These are the three aspects preschoolers must gain before they enter kindergarten. With Halloween characters and culture, it will be helpful to gain the important skills, as well as fun.
There are a lot of phrases and words around Halloween that the children will hear of them every year. As the parents and teachers, you can use the opportunity to also include communication skills.
You can start using "what" for every question, such as:
"What is the pumpkin's name?"
"What is your favorite Halloween candy? How does it taste?"
Identifying objects and shapes
This includes body parts and colors. You see, the witch's nose is always on point and Jack-o'-Lantern's teeth are creepy. Halloween candies are colorful too. For example, candy corn has different colors; white, yellow, and orange, and some chocolate are dark brown and another one is lighter, with circular and rectangle shapes.
"Put the candies based on the number on the card."
That's how one example of the exercise for preschoolers on Halloween. The numbers are mostly from 1 to 10. Afterward, they can eat the candies if they finish the number correctly.
There are many Halloween activities preschoolers can do during the Halloween season and they are easy to find on the internet. For instance, here, you can get the printable preschoolers' Halloween printable activities for free, very instant. The topics range from coloring, letters, numbers, and even writing practice for the kiddos.
Children love to wear unique and special Halloween costumes for trick-or-treating. From the scariest to the simplest yet funny, you still need to prepare the accessories. It must be in their memory from time to time.
Isn't it fun to have an open house for trick-or-treating? You should expect a group of children knocking on your front door asking for candies. Also, for plan B, you can give the sweets to your children.
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There are always Halloween activities for preschoolers with parents. Not only is it easy but also good for mother and kids bonding. Moreover, you can teach them concentration and how to grip a coloring tool.
There are many worksheet activities you can do with the kids at home. One of the examples is drawing a ghost on paper. You draw the ghost with white paint, then the kids will find it by spreading black paint. Here's what you need to prepare:
You can choose the paperless one and it is edible. Use the chocolate balls or candies as the token to complete the game. You will guide the kids to walk on the spider's web. If their tiny feet go out of the line, they must restart from the beginning.
To go on trick-or-treat, you have to bring a bag or basket to carry all your candies treat. Prepare some spookish bags to go with you. It is commonly made from fabric which easier for you to get along with it.
For something freaky and weird, you can choose any Halloween icons such as the witch, skull, skeleton, bat, zombie, and many more. Mix the color and the picture so it will look full of the characters.
Halloween bags can also be made from paper. It is commonly used for wrapping your treats or gift. Choose the paper bag template you going to use, then print it.
If you want to make this as a students' activity, you can arrange for them to make their own paper bag by adding simple but scary Halloween symbols such as the pumpkin. the witch and ghost.
The puppet used to tell the story to be more exciting by the act out, including spooky story. Many kinds of materials you can use to create a Halloween puppet.
One of them is using popsicle sticks with the characters.
First of all, you need to prepare the materials such as popsicle sticks, orange and black paper, glue, a jack-o-lantern template, and scissor. Cut the template by following its line.
Continue to glue the orange paper into the template, and make it covered by the orange paper on both sides but still leave a hole in the bottom.
Create the face ornaments on it. Give some glue on the top of the popsicle stick then place it on the pumpkin hole.
Your Halloween pumpkin puppet is ready to tell some of the creepiest stories.
On Halloween, you can arrange crafting activity which related to this spooky day. Creating creepy ghosts using paper plates would be great.
All you have to prepare are the paper plate, ghost face template, and toilet paper. In this project, the students require to glue the template on the paper plate and continue to place the toilet paper as the robe.
Help them to stick it and make sure they do not over glue the face part and the toilet paper because it can rip easily. Make sure they place the template on the center of the paper plate and stick the toilet paper on the bottom part.
Hang it in the classroom to add Halloween scary vibes to it!