Almost as fun as Trick-or-Treating!
-35 Halloween Vocabulary pictures (a variety of bats, candy, monsters, ghosts, spiders, etc.)
-3 Spooky Scenes
Build Halloween Vocabulary 3 ways!
1. Students follow directions to place the small pictures on a spooky scene (e.g., Put the black cat on top of the haunted house. Find the monster wearing a hat and put him next to the cauldron.) Materials are designed to be laminated and velcro may be used to attach.
2. Print multiple copies and play a barrier game! (i.e., Each student is given the same scene and pictures. With a barrier in place so they cannot see each other's materials, each takes a turn giving the other specific directions. The goal is for the scenes to look the same at the end.)
3. Use velcro to attach each picture to the top of a pill box for practice requesting and/or receptive identification. (e.g., "I want to open the green spider," Find the purple monster with no legs). Once students select the corresponding box, they may open it for a treat!
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