This drag-and-drop, Google Slides activity for October allows 4th graders to practice important Math & ELA skills while having fun with popular “creepy creatures” that are sometimes connected to Halloween.
Each animal aka “creepy creature” is shown on the slides, but there’s a catch: each picture has been broken apart and is now a mystery that students must put back together!
⭐ Your students will solve each mystery picture by using math and close reading skills. Then they can click on the Answer Key button to see if they are correct.
⭐ This Halloween / October activity has real pictures (not clipart or animations) of the animals. Here are the “creepy creatures” they will see and learn more about:
- Answer Keys
- EDITABLE Questions & Answers
- Links embedded throughout the activity that makes it easy for students to navigate
- Open-Ended Writing Section
- YES! Halloween is not the primary focus of this resource. The informational text passages include details about why these creatures are often associated with Halloween, but the main theme is on the animals.
This October Math & ELA Review set is standards-aligned for 4th Grade.
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