1. Create an editable PowerPoint With a Halloween theme.I love creating editable PowerPoints. They can be used year after year. Just Write your questions on a slide and link the answers to the yes or no answer. I created cute responses to their questions. Click HERE to go to my post on creating on creating transparent links for editable PowerPoints. These can easily be created on Google Slides. You can use these for review on any subject area. And, this product is FREE at my store.
2. iPad Activities With ErinIntegration
Erin has some fun activities she's sharing with the iPad. Have your students made Sugar Skulls for Day of the Dead? They use their own face and color over it with Pic Collage and Doodle Buddy. Erin is so creative in her uses of the iPad. I absolutely love this activity.
3. Magnetic Poetry With Shake Up Learning
I always have my students create poems with the Magnetic Poetry online site. Now, you can create your own themed Magnetic Poetry activity using Google Slides or Docs. Take a look at Casey's activity. She placed her words as images and didn't place her background as a "background." It slides. Students can add their own words as text boxes. I played around with it in Google Slides but created my background as an image in PowerPoint and then added it to Google as the background. Below is Casey's and the one I started creating. She has you to make a copy so each student can have his/her own copy. These are so easy to create. I'm going to make them for different holidays. (You can click on mine if you want your students to add their own words. I added a few to get them started.)
4. Halloween Musical Stories on Google Docs
This activity was a favorite of my fourth graders. Students can select a story prompt that I've provided. When the music starts (Monster Mash or Adams Family) students begin typing the story. When the music stops, students stop and rotate to another computer. Teachers can give the directions on the rotation. At the end, students can read their stories. Remember to remind your class that no blood and guts are allowed. Teachers can share their stories in a folder. Click on the image below to download your FREE product.
5. Halloween Apps and Websites
Ghost Blasters - Ghosts everywhere! This fun game gives your students lots of practice with math facts. Students try to reach 100 points. Students have to zap multiples of a number as quickly as they can. Try not to lose points with the wrong answer.
Spooky Sequences - Students fill in the missing number in the sequence. This site is more for younger students.
Halloween Mad Libs - I love Mad Libs. National Geographic Kids has a cute mad lib for students. Your students will love this activity while learning the parts of speech.
I Spy Spooky Mansion - If you like I Spy Books, you will love this app. Students find different objects in the haunted mansion. If you don't want to pay $.99 for the app, your students can play the Scholastic online version for free.
For more free and paid Halloween activities, you can visit my Sweet Integrations TPT store.