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Hallo-WIN!

Halloween is a time for fun in and outside of the classroom. This collection provides several links to resources which briefly outline the history behind this widely celebrated Holiday . The collection also includes a number of lesson plans/activities which encourage discussion around appropriate Halloween costumes and traditions. Check this collection out!
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Hallo-WIN!
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    About Entertainment briefly outlines the origins of Halloween, its customs, why children trick-or-treat on this Holiday, the significance of bobbing for apples, pumpkins and more. Excellent resource for first-time teachers looking to make Halloween activities educational.
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    An ESL-style lesson plan that introduces students to common Halloween characters. Activities within this lesson include : singing Halloween songs (Music), several physical games, and a fun hands-on mask creating activity
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    Lesson by educators at Teaching Tolerance that exposes students to Halloween costumes. It is designed to help students analyze and critique popular holiday costumes, and introduces students to acceptable/unacceptable(offensive) garb.
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    This interactive website is useful for teachers who have access to tables/desktops in the classroom. This PBS-driven website provides students with Halloween color pages, printable masks, a jukebox (to play music) and an interactive Halloween game.
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    A short clip for teachers/students that outlines a brief history behind the tricks and treats of Halloween. History.com also links to a number of other Halloween-inspired videos on the same page!
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BloomBoard Asks:In what ways can we turn Halloween hands-on activities into teachable moments for young learners?