10 Timid Ghosts - DIY Felt Story and Sequencing Activity!

10 Timid Ghosts - DIY Felt Story and Sequencing Activity!
10 Timid Ghosts - DIY Felt Story and Sequencing Activity!
10 Timid Ghosts - DIY Felt Story and Sequencing Activity!
10 Timid Ghosts - DIY Felt Story and Sequencing Activity!
10 Timid Ghosts - DIY Felt Story and Sequencing Activity!
10 Timid Ghosts - DIY Felt Story and Sequencing Activity!
10 Timid Ghosts - DIY Felt Story and Sequencing Activity!
10 Timid Ghosts - DIY Felt Story and Sequencing Activity!
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10 Timid Ghosts by Jennifer O'Connell is a bestselling counting book for beginning readers, and it is filled with ghosts, a witch, and spooky fun! Your students will love the story, the interactive felt board, and being able to cut and glue the characters in sequence.

What's Included:

  • Gray-scale template
  • .pdf sequencing cut and glue worksheet

What to do:

  1. Download template
  2. Print on heavy duty paper, like card stock
  3. Cut out haunted house and ghost, use as stencils
  4. Trace stencils on corresponding colored felt (use white pencil on dark felt) *don't forget to trace 10 ghosts!
  5. Cut out windows and door from haunted house, use as stencils (you can leave the house and roof as one piece, or separate them to use different colors)
  6. Trace stencils on corresponding colored felt
  7. Cut each piece out (If you do not have felt scissors, invest in some!)
  8. Sew or glue (craft glue or hot glue) pieces together *I use hot glue
  9. Glue medium googly eyes on ghosts

How to Use Felt Story:

  1. Sit down with felt board (or magnet board) and 10 Timid Ghosts book
  2. Place haunted house and all 10 ghosts on board
  3. Read story, removing one ghost at time
  4. When story is complete, place all ghosts back on board

Tips:

  • You can stick the harder side of velcro tabs to the back of the felt pieces to help them stick better
  • If you don't have a felt board you can put magnets on the back and use with a magnet or smart board
  • You can easily make a felt board by finding an old framed picture (I found one at a garage sale) at least 11x14 (mine is 16x20), and take out the glass. Then wrap the backing of the frame with a large piece of felt (I just stapled it) and secure to frame. Viola!

Enjoy!

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For any questions, comments, and/or concerns please email me at: contacthappyhomemade@gmail.com

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