Spooky Story Writing Activity for Special Ed | Halloween Differentiated Writing

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1st - 5th
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  1. These Story Writing Activities were created specifically for classrooms of students with multiple disabilities, but can also be great for lower elementary classrooms. In these writing activities every student will be able to create a themed story by either choosing errorless pictures to complete a p
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This Spooky Story Writing Activity was created specifically for classrooms of students with multiple disabilities, but can also be great for lower elementary classrooms. In this Halloween Writing Activity every student will be able to create a Spooky Story by either choosing errorless pictures to complete sentences or developing their own ideas. Students will use the Writing Process to the best of their ability to create, draft, and write their Spooky Stories. In the Spooky Story students choose a Character, Setting, Problem, and Solution, and they can add as many details as they choose. I used this activity to create a class book and my students loved it!

This Spooky Story Resource includes these activities to use as part of the Writing Process:

1.PRE-WRITING: Spooky Story Web

•Students can write their own ideas in the Spooky Story Web or cut/paste errorless picture choices

2.DRAFTING: Brew up a Draft

4 Versions included 1) Blank lines for stronger writers 2) Story Starter Page with blank lines 3) Story Starter and Sequencing Page 4) Complete the Story with errorless cut/paste picture-choices for students with limited fine-motor skills or who have difficulty developing ideas and complete sentences

3. EDITING: Make Those Errors Go POOF!

•Editing Checklist for stronger writers to use when editing their DRAFTING Page

4.PUBLISHING: My Spooky Story

2 Versions included 1) Blank Writing Page and Picture Page for Final Draft 2) Final Draft Cut/Paste – This version is simply a repeat of the drafting activity, but allows students to continue the writing process with their classmates. If you do not prefer to have students complete the story twice, skip the drafting version. **Another option I use in my classroom for my students with limited fine motor skills would be to write the story they created in highlighter and have them trace the story to the best of their ability or help trace hand-over-hand**

Other Halloween Activities for Special Ed:

Halloween Clip Cards

Where is the Mummy?

Where is the Ghost?

Halloween Story Retelling and Sequencing

Halloween Silly Story

Inside My Spooky House Writing Activity

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