Click, Clack, BOO! It's time for Halloween at Farmer Browns and the animals are up to their Old Tricks! Join in the fun with this "not so scary" Halloween tale.
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Included in this 66 page Literacy Unit are:
-Thematic Word Wall Cards
-Click, Clack, Boo! Can You Guess Who Craftivity: In this activity students will create a cow of their very own to dress up in their Halloween Costume. Students will fill out clues about who they are and attach them to their cows. Then the fun begins!!! Students will use their inference skills to solve the riddles & discover who's costume is on each cow. (such an adorable hallway display)
-Click, Clack, Boo! Sequence It Too! Poster Craftivity: Students will need to get their retelling skills handy for this fun poster activity. Students will write, illustrate or both to create the Beginning, Middle & End of the story. Then let students share their creations with a friend.
-Nighttime Noises: An Onomatopoeia Collage: Farmer Brown was terrified by the sounds he heard on Halloween Night. Students will create their very own Onomatopoeia Collage showing the sounds that Farmer Brown might hear at night. Careful, their maybe some words that just don't belong, so remind students to sort their words carefully before creating.
-Click, Clack, Boo! Problem & Solution Lift the Flap Craftivity: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the problem and solution from the story in a fun way. Kids will love creating their very own lift the flap barn to share what they know with others.
-Who's At The Door? Literacy Game: This cute inference game provides a fun skills practice for either whole group or an independent center.
-Sweet Sequencing Literacy Game: Students will love using their sequencing skills to put these fall themed story cards in order. 5 different sets are included for a full independent center.
-Shake, Rattle & Match Literacy Game: This Concentration game is a great way to practicing pairing up Onomatopoeia words to their objects. This game is perfect for small group or as an independent center.