Halloween Blog Hop!!

It's time to celebrate the Halloween season with TRICKS, TREATS, and a HUGE GIVEAWAY!!!

Welcome to my blog, Create.Teach.Share. I am thrilled that you stopped by my "door" for some fun TRICKS and TREATS!!

Here is my treat for you.... 
Halloween Logic Puzzles, to keep those young minds thinking, even during this crazy Halloween time!!
{Click the Treat Bag below to grab this freebie!!}

And now a little "trick" from my own classroom...

I love to celebrate holidays like Halloween in my classroom. However, I try very hard to keep our celebrations as "educational" {and FUN} as possible. Last year my students worked with "Frightening Figures of Speech". We spent time discussing these different idioms, and writing sentences for each.
Next, students go the chance to write a sentence for, and illustrate their favorite Frightening Figure of Speech!!
I love how we got to explore one of our language standards, while also having some Halloween FUN!!

Want a chance to win more TREATS, OOZING with Halloween fun?! Check out the TREATS (no tricks here) that are EERILY EXCITING in this giveaway! This CAULDRON OF TREATS features fabulous TpT products for grades 3rd-5th, as well as a TEACHER TREAT BAG that is to DIE for!
Knock on the door to see who you will be Trick-or-Treating with next! Get your treat bag ready, I have a feeling you'll need it again!
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8 comments

  1. Rebecca - I LOVE your post! The Halloween idioms are ADORABLE! :)

    Thanks for participating! :)

    Lindsay
    Primary Polka Dots

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  2. I already printed off the Halloween Logic Puzzles and added them to my literacy centers today. My students who used them loved them and couldn't wait to tell the rest of the class about them. The Halloween idioms are going to be just perfect for the week of Halloween craziness the last week of October. Thanks so much!

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  3. Hello,
    Thanks for the logic freebie. Where can I can find the idiom activity? I checked TPT; but, no luck. Thank you!

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    1. The idiom pages are actually part of my Halloween Ready, Print, Go Unit. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Ready-Print-Go-Halloween-Edition-1448917

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  4. Where can I find your Halloween idioms? I would love to do these with my students this year.

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  5. How do we download the Idioms worksheets?

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    1. The idiom pages are actually part of my Halloween Ready, Print, Go Unit. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Ready-Print-Go-Halloween-Edition-1448917

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