Roll the dice to win a
piece to create Mr.
Pumpkin Head. Can be
used for step-  by-step
art project, following
directions, learning
body parts, and many
more skils.

Retrieved 9/18/07 from
Step-by-step art project,
followed up with a
procedural writing
activity. The  kids loved
it! Takes about an hour
for  the two activities
together. This is meant  
as practice doing
procedural writing, not
as an introduction.

Submitted by Ellen
Posted 9/22/07
Guessing game with
Halloween pictures.
Good for multiple
activities or grade

Submitted by Ellen
Posted 9/22/07
32 flashcards to print
out showing Halloween
characters in different
phrases. Cards can be
enlarged to 4 per page.

Retrieved 9/25/07 from:
16 cards with different
ghosts to show 10
feelings and 6 misc
describing words.

Submitted by Ellen
Posted 9/23/07
Graphic organizer for
categorizing. Can be
used to make
personalized book to
help students talk about
their Halloween.

Submitted by Leigh
Posted 9/18/07
Interactive book about
common things we see
at Halloween.  Good for
sentence structure and
describing words.

Submitted by Leigh
Posted 9/18/07
Halloween Activities
Where is the Pumpkin?
These are two PPTs
that can be printed out
as books. One has the
pumpkin in the location
(click here), and the
other one is blank for
the students to place
the pumpkins in the
correct place
(click here).

Submitted by Claire
Posted 10/7/07
Based on the book by
Dav Pilkey, here are two
language activites:
Comparatives and

Submitted by Valerie
Posted 10/7/07
Bats at the Beach
This unit was designed
for Middle School MI/MO
classes, based on
model by Magic of
Stories. It has lesson
plan  suggestions,
vocabulary  matching
(click here) and a
PowerPoint with
instructions for  making
(click here).  
The entire lesson takes
about 90 min.

Submitted by Heather
Posted 10/18/07
This unit includes Bat
Bingo for  color
instructions for  making
a bat pinata, two art  
projects, and a coloring

Created by Jennifer
Posted 10/22/07
Graphic organizer for
categorizing Halloween
words by beginning

Submitted by Jennifer  
Posted 10/22/07
Created to use with
Jennifer Stuarts'
Alphabet Search.
These   are cute
pictures of things
commonly seen
around Halloween
which can be used  for
multiple activities.

Submitted by Ellen   
Posted 10/22/07
These are the visual
directions for a cute
Halloween cooking
project. Its has been
used with MS/HS
special ed classes.

Submitted by Adina
Posted 10/25/07
This is a website where
you and the kids can
carve your own
jack-o-lantern face.
Click "done" and it
lights up. Printable.

Posted 10/30/07
This is a fun PowerPoint
of jokes, riddles and
songs for  Halloween.

Contributed by Fair
Oaks 2nd Grade Team
Posted 2/24/08
Visuals for the steps in
carving a jack-o-lantern.

Submitted by Jessica
Posted 2/5/09
This powerpoint is TOO
CUTE! Great for early
vocab -  action words,
animal names,

Created by Wesley
Posted 1/4/10
This is a PowerPoint for
spatial relations.

By Allison Soncrant
Posted 11/2/10
Below you will find my apps available in the TinyTap marketplace. Teachers and therapists can get a
free membership to access all of their activities (over 200 thousand). Look for the link on the home page.
Early math skills for
counting 1-5 and
Ages 3+.
matching, hidden
pictures, listening
for clues, and
memory game.
Word games,
critical thinking
Various same/dif
tasks. Good for
verbal comparing
Age 3+
Interactive animated
story about a
scaredy cat. Literacy
skills. Age 4+
Halloween puns,
jokes, & riddles.
Age 5+
Follow spatial
directions with this
fun story.
Age 4+
No-Cook treats with
visual directions,
follow-up activities.
Ages 3+
Fun interactive
story for early math
vocab (sizes and
spatial concepts)
Age 3+
Auditory discrim
game for initial /k/
snd. Ages 3+
Fun catch-the-
ghosts game to
practice /g-/ words.
Counting to 5, vis
discrim, vocab
Ages 4+
Dress the kids in dif
Vocab:clothing, body
parts, costumes. Age