Divide your students into teams
Give each team two dice
If they roll an even number, they get a spooky question (difficult)
If they roll an odd number, they get a scary question (very difficult)
If they roll a doubles, they get a laughable question (very easy)
There are over 70 questions.
This game is designed for you to download and laminate so you have it for years.
There are different types of questions such as: multiple choice, fill in the blank, true/false.
Some types of questions are:
Chinese celebrate Halloween by doing what?
In return for "soul cakes" children would promise to?
Where did the word "Bonfire" originate?
Do you know where the Jack-O-Lantern originated from?
If someone has an extreme, intense, or irrational fear of Halloween, they may be suffering from a condition known as?
The word "witch" (Wiccan) comes from the Old English which means?
Do you know where they think the tradition of Bobbing for Apples came from?
Why did the Celtic people put candles in their hallowed out turnips and beets?
Before people used Pumpkins, do you know what people used as Jack-O-Lanterns?
The word "Samhain" means?
Why did the Ancient Celts wear masks on Halloween Night?
Druid Priests would throw the bones of cattle into the flames and hence the name came?
What are the three other colors Pumpkins come in?
Black cats were believed to have the ability to protect?
Can you give 3 signs of a werewolf?
What group of Immigrants brought Halloween to North America?
Why is Halloween celebrated on October 31st?
What two city-states say they are the self-proclaimed Halloween capitals of the world?
Some girls believed they would see their boyfriend's face if they looked into?
Mexico celebrates ___________instead of Halloween?
If a person wears his/her clothes inside out and then walks backwards on Halloween, he or she will see a?
In Medieval times when you hear an Owl's call it meant?
Which countries do the real Vampire Baths live?
It is believed if you see a Spider on Halloween a?
and many more questions that are intriguing, informative and hilarious.
My student's love this game and they learn a lot while having fun!