun and offers plenty of skill practice for telling time. Common Core Math: Measurement & Data 1.MD.3

• Cloze exercises, homophones, writing prompts, and more.
• Fun Halloween-themed late homework notices, assignment notices, and grading sheet.
• A cat perches on top of a jack-o'-lantern; small on a lined writing page, large on the coloring page.
• Find the different jack o'lantern in each row.
• "If one witch can cast ten spells, how many spells can four witches cast?" Skip counting by 10s; five problems with a Halloween theme.
• A child in a sheet, carrying a trick-or-treat bag, with "BOO!" overhead.
• candy corn shapes for calendar or counting practice
• Fun for Halloween or a unit on spiders.
• The cafeteria makes 500 candy apples, which they sell at the school carnival for 75 cents each. If all the apples are sold, how much money will the school have made?
• Help the ghost find the house.
• "Anne is a witch. She has two black cats. How many more does she have to find if she needs ten black cats for her spell?" Five Halloween-themed word problems.
• This game reviews long and short vowel sounds within the framework of a fun Halloween theme. Includes gameboard and game cards.
• preschool lines; with spacer lines; with dashed mid-lines; portrait orientation; with a spooky bat graphic in the left margin
• A Halloween-themed reading comprehension about four children who encounter a monster that is not what it seems.
• This Halloween-themed game reinforces the numbers 1-6 and patterns of dots on dice.
• "On Halloween, each ghost in a haunted house scares two people. How many people do six ghosts scare? Seven? Eight?" Skip counting by 2s; five questions with a Halloween theme.
• Color this picture of a Halloween "Trick or Treat" bag or trace and cut out to make a great Halloween-themed shapebook.
• 10 DOWN: Some masks are not ___ because they block your vision
• Shapebook in the shape of a pumpkin and bat. Trace and cut out the primary lined pattern for a great student shapebook.
• Help the spider find his web.
• This halloween activity mat includes coloring, addition, maze, tic tac toe and dot-to-dot game.

• Interactive file for Smart Notebook. This fun Ghost Hunt activity can be used year round to reinforce math skills for equivalent fractions.

• Easy Halloween words, with pictures to color
• Connect the dots form 1 to 35 and create a ghost!
• Use this check sheet to see which Halloween words were called, from CAT to VAMPIRE.
• Space inside the pumpkin to draw a jack-o'-lantern face or write a story.
• with picture clues
• 15 sentences to help start creative Halloween-themed stories.
• Practice comparing objects with a Venn diagram. Venn diagram and cover page. You will need a pen or pencil for writing.
• "Sixty-three witches were invited to a Halloween party. Five didn't come because they lost their brooms. How many witches came to the party?" Five math word problems with a Halloween theme.
• Review comprehension and enhance vocabulary with this book unit, which accompanies Jonathan London's story about a frog celebrating Halloween.
• Spider-themed spelling test form.
• A 1 page reading comprehension selection, "Trick or Treat!" is realistic fiction. It is followed by 4 multiple choice questions and 4 questions requiring short written responses.
• Match the Halloween words to the pictures of words that rhyme with them (ghost, toast)
• From "bat" to "witch"
• A Halloween-themed reading comprehension about two children encountering a Mexican ghost story.