Frankenstein Yourself!

We are gearing up for Halloween in my classroom this week.  I have a lot of fun activities planned that incorporate literacy, math, and Halloween.  Here is the activity that I am MOST excited about:

Frankenstein Yourself Craftivity and Writing Activity



Last year I made an Elf Yourself Craftivity and it was a huge hit with my students and the parents.  I decided to make a Halloween version with Frankenstein.  I can't wait to see all my little kinder babies as Frankensteins.  If you are interested in the craftivity, please click on the image below.



I would also love to give a couple away.  Make sure you follow my blog and TpT store.  All you need to do is comment below with your name, email address, and your favorite Halloween activity you do in your classroom.  I will choose a winner Sunday (10/27) evening before I go to bed!  :)

I had my husband, son, and daughter each choose a number and our winners are Rene, Beth, and Cindy.  Check your email ladies!  Thanks to everyone who participated.

Check back later this week to see all our Halloween fun!

9 comments:

  1. I follow your blog and TPT store. I love to do lots of fun activities with our pumpkin--sink/float, measuring with cubes and string, voting/graphing how to carve the pumpkin, counting the seeds, etc. This looks like a very cute activity!! renetowens@sbcglobal.net

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  2. This is such a cute activity!!!! I follow both!!! I have a ton of favorite activities but I think bats and spiders are my favorite. My students love learning all of the "big words" associated with bats and spiders and comparing bats to owls and spiders to other insects.
    Julie Davis
    DDgirl4ever@yahoo.com

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  3. I love the idea for the writing activity. My students are so into anything scary, particularly any horror show or movie.

    Buffalobills8293@yahoo.com

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  4. I follow both. I love to do graphing activities using candy.
    yashikaslaughter@gmail.com

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  5. This is adorable! I follow both. My favorite activity is to make a Spookley the Square Pumpkin, pumpkin patch. Students create pumpkins in different shapes and colors to show we are all unique.
    -Andrea
    alwayskindergarten@gmail.com

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  6. I follow your blog AND you're on my favorite sellers list at Tpt! :o) I love to carve a pumpkin with my school kiddos!

    Cindy
    ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

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  7. Making painted white ghost and teaching the poem "trick or treat, smell my feet. "
    Ronda.Walton@cowetaps.org

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  8. Making painted white ghost and teaching the poem "trick or treat, smell my feet. "
    Ronda.Walton@cowetaps.org

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  9. I am going to use Greg's Frankenstein centers - this craft would go perfectly!
    dbtrout@hotmail.com

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