Spooky Season 2021

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Spooky Season
Spooky Season

Over the years, we have shared a ton of fun Halloween books and activities for you and your students. Here is a full list of our seasonal recommendations to help you celebrate!

Día de los Muertos explores the traditions of Mexico and Latin America. Then your students can craft their own sugar skull with our fun printable.

Follow the spooky adventure of two great-great-great-great nephews of Edgar Allan Poe in The Misadventures of Edgar & Allan Poe. Ask your students to write their own mystery novel to get in the spirit.

Have a dance party with the monster in Halloween HustleHave your students get in on the fun by inviting them to make up their own dance.

Learn about a favorite fall vegetable in How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? Students can practice their math skills with this hands-on activity.

The Backstagers and the Ghost Light is a great scary story for your older students. Then they can try writing their own scary story.

Ghoulia and the Ghost with No Name is the sweet story of Ghoulia and her quest to help a friend. Get ready for her party by designing your own outfit.

Gustavo the Shy Ghost will encourage you to be brave, just like him. Then learn about symmetry with our skull design activity. 

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