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Celebrating Halloween in the Classroom

Halloween is such an exciting holiday and there are different ways to celebrate it in this classroom. This collection offers a variety of activities, but they have been carefully picked and I’m sure you will find several new ways of engaging students and expanding their knowledge on Halloween. At the same time, you will also learn some trivia along the way and definitely have some fun.
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Celebrating Halloween in the Classroom
  • Marija Jovic says:
    I bet you don't know all the facts and trivia related to Halloween, so before doing any activity with your students related to this holiday, I strongly suggest visiting History channel website, playing the video and reading an interesting article to them in order for them to learn some basic facts about Halloween.
  • Marija Jovic says:
    If you are looking for a variety of ready-made Halloween worksheets, this is the place for you! Most of the files are MS Word documents around a common theme, you just need to download and print them out, as easy as that!
  • Marija Jovic says:
    This is an interesting way to present Halloween English vocabulary to your students. Real people use Halloween vocabulary in everyday situations. Besides learning some new words, I am absolutely sure your students will have a good laugh.
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    10 Ideas for Teaching Halloween English

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    Marija Jovic says:
    Looking for some unique and awesome Halloween lessons, crafts, and warm ups in your English class?
  • Marija Jovic says:
    Teachers sometimes prepare a small Halloween party or arrange a contest. Use this website with 46 different ideas for Halloween costumes or use them as an idea for developing speaking skill, by asking your students to describe people or pets!
  • Marija Jovic says:
    Ask your students to create their Halloween e-cards and send them to their friends. This can be a great writing activity and they can also have some fun, because the monster they have chosen for the card background, will read the message to their friend.
  • Marija Jovic says:
    I suggest downloading this lesson sheet with a series of elementary writing activities for Halloween lessons. They are for three types of writers: emergent writers, beginning writers, independent writers. Download this and use it in October with your students.
  • Marija Jovic says:
    Do you know all interesting facts about Halloween? Take this quiz and see if you can scare up the answers.
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BloomBoard Asks:What kind of Halloween activities and projects have you used in your classroom, and how do you think they benefitted your students?