First up, how cute is this rhyming game? This has a free download for the rhyming pictures, all set to print on labels. Or print on plain paper and glue on to whatever you use.
Find this activity, as well as a candy corn alphabet printable, on the Make, Teach & Take blog.
Find this activity on Ms. Lane's SLP Materials website.
Check it out as a free download on Teachers Pay Teachers.
Find the Handprint Vampires on the Crafty Morning blog (and be sure to browse around for even more activities!)
Look for the recipe and great visual directions from Sommer Collier on A Spicy Perspective.
Find the printables on the reading-with-kids.com website.
I've seen these cute spiders several times in the past few years, and have always wanted to make them for speech sounds--each student can make a spider and list words that contain their target sound. This year might just be the year I can pull it off. It can be used for so many goals, including Halloween vocabulary, digraphs, even math. It's billed for a graphic organizer, which is another great idea.
Find this fun spider activity on The Lesson Plan Diva blog
Find this adorable monster book on the Measured Mom blog.
Find the links on the Creekside Learning blog.
Find the links on the Living Montessori Now blog.
Heather H might have to let all trick-or-treaters take out their own candy from the bowl, to avoid giving them the trick of germs from the cold that won't leave.