I love halloween and so do most of my students. However, many children struggle with differentiating what halloween things are real and what halloween things are pretend. Preschool-aged children, children with attention or mental health difficulties and children on the autism spectrum cannot always determine if vampires and witches are real or pretend. This activity is designed for preschool, 4K teachers, kindergarten teachers, guidance counselors, Special Education teachers and Speech Pathologists. First grade teachers may find some aspects of this activity useful for rti or remedial work with students. All the images that are shown around Halloween on TV, movie theatres and at stores can sometimes be frightening for children. Help them understand that some Halloween images are not real while also working on common core language skills such as sorting and classifying, using prefixes, expressing opinions ("My favorite") in writing and with pictures. All images presented are kid-friendly (they are not going to scare your students) and you will love the clip-art by Whimsy workshop, pink cat, scrappindoodles and others (see preview page). You will receive 33 pages of both color and black and white pictures, activities and worksheets for both large and small group or individual instruction. On 7/17 I added a teaching story and visuals and modified some of the graphics.
Check out the detailed outline and screenshots of the product on the preview page and my blog post on Halloween: Help Young Children with their Frears
Check out my other fall products:
1. Pumpkin Emotions
2. Fall Speech, Language and Literacy Activities
3. Thanksgiving Go-togethers
Here is a money-saving fall bundle too:
Fall Speech and Language Bundle 3 Products
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Copyright 2014 Donna Miazga Revised 7/17