3 original stories about Halloween in Spanish with reading comprehension questions and activities.
Story 1: Noche de Brujas en Mi Barrio
What everyone is doing to get ready for Halloween. This short story mainly uses the future tense (prepararé, ayudará, etc.) The comprehension questions are on the same page as the story.
Story 2: La Casa Embrujada
Every Halloween the children visit all of the local houses... except for one they call La Casa Embrujada (The haunted house). This year is different as they decide to investigate all of those strange noises. The story is mainly in the past tense (tenían, pensó, habitaban, disfrutaron, etc.) The comprehension questions are on a separate page from the story.
Story 3: Las Calabazas de Noche de Brujas
The story about a pumpkin that wasn't chosen by farmer Ramón for the Halloween celebration in town. This text is mainly in the past tense with the comprehension questions on a separate page from the story.
These stories are ideally for Spanish 2 or Spanish 3 level students.
Bonus Listening Activity
We have now included the stories (without exercises) on separate pages, this time with certain words missing and replaced by a blank line where students can fill in the word they hear from our recording. This recording is in a video on our YouTube channel so students can listen to the stories in Spanish in the classroom or at home.
Here is the audio that accompanies the short stories. It will also give you an idea of the content and level of these short reading passages: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODpvwxUaZvM
Note: The audio of the listening only appears on our YouTube channel. The recording is spoken by a native Spanish speaker.
CONTENT: This resource contains 15 Pages:
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