Halloween Fun for Kinders, High Schoolers, and Everyone In-Between

You never outgrow Halloween. Which means that every level of teacher can get creative with their Halloween celebration, from totally adorable to absolutely terrifying. We’ve pulled together some of our favorite ideas for treats, games, and learning activities to make your planning a breeze! Plus, #BICFightForYourWrite has some great writing prompts for students of all ages!

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 Treats

orea treats Apple's Ghost Oreo Spiders via Mom.me

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“Boogers on Sticks” via TeachMama

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Carrot fingers via TeachMama


Games

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Apple's GhostMonster Dice via Momma’s Fun World

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Poison Apples via About.com

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Fear Factor via Cook Create Consume


Learning Activities 

Static-Electricity-BatApple's GhostStatic Electricity Flying Bats via Playdough to Plato

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Flying Tea Bag Ghosts via Playdough to Plato

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Real Life Ghost Story Research via New York Times


Writing with BIC

15-434 BIC Halloween Writing Prompts

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As BIC continues to Fight For Your Write, consider using these fun writing prompts with your students this Halloween season.

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