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Halloween Craft: Haunted House Collaborative Door Poster Activity





Decorating your door for Halloween has never been cooler (or easier)! This year have some real fun decorating your door  as everyone in class pitches in on this Halloween craft.

Collaboration posters are so much fun and super simple. Students will color their assigned piece, cut it out, draw themselves in the windows wearing their Halloween costumes, and then the poster gets assembled and displayed on your classroom door. The door poster is 35 pieces (each piece fits on 8.5″ x 11″ paper).  The final poster has 30 window spaces that allow children to draw themselves in the windows, dressed in their Halloween costumes.



Easy for Teachers & Fun for Kids!


ratings and counting!

I loved this! I used it as a lesson in diversity. I allowed my students to choose to use crayons, markers, colored pencils, or all three, which gave the final product an eclectic feel. Not all of my students have the same abilities. Through this product I was able to illustrate that even though we are all different and interesting, when work together the final product can be quite beautiful.

DeAndrea S.

I especially love squares that kids add characters in the windows 🙂 I LOVE all of these collaborative art activities, but more importantly, the kids do too!


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