In this Halloween story worksheet, students read the story "In a Dark, Dark Wood," illustrate the part of the story they like the best and then write the ending to the story on the lines provided.
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New Review The Spookiest Attic
What's that creepy noise? Listen closely and read even closer with a comprehension activity based on a short scary story. Fourth graders then answer a series of comprehension questions about theme, vocabulary, and elements of plot.
4th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Lesson Plans for High School Teachers at Halloween
Bring some ghostly literature into your English classroom! Witches or The Raven will get your activity started! After reading or listening to one of the suggested excerpts, learners write a scene from the text and perform it during the...
6th - 12th Social Studies & History
Thrills! Chills! Using Scary Stories to Motivate Students to Read
What better way to motivate reading than with scary stories, especially around Halloween. Using a Goosebumps series set of books, learners participate in daily reading of chapters from their book. Each day they focus on a different story...
6th - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable