Dialogue between Kids and Monsters (Halloween)

Dialogue between Kids and Monsters (Halloween)
Dialogue between Kids and Monsters (Halloween)
Dialogue between Kids and Monsters (Halloween)
Dialogue between Kids and Monsters (Halloween)
Dialogue between Kids and Monsters (Halloween)
Dialogue between Kids and Monsters (Halloween)
Dialogue between Kids and Monsters (Halloween)
Dialogue between Kids and Monsters (Halloween)
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30 printable pages for students to create dialogue between a kid and a monster. Perfect for Halloween. Each page has a funny picture and a prompt, like: A boy walks outside and finds that rather funny-looking monsters fell with the rain. What does he say to the monster he meets? Or: A girl skips across the playground at recess and finds a quiet monster reading a book. What do they say to each other? Or: A boy finds out that the monster in his closet will talk to a hand-puppet. What do they say to each other? Each prompt will get your students thinking about dialogue, words that two characters might say to each other (and since one of those characters is a monster, your students will love the chance to be funny and creative). Take a look at the Preview to see sample pages from this packet.

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If you would like more HALLOWEEN activities, then take a look at these packets:

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