This is a fun inferencing activitiy about Halloween monsters in the form of riddles that is Common Core aligned. This activity consists of a series of questions about Halloween Monsters. Each clue describes the following Monsters: werewolf, witch, ghost, mummy, vampire, skeleton and Frankenstein.
The QR codes are linked to pictures articles, short Youtube videos (3 min or less, run through Safeshare) for more information about
each Halloween monster. This is a great
Way to connect literature to holiday topics.
Please make sure that if your codes are not working at school that you check with your IT person to make sure that Youtube is not blocked at your school.
werewolf: kids world article with video
witches: History channel- bet you didn’t know Witches: 3 min
Ghosts: History channel-History of ghost stories: 3 min
Vampire: National Geographic kids: vampire bat article (non-fiction)
skeleton: Kids Health informational article about bones (non-fiction)
Mummies: National Geographic Kids: Exploring ancient Egyptian Mysteries
Frankenstein: Kids World article
Front page: I need My Monster storyline online book read by Rita Moreno (11 min)
Monster Mash song: Safeshare Youtube video 3:35, Adam’s Family Youtube:
Directions: Read the paragraph and write your inference.
Scan the QR code to check your answer!Read the article and find 2 new facts.
What is a QR code?
QR stands for Quick Response Code. It is a digital bar code that can be read by most smartphones, tablets, and other computer
These riddles require students to use a QR reader app. They are available for free on most tablets and smartphones,
including Android, iPhone, and iPad.
When students scan the codes with their QR app, the answer to the riddle will be displayed by a picture of the Halloween monster using the QR code located on the left and an article or video in the QR code displayed on the right hand side of each page.
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