Activity uses series of components from Story Grammar Marker. It can be used with children in PK to students in high school with multiple disabilities. Also, it's a great mini-lesson on sequencing and many teachers have expressed the helpfulness of how the materials are presented in this lesson. Students can use an AAC device to practice core and fringe words, point/circle correct answers, verbally respond using short phrases/sentences to tell/write a short story, etc using SGM. It's a fun Halloween activity to practice the basic components of SGM. I like to use the story narrated by a gentleman (not singing the song) on YouTube as an audible and visual support. I pause/play on scenes to emphasize concepts. Students can match pictures according to where the story is paused during the sequencing activity. Please consider using my "starter" SGM lesson about Simon's Cat before progressing to this one, unless your students already have some experience with SGM. This is only suggested because the other lesson does not involve language, a variety of characters, or many sequenced actions as with this story. Either way, your students will love completing these lessons!