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Beginning Teacher Talk


Oct 20, 2021

There are so many creative Halloween books and activities that you can bring to your classroom during the month of October. You know that I always want to save you time and make things a bit easier for you, so I've done the groundwork by creating a list of my top 10 favorite activities using Halloween literature. This list includes options for book-specific activities as well as activities that you can use with books of your choice. I hope these ideas spark some inspiration in you and your students this season!

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Xo Lori

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