Writing prompts for Halloween. Feel like some Halloween fun?
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Halloween ready-to-roll materials will have you writing breakthrough ideas
, all with holiday fun on your radar. And with cool writing prompts to guide you.
Choose your favorite tasks one at a time,
in teams or individually, and then keep them nearby to keep your writing adventures alive after the ghosts have flown again.
Ready to transform Halloween
history, experiences and cool costumes into writing fun?
Try these tactics and your Halloween muse
will do the rest.
Overview of 10 Halloween writing prompts 3
Posters – Brain parts for writing well 4
10 Halloween writing prompts listed 6
1). scribble a cool idea 7
2). ask what if …? 8
3). write for 3 minutes 9
4). re-word news facts 10
5). visualize a respected friend 11
6). insert opposite views 12
7). intrigue a friend 13
8). explain why to a critic 14
9). predict key takeaways 15
10). laugh a little 16
2 footed questions for fun Halloween facts18
Affirm different views 20
Pin your thanks 21
T-chart for critical thinking 22
Brainwaves and music to write right 23
What if your writing opened a broader view28
Survey your intelligences as tools 29
Student-led initiative that gives voice to tone 30
Peer editing product often used here 31
Rubric criteria – negotiate with students 32
Write your multiple intelligence strengths 33
Write from Namungo points of view 41
Rubric templates 42
Task cards related to Halloween topics 47
Contact me 55
Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials
will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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