Succeed in School with Spooktacular Halloween Activities

Halloween isn’t only about candy, costumes, and cauldrons. Scare up some learning this spooky season with these Halloween activities!

Literacy Fright Night – Host a Halloween-themed literacy night at your school and invite students’ families. Each teacher can showcase students’ work or organize a student performance based on a particular literacy skill. For example, have students demonstrate action-packed words by performing action verbs in their superhero gear. If you worry your students may not have access to costumes, organize a school fundraiser to collect donations. This is a great way to increase family involvement and get students excited about learning! 

Participating at a local school’s back-to-school literacy night. 

Characters Come Alive – Lead a lesson on character traits, then ask students to dress up as their favorite book character. Students present as their character, giving a detailed description of who they are.

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