Center Transformations for Your Classroom Halloween Party

Saturday, 31 October 2015

If you are looking for some Halloween party ideas, try transforming your choice time centers into spooky spaces with fun activities for your kindergarten kiddos to enjoy! 
                  
Here are some ideas to get you started.

Halloween in the Science Center

Deck out your science center with spiders and webs for children to explore and incorporate into their play. 


add spiders to your science center for your kindergarten halloween party

adding spiders to your science center for your kindergarten halloween party

adding spiders to your science center for your classroom halloween party

Add some paper and your "mad scientists" will enjoy sketching webs and spiders.

adding spiders to your science center for your classroom halloween party


adding spiders to your science center for your classroom halloween party
      

Halloween in the Modeling Center

Whip up a batch of pumpkin pie playdough (or ask for a parent volunteer to make it) and add pumpkin decorating parts so children can create both silly and spooky faces.                   

adding pumpkin play dough and pumpkin faces to your dough center for your kindergarten halloween party

adding pumpkin play dough and pumpkin faces to your play dough center for your kindergarten halloween party


adding pumpkin play dough and pumpkin parts to your play dough center for your kindergarten halloween party

Halloween in the Block Center

Add spooky props and invite children to collaborate as they build a haunted house. 

adding haunted house props to your block center for your kindergarten halloween party


adding haunted house props to your block center for your kindergarten halloween party


adding haunted house props to your block center for your kindergarten halloween party

Halloween in the Art Center 

Round up some mini pumpkins and let children get creative by painting faces or fun designs. 

adding pumpkin painting to your art center for your kindergarten halloween party

Are there centers you currrently have in your classroom that can be transformed into fun spaces for Halloween activities or games?

Thanks for stopping by!

3 comments:

  1. Jackie!! How are you! Why didn't I think of those awesome halloween themed ideas. I LOVE them!! I will use next year. I love how the one boy was drawing the spider web and another the spider. Love the haunted houses too! Where did you get the supplies for the spooky faces?

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    1. oops!! This is Sarah Geer! LOL, thought it would show up when I wrote!

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  2. Hey Sarah! Hope this finds you well! I got the spooky faces at Walmart many years ago - I just looked at Amazon to see if they might have any - they are called pumpkin push-ins and they have a few sets, but not any that have as many pieces as the set I got. Mr. Potato Head pieces might also work well!

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