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It’s Halloween time! That means it’s time for jack o’lanterns! This jack o’lantern craft is lots of fun, and has a great fine motor skill activity built into the making of it where little ones practice a bit of sewing! Little ones will also love stuffing the jack o’lantern to make it puff up like… Read more »
Cut out the eyes, nose, and mouth and paste them on the pumpkin. Then color it to make a jack-o’-lantern. Older kids can do the cutting on their own. Younger children may need help with the cutting, or the teacher can cut out the face pieces ahead of the lesson.
Jack-o’-lanterns are great for practicing parts of the face vocabulary. Look at a jack-o’-lantern picture and identify which part of the face the arrow is pointing to. Next, find the vocabulary word at the bottom of the page. Then write the corresponding number in the circle next to the picture. Don’t forget to color the… Read more »
This simple jack-o’-lantern song is great for learning and reviewing parts of the face vocabulary and is the perfect introduction to carving a pumpkin!
This simple Halloween song for kids teaches the emotions happy, angry, sad, and scared. Can you make a happy face, Jack-o’-lantern?
Make a jack-o’-lantern mask! Print this page on sturdy paper and have the students color it. Cut out the mask and eyes, attach some rubber bands, string, or sturdy paper to wrap around the head. Alternatively you could tape a straw to the back and use it like a masquerade mask. Be careful using masks… Read more »
Make your own jack-o’-lantern with this simple tracing sheet. Practice parts of the face vocabulary by drawing the eyes, nose, and mouth. Now, color the jack-o’-lantern.
Can you draw a happy face? How about an angry face? Draw the face on the jack-o’-lantern and then trace the word.
This is a great Halloween-themed worksheet for simple listening and writing practice. The teacher reads one of the emotion words. Students listen, draw a face on the pumpkin to create a jack-o’-lantern, and then write the word below the jack-o’-lantern. To make it more challenging, have the students fold the word box under the worksheet.