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The Tell-Tale Heart Dramatic Reading with Subtitles and Sound Effects for Audio and Visual Support
If you teach Edgar Allan Poe’s, “The Tell-Tale Heart,” check out this YouTube video! Use it to differentiate instruction! It’s great for audio/visual support while reading the short story. The video is a dramatic reading of “The Tell-Tale Heart” with subtitles and sound effects. Click to use it now or save it for later!
Halloween Figurative Language! Halloween Activity!
Halloween Figurative Language is available in PDF, Powerpoint, and Google. This fun Halloween activity is perfect for centers, distance learning, or morning work! Create figurative language using sentence starters and prompts, then illustrate four of that type! 7 figurative languages included!
Halloween NO PREP Activities
These HALLOWEEN no prep review activities are fun for the 1st, 2nd, & 3rd grade student and come in print and digital formats. Engaging and fun review for the busy month of October. Use for fast finishers, homework, small groups, and for review of taught skills. Includes grammar, reading and math skills, along with word searches, color by codes, and word scrambles. Perfect for the homeschooling family too!
Halloween Word Search
There’s nothing like a fun Word Search! This Halloween themed word search printable includes words like Halloween, Candy, Broom, Creepy, Ghost and more. Make a game out of it and set your stopwatch to see who can find the most words in a few minutes or see who can finish it first!
Halloween ELA Activities for Middle School
Read this blog post to find activities and ideas for spooky season in your ELA classroom! Practice real skills while having fun with figurative language.
Halloween Sentence Fragments | Correcting Incomplete Sentences
If your students are in the habit of writing incomplete sentences, try these fun Halloween themed task cards to give your upper elementary, middle school, or ESL students practice with correcting sentence fragments. After an explanation of fragments and a review of example sentences, they will start with phrases and dependent clauses and then add details to make them complete sentences. This is also a great activity to encourage adding specific details to create interesting sentences.
Make Your Own Minster Playdough Kit
Need a fun Halloween activity or handout? This Make Your Own Monster Kit has you covered! It is a super fun fine-motor skills center. Just throw in the included challenge cards to add a counting component for your little monster makers! It also includes the cutest toppers to make individual monster kits to pass out to your class, as a party favor, or to your trick or treaters.
Halloween Reading Activities Grades 2-5
15 Halloween-themed graphic organizers for any fiction & nonfiction text! Use throughout the month of October and beyond! You will find that these graphic organizers quickly become an essential part of your ELA block. #elaactivities #elacenters #readingcentersactivity
DIY Halloween Garland | Halloween Paper Garland Cutouts | Bats, Pumpkins, Ghosts, Black Cats, Hat
These Halloween paper garland cutouts are so fun to make and they’re surprisingly simple! If you have some coloured construction paper, a pair of scissors and some tape, you’re ready to rock! Fold the paper, cut out your favourite shapes, then watch the magic as you open them back up again to see your garland of connected shapes.