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15 Halloween Resource Sites for Teachers

15 Halloween Resource Sites for Teachers

If you’re planning some spooky lessons as part of Halloween this week, try some of these great resources:

1) Learn about Halloween and how it is celebrated on the fantastic Project Britain site.

2) There are lots of great craft ideas on LessonSense.com with clear instructions and photos to follow along with.

3) Primary Resources have a section of Halloween resources. Find them all here.

4) The TES have also created a handy list of the Halloween resources on their popular site.

5) Teaching Videos has a number of Halloween-themed videos, including this Skeleton Dance video which your class could join in with!

6) Mrs Pancake has a set of instructions which children can follow to make their own Halloween bats!

7) Twinkl also have lots of Halloween resources, including banners, vocabulary cards, recipe sheets and colouring pictures.

8 ) This interactive site lets you carve your own pumpkins online!

9) Apples4theTeacher also have a large collection of interactive Halloween activities, including online colouring pages and jigsaws.

10) PrimaryGames has a HUGE collection of online Halloween games!

11) You can also download a number of Halloween resources from Primary Treasure Chest.

12) If you would like to try some Halloween origami, Activity Village have lots of different instructions, including this video which shows you how to make a Halloween Cat!

13) There are lots of Halloween craft and activity ideas on TheIdeaBox.com.

14) If you’re able to make some Halloween food and snacks, you could use some of these wonderful recipes.

15) Could your class write their own Halloween poems? Use some of the examples here for inspiration.

What are your favourite Halloween resources?

Author: Mark Warner

I'm a primary teacher with a keen interest in gadgets and technology. I also run a number of websites for teachers... find them all at www.teachingwebsites.co.uk and tweet me at http://twitter.com/markw29

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