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Haunted House Treat Carrier

 


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Subjects
  • Arts & Humanities
Grades
  • Pre K
  • K-2
  • 3-5

 

Brief Description

Students make a haunted house carrier for their delicious Halloween goodies!

Objectives

Students
  • follow directions.
  • use art media and tools appropriately.

Keywords

Halloween, haunt, haunted house, treat, October

Materials Needed

  • half-gallon milk cartons
  • brown, black, and yellow construction paper
  • scissors
  • Halloween stickers
  • clear tape
  • white glue
  • yarn
  • hole punch

Lesson Plan

In this lesson, students construct haunted houses with open doors and windows around cropped milk cartons. Placed on a counter with rolling fog and webbing (stretched cotton batting or cotton balls), this nifty project will make an attractive classroom display, and students will enjoy taking their products home to hold their treats on Halloween night!

For the complete lesson, see Kathy Ross's directions for creating this fun and useful Haunted House Treat Carrier.

Assessment

Students should accurately follow all instructions to create a completed haunted house treat carrier.

Lesson Plan Source

FamiliesFirst.com

Submitted By

Cara Bafile

National Standards

FINE ARTS: Visual Arts


NA-VA.K-4.1NA-VA.K-4.2
  • GRADES K - 4
  • Understanding and Applying Media, Techniques, and Processes
    Using Knowledge of Structures and Functions

NA-VA.5-8.1NA-VA.5-8.2
  • GRADES 5 - 8
  • Understanding and Applying Media, Techniques, and Processes
    Using Knowledge of Structures and Functions

See more Halloween lessons from Education World on our Happy Halloween page.

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10/11/2011