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Halloween games, bingo, worksheets, flashcards, activities

Halloween games, bingo, worksheets, flashcards, activities
and more. Halloween flashcards 1: preview these cards a jack o' lantern, trick or treat, candy, a spider web, a haunted house, a black cat, a bat, a ghost, a vampire, a skeleton, a mummy, Frankenstein, a witch, a spider, a werewolf large flash cards, small game cards, Halloween bingo cards, a handout Halloween PowerPoint flashcards the MES Halloween Printables Guide Halloween listening resources to match these flashcards extra large flashcards: a zombie, Halloween party, a vulture, a spell book, a trick or treat bag, Dr, Jeckle and Mr. Halloween flashcards 2: preview these cards a coffin, scary, bobbing for apples, a scarecrow, a skull, the Grim Reaper, the Headless Horseman, a tombstone, a raven, scared, a pumpkin patch, an eyeball, potion, a caldron, a graveyard large flash cards, small game cards, Halloween bingo cards, a handout PowerPoint flashcards Halloween Coloring : Halloween and holiday coloring sheets Halloween Word Search : 6 Halloween wordsearches set 1 word search Halloween Party ideas

The Skeleton A New Mexico Ghost Story Retold by S.E. Schlosser The boy had been out looking for work all day with no luck. When night fell, he was far from home. The boy scrambled out of the way just as a skeletal arm came crashing to the floor. The boy was terrified, but he did not dare refuse this strange apparition. ESL Kids World - Printable Worksheets, Flashcards & Resources for Kids Printable Halloween Masks Cute and simple printable Halloween masks for young kids! Black cat, skull, spider, strange green monster with blood-shot eyes, Jack-O-Lantern and moth make for quick disguises for Halloween day fun. Aren’t they s~c~a~r~y? Well, bigger kids who want more gross versions may not be impressed, but these would be perfect for the cute little ones. Use them as the simplest Halloween disguises or combine with full costume ideas! Children can choose their favorite masks and come up with their own ideas for complete outfits. Download! You will need paper (heavy weight stock is recommended so it doesn’t tear easily) scissors craft knife (to cut holes, adults only!) Thinking of something else for a dress-up?

Ghost on the Tracks A Colorado Ghost Story retold by S.E. Schlosser The train rumbled around him as he adjusted the throttle. He stretched a bit and yawned, trying to stay alert. She stepped into the center of the track, laughing and beautiful. Dazed (and disappointed!) The engineer decided not to tell anyone about the ghost, fearing for his job. "Better not tell your wife about it," his friend advised. The engineer never did. You can read a longer version of this spooky folktale in Spooky Southwest by S.E.

English as a Second Language | English by Luka | Page 14 Introducing a monster-sized English slang dictionary!! Learn amusing social phrases, don’t be behind the times! You never know whether you’re gonna travel to an English-speaking country when you grow up, do you? But, most importantly, HAVE FUN ;) Ace – If something is ace it is awesome. Aggro – Short for aggravation, it’s the sort of thing you might expect at a football match. All right? Anti-clockwise – The first time I said that something had gone anti-clockwise to someone in Texas I got this very funny look. Any road – Up north (where they talk funny!!) Arse – This is a word that doesn’t seem to exist in America. Arse about face – This means you are doing something back to front. Arse over elbow – This is another way of saying head over heels but is a little more descriptive. Arse over tit – Another version of arse over elbow, but a bit more graphic! Arsehole – Asshole to you. Arseholed – Drunk! As well – You chaps say also when we would say “too” or “as well”. Baccy – Tobacco.

Bear Lake Monster A Utah Ghost Story retold by S. E. Schlosser If you travel to Bear Lake in Utah on a quiet day, you just might catch a glimpse of the Bear Lake Monster. A feller I heard about spotted the monster early one evening as he was walking along the lake. Sometimes, when the monster has been quiet for a while, people start saying it is gone for good. Course, we know better than that. You can read a longer version of this spooky Utah folktale in Spooky Southwest by S.E. Middle School Boys: Behavior and Punishment Yeah... Middle School Boys are rough. I've been at a boys middle school for the past year. My co-teachers literally do nothing, most of them read books in the back of the class. I don't have a points system, didn't know I should establish one at the start. 1) The absolute #1 most important thing is to establish the culture of your class. 2) Acceptable levels of chaos. 3) Trouble makers. Most recent example that comes to mind is this class I had where my kids were supposed to draw pictures about their summer vacation. 4) Discipline. The trouble makers often don't have great English, but that's not the point. This has gone on way too long, sorry.

History of Halloween Halloween falls on October 31st each year in North America and other parts of the world. What do you know about Halloween? Do you celebrate it in your country? Here is a little history about it. Vocabulary to evolve (v)- to change little by little spirit (n)- ghost, some people believe the spirit and body separate when a person diesholy (adj)- sacred, very good, related to religion. Like many other holidays, Halloween has evolved and changed throughout history. More than a thousand years ago the Christian church named November 1 All Saints Day (also called All Hallows.) Like the Celts, the Europeans of that time also believed that the spirits of the dead would visit the earth on Halloween. The tradition of Halloween was carried to America by the immigrating Europeans. These days Halloween is not usually considered a religious holiday. Happy Halloween! Check Your Understanding True or False. 1. True False 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Some Games I Found Online That Don't Need Technology Hail Fellow Waygookins, So today the taboo occurred, all the computers in the school were hauled away for upgrades, so I was without a computer in all my classes. Of course this is the end of the school year and I wanted to do something fun, so I needed the computer. *Side note, don't bother trying to fill all 40 mins with these games, they're mostly filler* 5 Letter Words How to: • Students call out a five-letter word, eg. - Good Words: Heart, House, Catch, Crazy, Fears, Train, Crown, Sleep, Small, Hello, Movie, Phone, Cream, Grape, Music, Water, April, Horse, Magic, Pizza A Ship Comes Loaded • Split the class into two teams. • Start like this: say to the first student "a ship comes loaded". Street Fighter Fever How to: Find and laminate 2 large pictures of your favorite Street fighter Characters • Stick the two pictures on the whiteboard. I hope these help anyone in a similar position, of course scrabble and Uno are also great ways to pass the time in Public School limbo.

Games Galore! I have large classes, many low-level students and minimal access to technology, so it took me a long time to compile a list of games to suit my classes. The following is what I've gathered over the past six months. I realise that there are likely to be several repeats in other lists posted on Waygook, but I thought I would share it anyway for the benefit of others in my situation. Cheers! Games Galore! 20 Questions – Provide a category and instruct students to inquire using yes/no questions. Pictionary Sentence Scramble – Divide the class into small groups of 3-5 students and provide each one with a set of word flashcards with various nouns and prepositions. Body Language - The Elephant Game - Teacher starts students off with the word “Elephant.” Buzz – Class counts from 1-100, saying one number per person. Hangman – To make the game more interesting, Wheel of Fortune can be substituted using target vocabulary or phrases. Line Up! Stinger – (see below)

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