Haunted House Glyph
There is a no other holiday that children enjoy more. Costumes on, treats galore, and eerie music leads into this activity. Getting all children to work on Halloween day is a challenge, this glyph is an excellent activity for numeracy the week of Halloween.
Spooky house are abundant. A discussion of homes for all living creatures is a great lead in. The book, “A House is a House” – By Mary Ann Hoberman works well. Once again to sort the finish product, tell the story and complete the work sheet.
Great books to read to activate or follow up this activity are:
The Spooky Old Tree By: Stan & Jan Berenstain
Who will haunt my house on Halloween? By: Jerry Pallotta
Thirteen Nights of Halloween By: Rebecca Dickinson
BOO By: Robert Munsch
Franklin Halloween By: Pairlette Bourgeois
Click, Clack, Boo By: dorien cronin’s & betsy lewin
The Haunted House that Jack Built By: Helen Becker
Witch, Witch, Come to my Party By: Arden Druce