Have you ever been Boo’d by your friends, family, neighbors, or colleagues around Halloween? It’s a fun little game that both adults and kids get a kick out of.
Keep reading to download a free, printable “You’ve Been Boo’d” sign to use for some Halloween fun.
Free Halloween Printables
Let’s get this “Spooktacular” party started! I’m teaming up with DJ Inkers to bring you two free Halloween printables plus a chance to win your very own copy of the Spook-tacular Smiles CD! This CD features tons of adorable Halloween themed clipart to use in your classroom. Keep reading to find out how you can take home a copy for yourself!
Growing up in Michigan most of my Halloween memories include a big puffy ski jacket covering my costume accessorized with mittens and the occasional scarf. There’s nothing like a little snow and a brisk wind to keep you running from door to door!
Here I am above kickin’ it old school in my homemade mouse/bear costume. The long sleeves, built-in mittens, and ear coverings are no accident! I sure wish we had cute digital clipart back then- oh wait, we didn’t even have computers!
You’ve Been Boo’d! Printable Note
The first free Spooktacular printable is a fun game you can play with your family, friends, or colleagues.
Here’s how it works, basically you fill a cute gift bag or other fun container with treats and leave it on the desk of two colleagues with a note. They enjoy the treats and then secretly select two other people to Boo.
It’s a unique and fun way to boost morale and build camaraderie. I’ve created the note and directions for you using clipart from the DJ Inkers Spooktacular Smiles CD.
Printable Halloween Positional Word Book
Click on the picture above to download this free, Halloween positional words book.
The next Spooktacular freebie is a printable Halloween booklet to help students learn positional words. Understanding the relative position and direction of objects is an important math skill for young children to learn.
Positional words help children better understand directions, ask detailed questions, and express their ideas to others. In this book, an adorable bear dressed in a pirate costume moves from page to page. Children have to listen to the story and move the bear to the correct location on each page. The instructions for assembly are included in the document.
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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this CD courtesy of DJ Inkers, I was not compensated in any other way. All opinions are 100% my own.