Who was this resource created for?
I created this resource for my online English classroom. I teach English Language Learners (ELL) students ages 5-12 online! It was close to Halloween and I thought that it would be really fun to use a rewards system where a student from another country made their own Jack O’ Lantern. It was a total success! I plan on using it both in my online classroom and my brick and mortar classroom. My middle school students with intensive special needs find it very motivating as well! Students in Preschool and Kindergarten would love it as well as a reward and/or center activity.
What does this resource include?
-BONUS! Three visual cards that aid in comprehension about Halloween as a holiday
-Pumpkin sheet in black and white and color
-Eyes, Nose, and Mouth pieces
-Base pages to hold the Eyes, Nose, and Mouth
-Set-up instructions and Photos
-Tips for Use
See the preview to get a peek!
How do I use this reward chart?
The students love earning pieces of the Jack O’ Lantern. They love making silly combinations! When students do well, they can choose one eye, nose, or mouth. As they follow classroom expectations, they get to 'make' their Jack O' Lantern.
How do we connect?
I hope your students love it to! Please leave me feedback and let me know how it works as a reward! Follow me on Pinterest at loveliveteacher. You can also email me at email@example.com