Bobbing for Halloween Vocabulary is an interactive game in PDF format which can be played in Adobe Reader. Why PDF? So, this can be pulled up on many devices with more ease. Students simply choose the correct word for the picture of the Halloween related picture. If their choice is correct, they will receive a page that congratulates them while another page is shown to encourage them to try again. I find this to be great for ESOL, ESE, and Primary students.
I think this is a wonderful tool for any size group from one-on-one to an entire class. If you do play as a whole group, you may want to create teams to provide even more enjoyment for the class and/or take turns as the "clicker."
The whole game is clickable and works similar to Microsoft Powerpoint since it is a presentation or slideshow type format. Once downloaded, you can open it and begin to play. It may ask to open this file to full screen; this is the best way to play. (If this doesn't pop up and you're using Adobe Acrobat, you can click on the View option at the top and then click on Full Screen Mode.)
There are 28 words practiced, and they are the following: bat, black, candy, cat, coffin, costume, crows, Dracula, flashlight, Frankenstein, ghost, haunted house, house, jack-o'-lantern, leaf, moon, mummy, orange, owl, pumpkin, pumpkin head, reaper, scarecrow, skeleton, spider, trick-or-treat bag, witch, and werewolf.
This game directly correlates with Halloween Vocabulary, which is listed, under Common Vocabulary
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