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Am I spooky? Do I have fangs? Hold up a Halloween character to your face and ask questions until you can make an inference about who you are! This game will get even your most reluctant students engaged! Included in this set: EBP strategy recommendations for using with this set8 characters masksMyst
This fun craftivity will get the whole class excited for Halloween! Students write down clues about themselves, and their classmates can flip over the ghost to see who it is! This file can also be used as an interactive bulletin boards for visitors to admire and interact with when they come to your
PreK - 3rd
Guess Who's At the Door: Halloween Inferencing | Boom Cards | Speech Distance LearningTarget critical thinking skills with this fun, digital inferencing activity! Who's at the door on Halloween night? Read the clues and see if you can guess what costumed trick or treater will be behind the door.
This is a cute activity to do for Halloween. The worksheet says "Trick or Treat Can you guess who's under the sheet?" I made a few different versions of this worksheet. One of the worksheets has most of the words filled out making it easier for the kindergarteners. Last year I gave my first graders
This ghost writing craft is sure to be a hit! With this product, your kids will write clues to describe themselves and make a cute ghost craft. No need to stress, everything has been supplied for you to easily print and copy. I've even included a bulletin board header! Enjoy! Leah Woolfall
PreK - 4th
This Halloween Adapted Book, "Halloween, Who Am I?" focuses on the -Wh Question word, "Who," and identifying Halloween costumes vocabulary, and basic comprehension skills by having students answer the question, "Who?" In this activity, a teacher or therapist reads the story, as students follow al
Playing games, like the classic Guess Who, can be educational too!. This seasonal game encourages turn-taking, asking and answering questions plus builds vocabulary and basic concepts. Fun & Learning!This game can be challenging. I included written prompts with visuals for players who need a lit
2nd - 5th
Get this and more HERE!This resource includes 20 'Who Am I?' Halloween themed riddles and also includes editable slides where you can add your own riddles. This resource is perfect for a classroom brain break or if you are looking for some Halloween themed fun activity to do with your class.To play:
Here's a fun and easy Halloween riddle book or bulletin board to make with your class! Students use a writing frame to write simple clues about themselves, creating a riddle which asks, "Who Am I?" They add a personalized ghost "costume" to the page, with a drawing of themselves underneath. After
This is a fun Halloween game that can be played with a small group of students online in a meeting. All you do is share your screen! You can use this to assess while playing a fun game.Ways to use:Please note that you can use this product in PowerPoint, Google SlidesFor PowerPoint all you need to do
This is a great Halloween game for any age group. 32 playing cards included "Who Am I?" will get your students moving and thinking. Students wear the name of a popular halloween costume taped to their back. They then walk around the room asking classmates "yes" or "no" questions in an attempt to f
1st - 12th
Let your students have some spooky fun while they test their inferencing skills! This Halloween-themed activity for Google Slides™️ and Google Forms™️ has students choosing the correct Halloween costume based on a description. You can choose to assign the self-grading Google Forms™ Quiz or use the int
“GUESS WHO? GAME INSERTS with HALLOWEEN THEME & VISUAL PROMPT PAGE FOR YES/NO QUESTIONS.” Thank you! This activity addresses multiple goals: Categories, Attributes, Yes/No Interrogatives, Listening Skills, Turn Taking. Inserts to be used with the Milton Bradley GUESS WHO? Game. This p
Your students won't even realize they're practicing their inferencing skills with this fun Halloween activity! Simply print, cut the clue and picture cards apart, and you have an instant center activity! Students will read the clues on the card, match the clues with the correct Halloween character
Holy Cow! A game for each season. These fun Who Done It Games are sure to be a hit in your classroom. Use the mystery activities during your Holiday Parties or as a fun Friday afternoon treat. The games represent Halloween, December, (Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa), Valentine's Day, and the End o
Another great game my students love: a simple game of "Guess who? / Who's who?" about Halloween monsters ! Players try to find out each other’s monsters by asking YES/NO questions.Great to keep the kids engaged and on task ...This easy game works really well with any age group and ESL students. You
With this product your students will:learn about character traits (physical traits and personality traits)generate a list of character traits that describe themselvespractice writing complete sentencesmake inferencescreate a cute Halloween craftivity to go with their writingWhat's includedcharacter
1st - 3rd
Who am I? This pack encourages your students to describe their costumes and decide what to wear on Halloween night. Be creative and explore each description. Brainstorm pageslist what your students might choose to wear as a costume for Halloween.Cards with costumes examplesorally describe the costum

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Students must ask YES or NO questions to eliminate the Halloween creatures on the game board and guess "la persona secreta."Students can play on teams or in pairs.Included Materials:- 2 game boards (one with classic Halloween movie characters, and one with typical Halloween creatures/characters appr
9th - 12th
**RESSOURCE EN FRANÇAIS**The game of "Guess Who?" is a huge hit in my class - it helps develop oral language skills, enables children to make inferences and provides so much fun with little prep time. For this reason, I decided to create a Halloween-themed "Guess Who?" game to make it that much more
Do you need a fun and engaging Halloween incentive game? Have fun with this Digital Guess Who Halloween game, as each player asks questions about the other player's Halloween character.Click HERE to preview BOOM™ Digital Guess Who HalloweenThis game is full of targeting speech and language goals inc
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Halloween Who Am I? Easy Reader by Koala Resources Simple Emergent Reader with Color and black and white clipart options. Suitable for younger beginner readers and older struggling readers. Use in small group and individual instruction sessions. Contents: 1. A simple easy reader with a small
HALLOWEEN TIME!This printable has been designed for young children to play Guess Who at school (or at home, too!). ▶WHAT’S INCLUDED?✔ A NON-PERSONALIZED/NON-EDITABLE PRINTABLE digital file.1 PDF file with five different guessing game cards. Each one has a different colour but same order. Recommendat
Get ready for Halloween with these simple logic puzzles for early childhood. Young learners need opportunities to participate in logic puzzle activities too and these easy to read four clue "Who Am I?" digital task cards (Boom Cards) are just the ticket. Students will use their logic skills to deter
PreK - 2nd

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