I fill out this sheet and provide each adult (station) with a copy.
To fill this out, you need to...
-Decide which kids will pair well together and split the kids into groups (we make a couple groups smaller for those kids who need more one-on-one attention).
-Figure out which activities you want your kids to complete at each station.
-Figure out where you want each activity to take place (cooking activities may need to be close to the microwave while messy art projects may need to be at a table close to the door for easier access to the bathroom for hand-washing).
-Figure out which adult you want in charge of each activity.
Here are some of the activities we did last year...
Spooky Sensory Table:
Using edible materials to make "Blood" "Boogers" "Brain" "Worms" "Dirt" "Eye Balls"
Ghost Art Project: Students get their foot painted white. Then imprint it on a piece of black construction paper. We usually glue on googly eyes once they dry.
Spider Cookies: We use oreo cookies and pretzels to make these special cookies. Then we put M&Ms on for the eyes.
Halloween Bingo: Using our Halloween Vocabulary Words.
What kind of activities do you do for Halloween???