This is a Halloween Lotto game which provides practice for asking and answering "where" questions, using locative concepts and using Halloween vocabulary. Cut out the calling cards from the page labeled "Halloween Lotto" and distribute the game boards labeled "Halloween, Where Is It? to students. The Halloween characters from the calling cards can be found in various locations on the lotto boards, offering a challenge for visual discrimination skills as well as language practice.
Contains 12 different lotto boards and 1 sheet with 16 calling cards for you to cut out.
I suggest that you glue them onto construction paper and laminate them to reuse them year after year.
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