For Halloween 2020, we rounded up crafts and educational activities your students can do, even if they're learning from home.
These five fun crafts and educational activities (featuring a few of our favorite supplies, of course!) should fill the bill for your classroom’s Halloween celebration: super cute, low-budget, and easy to make. If your school isn’t meeting in person, you can share the Halloween party ideas with parents and even lead students through creating a craft on a Google Meet session.
Once you’ve decided on your Halloween party crafts and treats, use TeacherLists to create your free online wish list—it’s a quick and easy way to ask parents for help. Simply click to add items to your list and when you’re done, share your list with parents via email, your social networks, or your school or classroom website. arents can pledge to donate items right online (TeacherLists even tracks who is bringing what—you’ll get an email letting you know who has pledged to donate which items, and how many). Your list even updates automatically so you don’t get too many of one item and not enough of another!
For this craft from Crafty Mama 84, you’ll need:
For this craft from No Time for Flash Cards, you’ll need:
For this craft from Crafty Journal, you’ll need:
For this craft from Make Take Teach, you’ll need:
For this craft from Craft Whack, you’ll need:
Ready to create your free online wish list? Get started!