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Trick or Treat? – The Game – tekhnologic. It’s the beginning of October but it won’t be long until Halloween and I thought it would be great if we could turn ‘trick or treating’ into a classroom activity.

Trick or Treat? – The Game – tekhnologic

I was thinking about the kind of activities that bring an element of random chance as well as subject knowledge. The activities that encourage learners of all levels and can keep them engaged with the help of a little bit of theatricality. Activities such as Typhoon and BAAM provided the inspiration for this game. In both of these activities, there is a chance for the students to lose their points at random. This seemed to work nicely with the idea of ‘trick or treat?’ I had the idea, I now needed to design the game. Contents ‘Trick or Treat?’ The pumpkin disappears when you click on it to reveal an icon underneath. It may be a single ghost. However, they lose all their points if they choose a pumpkin that is hiding three ghosts. Here is a demo video of the basic version of the game so you can see how it is played. Top. It's Halloween! Past Continuous Tense vs. Past Simple: Mysterious Stalker (ESL Video)

Synopsis of English / ESL Video Watch the suspense thriller short about Elissa and the mysterious stalker & present the past continuous tense vs. past simple to students in a pre-intermediate level lesson.

Past Continuous Tense vs. Past Simple: Mysterious Stalker (ESL Video)

Title of English / ESL Video Elissa and the Mysterious Stalker Target English Grammar Past Continuous Tense vs. Student Proficiency Level Pre-intermediate level grammar Suggested Courses General English. Instructions – Play the video in class after delivering a warm-up activity first. – Pause the video whenever the narrator asks students a question to give students time to answer. Summary of English Grammar: Past Continuous Tense vs. Approximate chronological order: Storyline: – Starts at 0:00. Halloween – 10 activities for the computer room, connected classroom and classroom. By kylemawer Here’s a brief description of ten Halloween activities for your English Language Learners.

Halloween – 10 activities for the computer room, connected classroom and classroom

They require very little preparation and I’ve included some tips on how to use them. All these games were chosen because they are free, easily accessible, engaging and fun for English Language Learners. 1 Dark wood Level Low Level Primary learners in a connected classroom Play Read the story in your best scary voice and encourage your learners to join in. “Is it under the tree?” “Is it behind the tree?” “Is it in the tree?” 2 Pumpkin carving Play Why not drill the language of giving directions (“up, down, left, right and stop”) in a fun way. Ghost Hunter Level Any Level Primary or Juniors in a connected classroom.

Halloween Party Games for Kids. Play Free Halloween Games - GoGo Halloween Games. Halloween. How did it start?


Why do people wear costumes? Learn about the history of this spooky holiday. Halloween is on Friday, October 31, 2014. Search. Halloween. Are you ready for some great Halloween fun?


Move your mouse around to find our spooky links. Click to go to the activities. Are you brave enough to go for a ride on the Ghoul Bus? See what happens to Tina and Toby. Enjoy the Pumpkin Pirates' adventures at a Halloween costume contest: Watch and listen to our video of our original Pumpkin Pirates poem. When you're finished, try the other activities and stories that make Chateau Meddybemps one of the best sites for families with young children. Visit the Meddybemps Store for Halloween postage stamps, party items, mousepads and shirts. Halloween sites for use with your classroom. Free Halloween Printables for Kids. Kids love Halloween printables!

Free Halloween Printables for Kids

They're great to use in the classroom or simply at home to get the kids in the mood for Halloween. Some of these free Halloween printables for kids will help them learn, others will encourage them to use their imaginations, while other Halloween printables are really just so they can have fun. This list of Halloween printables will keep the kids busy for weeks coloring, carving, and crafting. All you need to do is print off what you want and then hand it over. Free and easy! Halloween Worksheets and Activities.

Lanternfish has a variety of different activities for Halloween.

Halloween Worksheets and Activities

Just click on the worksheet below. It may take a while to open as most of the files are MS Word documents. Halloween. Genki Halloween Ideas. Page in Japanese One of the easiest holidays to teach to kids is Halloween as there are so many great games that you can play.

Genki Halloween Ideas

But why stop at monsters and trick or treat? Here we teach your favourite English topics (prepositions, body parts, "Who is ... " etc.) , but with Halloween magic and flavour! Top Genki English Halloween Lessons =================================== Halloween Themed English Practice Games ================================== Hallowe'en Imagination Worksheets =================================== VIP Members Exclusive: Great as an extra activity and getting the kids to think outside the box!

+ VIP Members Printable Halloween Books: Hallowe'en Spot the Difference Quizzes =================================== Here's a great Hallowe'en "Spot the difference quiz" Halloween History. Halloween History Tags: Festivals October 1, 2012 | Comment Halloween is an event that most children studying English are familiar with as it is often presented in their course books.

Halloween History

However, do they know WHY we celebrate Halloween? Ask your pupils: Halloween Fun! a lot of ideas. Halloween Fun!

Halloween Fun! a lot of ideas

Tags: Festivals, Halloween October 1, 2013 | Comment Taking a look at Halloween or other festivals in class exposes children to new vocabulary, allows them to practice using English in a meaningful setting and provide cultural input. In this article, Natasha Jovanovich, an ELT expert in Serbia, shares her ideas for how to bring Halloween to life in class. The activities she suggests are easy to carry out and don’t require loads of material..we hope you enjoy them! Natasha Jovanovich (Nataša Jovanović) has had substantial 15 year long experience in ELT.