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Red eyes in addition to some black could be pretty fun.

Bloody eyes makeup for Halloween - Halloween Costumes 2013 Crit - Simple makeup. Really love the way the tears draw you up to the eyes. Not doused in blood or too gruesome. Just startling. Love it

Vampire inspired Halloween makeup. Vampires will never be forgotten on Halloween and this is the perfect look that you can go for with your vampire costume. The color combination of black and red blushes makes a good resemblance to blood and veins running through the body in a creepy way.

Halloween doesn't only have to be for children, these days if you're a grown adult still looking to create a creepy and scary Halloween idea, these 76 Of The Creepiest Halloween Makeup Ideas will have you frightening your friends away this Halloween!

area dice game 2

Practice finding area with this game! -- We know the kids at Bulldog love a bit of healthy competition which makes this Area Dice Game a perfect way to practice math & planning skills.

Objective: 5C6b: Multiply and divide whole numbers and those involving decimals by 10, 100 and 1000

Objective: Multiply and divide whole numbers and those involving decimals by 100 and 1000

Place Value hats. Each hat has one label. Ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, hundred thousands, decimal point, tents, hundredths, thousandths etc. Go as far as you need. Each child wears a hat and hold one digit. Can be used to show hoe to multiply or divide by 10, 100, 1000 etc. Make big and small numbers. Secure place value knowledge. I used basic party hats. Post it notes. Sharpie pen. Shire seal.

Place Value hats. Each hat has one label. Ones, tens, hundreds, thousands…

Worksheets: Measuring Volume: How Much Liquid Can it Hold?

Use with Language and Thinking - Measurement Vocabulary: First Grade Measurement Worksheets: Measuring Volume: How Much Liquid Can it Hold?

Magic Potions! Measuring Volume and Capacity Lesson 2/3/4 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Measuring Volume and Capacity Lesson - Australian Curriculum Lessons. Links well with Primary Connections 'Beneath Our Feet'