In this not-so-scary Halloween story, a witch learns an important lesson about working together to achieve a common goal (eating YUMMY pumpkin pie!).
This 37-page book companion (Book by Erica Silverman) is full of activities to address many different speech goals, including sequencing, concepts, story retell, vocabulary, following directions and even a kid-friendly recipe for pumpkin pie in a cup!
This unit is designed to be used along with the book by Erica Silverman. *Book not included, please buy or borrow from your school library.
Story Sequencing (13 cards): Cut apart and mix up. Students arrange the cards in the sequence of the story from beginning to end.
Pumpkin Retell Booklet (8-pages): Cut apart and staple pumpkin-shaped booklet together. Cut out pictures on page 10 and have students paste into booklet. Send home for practice.
Story Comprehension (24 cards): Cut apart and mix up. After reading the story, students answer the questions about the story.
Syllable Counting 1-2-3 (worksheet): Students practice clapping Halloween words with 1-3 syllables.
My Jack-o-Lantern (worksheet): Students practice following 1-step directions while drawing their own jack-o-lantern.
Where’s The Pumpkin? (cut & paste booklet for Positional Concepts)
Cut apart booklet pages and staple together. Cut out pictures on page 23. Students practice positional concepts by pasting the correct picture onto each page.
BINGO with Halloween Vocabulary (5 mats + teacher cards)
Biggest or Smallest? (worksheet): Students color the smallest picture in each box orange and the biggest object purple.
Popsicle Stick Story Props: Cut out and glue onto large popsicle sticks. Students practice retelling the story using the pictures props.
Big, Bigger, Biggest (worksheet): Students practice recognizing and drawing comparatives.
Pumpkin Pie in Cup: Students practice following directions while making this recipe for pumpkin pie in a cup. A delicious way to end this unit!
***Please see preview file to see the unit in detail and to judge appropriateness of this activity for your students. Thank you!
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