Halloween & Candy Corn: Original Poem and Questions - Learn some fun facts about candy corn with this original poem written by me. This is a perfect reading activity on Halloween or any day surrounding the holiday.
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---- I offer this SAME poem in two different formats. This particular product is a one page poem with 6 text-based questions that go along with the poem.
The other format is for interactive notebooks. It is the exact same poem and questions just formatted differently. If you would like to view the interactive notebook version, click HERE
. You can then read the description to see which format works best for you.
This poem was written with 4th graders in mind, but it can be used with more advanced third graders or weaker fifth grade readers. Please use your best judgement.
This pack includes a one page poem (informational) that should help students learn some interesting facts about candy corn.
In addition to the poem, there are 6 questions. One is on the definition of savor, one focuses on the four steps candy corn goes through, and the other 4 focus on comprehension questions related to the poem.
An answer key is also provided.
PLEASE.... if you have any questions about the questions asked, what the passage includes, or anything else, just send me a message before you buy. :-) I will be glad to try and answer those.
In addition to doing this activity as a whole group reading lesson, you could also have students do it during a literacy center. Feel free to use it in your classroom however you would like.
**PLEASE... if you see any typos, send me a message before you rate the product. I can usually have corrections made very quickly. Thank you ahead of time.
Take a look at all of my close reading passages and activities by clicking HERE
21 Passages and Questions
Cindo De Mayo
Test Taking Tips
St. Patrick’s Day
Millions Watch the Super Bowl
Dental Health Month
New Year’s (Superstitions and New Year’s )
Martin Luther King, Jr.
New Year’s Resolutions
Chinese New Year
Christmas Traditions at the White House
Halloween and Candy Corn Poem
The Pilgrims and the First Thanksgiving
***All topics come with a passage, questions, and answer key.