To say I’m obsessed with October is a bit of an understatement. I love the weather, the pumpkins, the football. It’s all so much fun. It also means your students have finally figured how school works and you are getting the groove. Right? So I love doing all sorts of fun things in October. Now that I’m teaching multiple grades, I have a plethora of activities.
Stellaluna is a favorite! This is a unit I created for my third grade intervention group. I look forward to this every year.
Two Many Pumpkins is another favorite. It might be my all time fave for October. My kids love this book too and bringing in pumpkin treats for our pumpkin party makes them love it even more.
My kindergarten friends are still working on their letters and sounds so we read, There Was an Old Woman Who Swallowed a Bat and then fed the bat, all sorts of letters and sounds.
This little math review book I made for my firsties book center a few years ago. It covers many standards and it’s cute at the same time.
I just made this little 4 in a Row/Bingo for first and second grade groups. My first graders are reviewing their short vowel sounds and the my second graders just needed a mixed review.
You can grab all of the freebies above by filling out the form below.
In addition to these freebies, you can grab my October freebies from last year here.
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