The Halloween Craftivities Unit is an interdisciplinary month of fun and learning that brings together the spirit of Halloween with creative activities across various subjects. Designed for students of all ages, this unit encourages a hands-on approach to education by incorporating art, science, language arts, and math into engaging Halloween-themed projects. Students get to explore their imagination through pumpkin carving, creating spooky decorations, conducting science experiments with eerie themes, writing ghost stories, and solving Halloween-themed math problems. This unit not only fosters creativity and critical thinking but also promotes teamwork and collaboration, making it a memorable and enriching experience for all participants.
Halloween is celebrated the entire month of October. There is so much to learn and so much fun to have.
Have FUN with this Halloween while incorporating interactive seasonal extensions in all curriculum areas.
This Halloween Activities/Craftivities unit includes:
. reading/writing resources
. math lessons
. science integrated with literacy (learn about bats, spiders, wolves, cats, pumpkin life cycle)
. social studies connections
Throughout these activities are many fun breaks for students. It ends with some arts and crafts that can be done before Halloween. These activities include sources (fiction and non-fiction) as well as opportunities for students to unleash their creativity during Halloween time.