Halloween is my favorite seasons for adapted classroom activities. In my special education classroom we use themed items to keep students engaged all year long. Read on to learn about my favorite adapted Halloween Activities for special education.
October Visual Recipes
Everyone loves a seasonal treat! 4 visual recipes for cooking in your special education classroom. Each recipe is easy to use, includes symbol supports, and worksheet assessments. The best part? NO OVEN OR STOVE NEEDED!
Monster Cookie Shake
Pumpkin Pie Cup
Learn more about cooking in the classroom here.
Cut + Paste Fine Motor Puzzles
Cut and Paste is a valuable skill that some students need direct instruction to master.
HOW IT WORKS:
+ Students must cut on lines then put picture back together and paste in top box.
+ Perfect for OT sessions, fine motor practice, preschool, special education and more!
+ Improve efficiency using these sheets!
+ Allow students to choose a picture each day for extra practice.
+ Increase difficulty by fading prompts as student is more successful
Learn more about fine motor practice here.
Picture Comprehension Worksheets: Halloween
Leveled Picture Comprehension Halloween + October for Special Education
Picture comprehension is perfect for students with autism or other developmental disabilities, who need symbol supports.
WHAT LEVELS ARE INCLUDED?
This unit offers students visual supports for multiple choice answers and is differentiated (field of 2, and field of 3)
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Halloween Worksheets “No Prep Pack”
Halloween and October themed worksheets for special education basic skills review. Perfect for Autumn Homework, Preschool/Kindergarten review, and more! Includes all must-have, must-practice basic skills. Great for morning work, busy work, or goal work! Just PRINT & GO!
Learn more about Halloween Fine Motor Activities here.
All of these activities and more are included in this discounted October Activities Bundle.
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Read more about Halloween read alouds here.
FREE download: Task Box 4-Pack: Halloween (Matching + Sorting)
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