- Take a spooky risk and roll the dice to create a haunted Halloween story! Find a dice around your house, or make one of your own, and roll to determine the various elements of your story. You never know where your Roll-A-Story might take you–Follow the link below to check it out!
- Ever wonder how Halloween came about? Check out the activities linked below to learn more about the history of Halloween! (Psst! Use the attached activity pages to test your knowledge.)
- We typically think about werewolves and witches when we see a full moon on Halloween…But what about a Blue Moon? Read more about this year’s Blue Moon happening on October 31st!
- Candy Corn is a yummy Halloween treat, but have you ever considered using it for a science experiment? Become a mad Halloween scientist and watch your Candy Corn dissolve right before your eyes! Check out the instructions below to learn more!
- Are you celebrating InkTober? Lots of really talented artists are definitely celebrating! The InkTober website provides an official prompt list for every single day of October and artists from all over draw their interpretation of the prompt and post to share!
- https://inktober.com/ My mom is a local artist that has participated the last few years in InkTober.Here is her drawing from today…
- Witchy Woman Miss Julie shares a Very Easy Outdoor Halloween decoration that anyone can make! Have a very Happy & Safe Halloween!
- Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, celebrations begin the day after Halloween, but this week we get a leg (bone) up on it with these fun art projects! Visit the following site to learn more before exploring your colorful, creative side, https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/explore/celebrations/day-of-the-dead/
- Torn Paper Calaveras (skeleton) with Marigolds – https://www.deepspacesparkle.com/dia-de-los-muertos-art-project/
- Day of the Dead Calaveras Drawing – https://www.deepspacesparkle.com/day-of-dead-art-project/
- Sugar Skull Collage with oil pastels & paint – https://www.deepspacesparkle.com/day-of-dead-dia-de-los-muertos-first/
- Sugar Skull Drawing with markers & painted paper flowers – https://www.deepspacesparkle.com/sugar-skull-line-drawings-collage/
- It’s about that time of year where most birds leave and migrate to a warmer place. Make a bird feeder so you can get a closer look before they are gone.
- Do you know how animals find their way home? Let’s find out together!
- This fall, CU Denver will have two virtual, interactive preview days! Preview Day is an excellent way for prospective students and groups to find out more about the University of Colorado Denver. On Preview Day, students will get a variety of offerings, from presentations from various offices to tours and various demos of some of our unique spaces. Student Ambassadors will interact with prospective students throughout the day, helping to provide students with an understanding of our campus. Students applying to CU Denver on the day of the visit will have their application fee waived, and there will also be some scholarship drawings!
- Friday, November 6 at 12:00 PM – Virtual Preview Day
- Friday, December 11 at 12:00 PM – Virtual Preview Day
- Teen Cooking – Very easy 4 ingredient chocolate chocolate chip cookies – Bonus they taste REALLY good too! Hope you enjoy! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ArxrRMAWCdNgGWTaSLip_I5zgYNPiflJ/view?usp=sharing
- Self-care is important on Halloween and always! Give yourself the sweet treat of self-care with these Halloween-inspired self-care reminders!
- What could be better than candy and sharing how you’re feeling? Grab your friends and family (and your Halloween candy) and play the M&M’S Feelings Game! Click the link below to learn more.