By Small Talk Speech Pathology

Monday, 24 October 2011

All Hallow's Eve

With Halloween just around the corner, I thought I'd take the opportunity to fill you with inspiration for Halloween themed goodies to keep the kids entertained without them having to beg for lollies from your neighbours (not that, when supervised, this can't be a viable way to spend the 31st of October).

But if traditional candy related activities are not your thing, why not sit down for a game of spooky Halloween themed Tic Tac Toe?

Via My Computer is my Canvas
This spooky pumpkin spelling game is a great way to make spelling fun.
Via Two Can Do It

 Get your home in the spirit with these fun printable posters.
Via Craftily Ever After
Via Craftily Ever After
I love these boy and girl paper dolls with Halloween costumes. You could even sneak some language work into your fun and games by targeting pronouns (he, she, his , her) and prepositions (on, off) while you dress the dolls.

Via Babalisme
Via Babalisme
Bingo is always a family favourite, and Halloween Bingo is sure to not disappoint either.

Via Family Crafts

Happy Halloween everyone.

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