Halloween in the Classroom – Go Batty!
Looking for a way to add an educational and charitable element to your classroom Halloween celebrations? Adopt a vampire bat! or any of these “scary” critters
Adopt a Wolf | Adopt a Jaguar | Adopt a Wolverine
Classroom Halloween Party
Most of you are way better than me about planning in advance, but for those last minute room moms, you can skip the drive across town just to find the leftover Halloween pickings. Order TODAY and have your paper goods and decorations delivered to your front door in time for your student's Halloween in the classroom party!
These patterns compliment your Baby Vampire Bat Adoption perfectly! Check with your classroom teachers, even if you don't adopt a bat, they still may be integrating bats into their lesson plans.
A simple, one-click alternative … This basic party package for 8 guests includes plates, cups, beverage napkins, a table cover, cutlery, balloons, streamers, candles, and curling ribbon. You can also order most supplies individually.
Classroom Halloween Treats
Bake bat shaped cookies and pick up some bat shaped pretzels. We like that these bat lollipops are individually wrapped. Or throw a whole bunch of classic Halloween candy into this fabulous bat candy bowl. You can also use your bat cookie cutter to make bat finger sandwiches. Check with your classroom teacher to see if anyone is allergic to peanuts prior to bringing peanut butter & jelly sandwiches. Another option is to use mild cheddar cheese and wheat bread for the classic black & orange Halloween look.
Bat Serving Dish | Set of 2 Aluminum Bat Candy Bowls
Classroom Halloween Decorations
It's a classroom party — keep it simple and cheap. Save your money for all the little extras your classroom teacher really NEEDS!
Giant Bat Balloon | Animated Light Up Bat | More Bat Balloons
Family Friendly Halloween Wall Scene with lots of Bats | Peanuts Halloween Bulletin Board Set
Batty Activities for your Classroom Party
Pass the Vampire Bat
Supplies: One black straw for each child | Bat shapes cut out of black tissue paper.
How To Play: Divide the class into 2 teams and line up each team. Students pass the tissue bats down the line, teammate to teammate, by inhaling and exhaling on the straw to hang onto or release the ornament. No hands! The first team to successfully pass the bats up and down the line wins! (Before the game you can get the students to make the tissue bats).
Break the Piñata
New! Printable games for the classroom
For the teacher or room parent
READ Classic Halloween Bat Stories!
No bat unit is complete without reading Stellaluna!
School Halloween Party Resources
Even if you are the room mother planning this event, take time to enjoy your Halloween in the classroom party and be sure to take lots of pictures. We would love to see them!!!