Primary Punchbowl Fall Blog Hop

I love this time of the year. It is honestly my favorite time of the year to teach. There are so many fun hands-on activities that students can do in the classroom. My students always love our Pumpkin Unit. We spend a week learning all things pumpkin. One of their favorite things we do is this interactive pumpkin book during math and science. For math, students will work in small groups to investigate their pumpkins. Each group has their own pumpkin and will have a different activity each day. For science, students will learn about the life cycle of a pumpkin, parts of a pumpkin, and several other activities. They will finish the week with a pumpkin taste test, which is always a crowd favorite. 
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Halloween is the beginning of the holiday season, my most favorite time of the year. One thing we did at my school was "You've Been BOOed!" This is such a fun way to spread some holiday cheer and get faculty and staff at your school involved; a great way to encourage community. Everyone seemed to love this and even the kids would get into it.

So here is how it works...
You have a few staff be the 'lucky ones' that will get the chain going. These people will put together a Halloween treat of some sort, along with printing out the necessary papers to inform the chosen ones how it works. The teachers that have been BOOed will place this paper on the outside of their classroom door so that everyone knows that they have been selected (and they do not keep getting chosen). They will then have a couple of days to put together a gift and pick someone to BOO! Before you know it everyone has been BOOed and received a special little something from a coworker.

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Thank you so much for being a part of the Primary Punchbowl Blog Hop. Do not forget to check out all the other teachers that are participating and grab their FREEBIE and a enter in their Raffelcopter for a chance to win their giveaway!


13 comments:

  1. Love the idea of "Boo-ing" my staff! Secret pals is one of my favorite non-teaching events of the school year. I may need to add this in to my rotation!! ;)
    Erin
    Very Perry Classroom

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  2. I LOVE it Jen! I love your Boo'ed idea! Super cute! Thank you for sharing!

    Whoop-Whoop!
    ~Elizabeth

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  3. Totally going to rock the Boo'ed chain! Love this idea. Thanks for sharing!
    Andrea
    Always Kindergarten

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  4. That is a really neat idea. And I love your freebie! I'm your newest follower!

    Christin
    Shifting Teacher K-2

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  5. Love your pumpkin notebook! So cute! You have such a good eye for fonts and graphics that are kid friendly!!

    Sara
    Sara J Creations

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  6. Jennifer...First...love the products and post. Very nice. With your rafflecopter, you may want to revise to make direct links. If you get this message and need help, I can walk you through it. It will make a difference in the entries, I think.

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  7. Great post! We do pumpkin investigations in my room too and the kiddos really love it. We haven't done a taste test though, I am going to have to add that in this year. Love the Booed idea. What a great RACK. Thanks for the freebie!

    ~Laura
    Luv My Kinders

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  8. Love the staff treats! I'm so doing this when I get back to school this week! I also love the pumpkins. Pumpkins are always fun to explore c

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  9. I usually get to the end of October and wish it had been longer! So many great learning opportunities and fun make it my favorite month!
    Jenny

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  10. Your pumpkin unit looks incredible! Love the diagram page! :) Fall goes by way too fast, but before we know it, we will be talking about Christmastime! Great job!

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  11. Oh my goodness! We can't wait to start using the "BOO" Bucket! What an awesome and fun idea! Thank you so much for sharing!!!!!
    Ashley and Brooklynn

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  12. Love the Boo bucket! I think I should start it up at my school!

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  13. Love your post! I have always wanted to get "booed!" My students keep talking about it happening to them...I think the solution is to start it at my school! : )
    Sarah
    Mrs B's First Grade

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