This is a timed Widescreen (16:9) PowerPoint Show. Which means it will play like a video using MS PowerPoint. It is a Halloween-themed story similar to Eric Carle's Brown Bear, Brown Bear, where students will learn/review colors in a fun and engaging way. This story was designed for visually impaired students with additional disabilities and/or early learners (prek/K).
The background is dark with large high-contrasting text as well as slow moving pictures paired with sound effects to engage vision and keep student's interest. This is part of a bundle (available soon) with a printable early reader and extension activities/lessons.
You will need Microsoft Powerpoint, or a Powerpoint Player in order to use this file.
I originally created this about 10 years ago and had my daughter (who is now 18-yrs old) record the story and she created hilarious voices for each character that my student have loved.
**Clip Art/Fonts/Sound Effects Provided by:
1. Scarecrow -Dorky Doodles
2. Monster - Sprinkle Studio: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Rainbow-Sprinkle-Studio-Sasha-Mitten)
3. Spider - cliparts created bymfCRAIEation
4. Halloween Eyes - Rhoda Toynbee, Rhoda Design Studio
5. Vampire, Ghost, Witch, Pumpkin, Kids - Finch Family Games
6. Sound Effects: Sound Bible, Microsoft Clipart Online
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