Today I have a quick & very adaptable Halloween activity to share with you! (Also, don't forget to enter the giveaway!)
Large staff paper (there are some that are Halloween themed in this Fischarper Halloween packet)
Halloween erasers (or plastic spiders, candies, googly eyes, etc.)
Page protector (optional)
All you do is place the staff paper in the sheet protector, and make a game of where your student should place the erasers!
Here are some ideas of what you can practice:
If you'd rather not use Halloween activities, you could easily use these sheets with plastic spider and include it in a spider unit!
How would you use this activity?
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