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Let students have fun and get creative with this FREE 2-Sentence Horror Stories Writing Activity. Students will write a couple of 2-sentence horror stories, which will challenge them to consider their reader's reactions while writing concisely. This writing activity can serve as enrichment, a resource for early finishers, or just a fun Halloween lesson!
Included in the teacher's guide are directions for using this lesson as a whole class activity, a station, or delivering it remotely using TPT's digital tool integration with Google Classroom. You'll also receive links to more examples than students will ever need!
- Teacher Guide
- 2-Sentence Horror Stories Worksheet
- With lines for writing
- Without lines for writing
Please note that this resource is a non-editable PDF file. If you wish to remove a page, you'll have to use TPT's digital tool to do so.
This resource can be a wonderful activity on its own. It was, however, created to be an enrichment activity to go with my other Horror Genre Study resources.
- Horror Genre Study Introductory Lesson: This is a great lesson to introduce the horror genre
- Suspense Analysis with Horror Shorts Activity: Use this activity before writing this personal horror narrative to help students practice analyzing suspense
- "Popsy" by Stephen King Story Study: A fantastic example of horror; read, analyze, and write on King's creepy tale
- "Out of Skin" by E. M. Carroll Story Study: A horror web-comic! This is fun, engaging, and great for analyzing mood!
- "The Landlady" by Roald Dahl: A great horror short story, this lesson is perfect for reinforcing foreshadowing and suspense with students.
- Personal Horror Narrative Writing Project: A final assessment for a horror genre study, students will write about a scary moment in their lives.
***This resource is non-editable. It is designed to be used in-person or with TPT's digital tool.