Classroom Halloween Party Ideas

Oh my goodness! Where is time going? I am still trying to get over the fact that summer is gone and over and it’s almost October?
I wanted to share some pictures from a fun Halloween party I had in my classroom. I have always been blessed with *amazing* room parents and the parents that planned this party really went to town! The kids had a blast and it was quite an event! Most of the activities were done as a center and we rotated every 15-20(ish) minutes.
Have you every tried Monster Juice?? It’s DELICIOUS!!! 
Materials Needed for Monster Juice: Halloween Straws, Party Cups, Sprite, Cotton Candy, Gummy Worms, Swedish Fish, and Popping Bobas. (BTW: Popping Bobas are amazing!! If you haven’t tried them, you need to! They are yummy on cheesecake, ice cream, other desserts.)
Monster Juice Directions: Place a small spoonful of Popping Bobas, 3 Swedish Fish, and one gummy worm in the bottom of the party cup. Fill with Sprite, add straw, and one Swedish Fish to the top of the cup. Have students add a small amount of cotton candy and watch their Monster Drink fizz!
 This drink isn’t just fun to make, it’s delicious and your students will love it!

A caramel apple bar is always a crowd pleaser! You can use your imagination, but you basically need an array of apples, caramel, chocolate chips, candy corn, sprinkles, marshmallows, etc! My students had so much fun decorating their caramel apples, that they almost didn’t have enough time to eat them!
Halloween is all about dressing up, right?!? One of my room moms set up this awesome “photo booth” and brought tons of costumes, hats, glasses, wigs, etc. We got some really hilarious pics of the kids and they giggled the whole time! So much fun!
Don’t Eat Pete is another favorite and it’s so easy to throw together. 
Click {here} to download it for free and to learn more about how to play. 
This next game, The Sounds of Halloween – Listening Lotto, is fun to play in a whole group setting. Instead of calling out the picture, your students have to listen to the “sounds of Halloween” in order to know which spot to mark. Last year, my students loved it and I’m definitely going to play it with my sweeties this year. Click {here} to check it out!
My students also loved making their Halloween Ghost Glyphs last year and they made for some pretty cute decorations during our Halloween party.
The ghost glyph can be found in my Oh, So Spooky Halloween unit on TpT. It includes lots of fun Halloween activities that you can do with your class all month long!

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