Scarecrows Centers

| |

This week our theme was scarecrows but we also did a few Halloween centers.  🙂  Halloween kind of snuck up on me this year and well there is just never enough time to get it all in.  Here are a few of the centers that we did this week for math and literacy.

 

initial sounds/writing cvc words

 one of our pocket chart activities this week

 practiced reading and writing color words

aabb pattern practice

 practiced writing number words 1-10

 one-to-one counting to 10

 Pocket chart puzzle that goes along with 

“The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything” 

by Linda Williams

13 Comments

  1. Robynn, Me TOO! I LOVE me some DJ Inkers. I just blew it up with the elm and traced it on the color construction paper. Then chopped the poster board and pieced it together. 🙂

  2. Thanks for the info. I thought it looked like sentence strips!! Blowing it up onto poster board…what a brilliant idea. Gotta try that one, girl!!
    Robynn
    BusyBees

  3. I LOVE looking at all your pictures and fun ideas!!! Pretty sure I'm going to have to blow a scarecrow up and do this activity too:)!!!
    Thanks so much for sharing!;)
    Little Warriors

  4. Such cute ideas! Would you be willing to share your scarecrow and pumpkin center worksheets? Thank you so much! Have a fun and safe Halloween tomorrow!:)

    msg702@cox.net

    Alma Gonzalez

  5. Hi Jamie!
    What wonderful ideas! Will these be available to purchase on TPT? I love toget these to use! I have the old scarecrow from the MCCRACKEN Company from many, mnay years ago! The illustrator, Megan Lloyd live a few miles from me!
    Take care and thanks for sharing!
    Maryann
    brennemm@carlisleschools.org

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *