Halloween activities in the early 1920s were astonishingly different than today! Your students will be shocked to learn that Halloween was not centered around trick-or-treating. Be ready for surprised looks and lots of giggles as they read a 1922 text about how to plan a Halloween party filled with fortune telling and bizarre games. Who wouldn’t want to chew at string to get to the raisin prize in the middle?!
This high-interest text is great around Halloween when your students are more distracted than usual. They will be focused as they annotate this revived piece of history. No time for a lesson? Have this available for your early-finishers.
Adapted 1922 article with room for annotation. Also includes follow-up questions.
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