It's that spooky time of year again.
What have you learned about Halloween?
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It`s Halloween! It`s Halloween!
The moon is full and bright
And we shall see what can`t be seen
on any other night:
Skeletons and ghosts and ghouls,
Grinning goblins fighting duels,
Werewolves rising from their tombs,
Witches on their magic brooms.
Halloween is nearly here
Halloween is nearly here.
I've got my costume planned.
It's sure to be the most horrific
outfit in the land.
If you should see me coming
you may scream and hide your head.
My get-up will, I guarantee,
fill every heart with dread.
My costume may cause nightmares.
Yes, my mask may stop your heart.
You might just shriek and wet yourself,
then squeamishly depart.
And yet, I won't be dressing as
you might expect me to.
I will not be a vampire
or ghost that hollers "boo!"
I won't look like a werewolf
or a goblin or a ghoul,
or even like a slimy blob
of deadly, dripping drool.
I will not be a zombie
or some other horrid creature.
No, this year I'll be much, much worse...
I'm dressing as a teacher.
Enjoy some of these Halloween games
Complete the jigsaw puzzle
More wacky games to play
Down below is a power point presentation on the origin and history of Halloween.
Can you collect all the bugs and put them into the graph.
Play this graph game
This week we are learning about the FIVE SENSES
Can you name them?
Why do we need them?
What do we use them for?
Check out this website to learn more about the senses
Learn about the five senses : Watch this wid
Play these games:
Can you finish the number sentence?
Finish the number pattern
We have been learning about the bones in our body.
Can you remember how many bones we have in our body?
Can you name any bones?
What does the skeleton do for us?
Vertebrates - Creatures with a back bone.
Joints - A joint is where two bones meet.
Brittle - Breaks very easily. Not very strong.
Characteristics - What makes something different from something else.
Contract and relax - Get tight and then loosen.
Exoskeleton – Bones outside the body.
Muscles - Are attached to bones. They make bones move by contracting and relaxing
Skeleton - Is made up of 206 bones that support your body and protects your organs.
Invertebrates - Creatures without a back bone
Calcium - Helps to build strong bones.
Play this skeleton game to help you remember where all the bones are in the body.
Check out this powerpoint about Skeletons
Can you label the skeleton
Remember we use capital letters to begin the;-
· first word in a sentence
· names of people
· days of the week
· months of the year
· names of streets and towns
· names of pets
Play these games:
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