Halloween Writing Pack for young students


Horror, suspense and mystery has produced some of the greatest literature and film of all time, and what better time of year to capitalize on this genre of writing than Halloween.

This Halloween writing pack will provide plenty of incentives and visuals to help your students produce their scariest work yet.

These themed writing packs look great and will inspire kids to write and step up their presentation skills as opposed to simply writing on standard paper.

Download the Halloween themed writing Pack Here.

The Pack looks great, and has 8 different themed pages that include.

  • A Visual map for planning the characters, setting, problem & plot.
  • A planning tool for constructing a narrative.
  • Half Page Dotted thirds with a space for a picture
  • Full page themed dotted thirds with images.
  • Bordered Themed lined writing paper.

We have a number of themed writing packs and otherprintable paper for teachersand students that can be downloaded for free.

Blank Postcard Template

Use these blank postcard templates to teach young writers and have a bit of fun along the way.

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printable geoboards

Follow these instructions on how to use geoboards to teach math

Then feel free to download our free geoboard templates here. 

Printable 100 counting charts for students

Use these printable 100's charts to teach your children or students all the numbers from 1 - 100.  There is a blank and numbered template and they are a great tool for developing number fact knowledge.

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What is the chance printable thinking tool

Use this tool with your students to record their understanding of chance.  Simply pose a question and get them to record what they think the likelihood of that event occurring might be.

Click here to download the chance recording tool

Printable Five and Ten frames to teach counting skills

Tens Frames are used to teach children complements of 5 and 10.  They use these to practice what’s missing from a set to make it complete.   The ten frame uses the concept of benchmark numbers (5 and 10) and helps students develop visual images for each number. For example, this device makes it easy to see that 6 is 1 more than 5 and that 6 is 4 less than 10.

Click here to download your free 10 and 5 frame templates

There are some great ten frame resources on the web.  See these websites for ideas.


Smart Board Lesson:http://education.smarttech.com/ste/en-US/Ed+Resource/Lesson+activities/Notebook+Activities/Browse+Notebook/United+States/Elementary/K-3/Math/Ten+Frames.htm

Using 10 frames to add and subtract up to 20: http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?ID=L551

Above Reference: http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?ID=L547

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