GCSE FRENCH: French Halloween Jeopardy Game - Halloween FrançaisQuick View

GCSE FRENCH: French Halloween Jeopardy Game - Halloween Français

This French Halloween Jeopardy Game is a lot of fun during the month of October. Students get very excited about playing Jeopardy in teams and they learn a ton of fun vocabulary with a Halloween theme. This game would be wonderful to play along with my French Halloween Taboo Game because the same vocabulary is used. I would recommend having students learn the vocabulary first, then play Jeopardy, then play Taboo. My students love it and they learn SO MUCH new vocabulary. They will look forward to coming to French class!
HALLOWEEN 2017. Happy Halloween QuizQuick View

HALLOWEEN 2017. Happy Halloween Quiz

Why not buy 40 slide illustrated quiz which can be shown as a slideshow. Each question and answer has it's own slide. Questions are also provided on one printable sheet so that you have a choice of formats. Free for new buyers with code OUTSTANDINGOCT. An ideal form time activity in the week running up to the half term holiday. Questions vary in difficulty. Suitable for Junior and Middle school. Answers included in both the slideshow and the printable document. We hope that you are happy with this purchase. Happy Halloween!
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Read, match, complete, Halloween crossword+Halloween quiz (key included)


Halloween in America and questions about your HalloweenQuick View

Halloween in America and questions about your Halloween

This lessons contains 10 Facts about how people celebrate Halloween in the USA. A true and false task and some questions to speak about how each students celebrates Halloween. The true and false task helps students learn about halloween by inference, and having them correct the false statements they practice English syntax and vocabulary. This lesson is suitable for ESL students at an intermediate level aged 10 to 15 (grade 5 to grade 9).
Halloween Math Puzzles for Middle SchoolQuick View

Halloween Math Puzzles for Middle School

Have some fall or Halloween fun in your middle school math class with these no prep math activities. The content features order of operations, equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents, integer operations, and logic puzzles... and all of the activities feature a fall favorite, trick or treat candy! Candy Corn Order of Operations All your students will need is a pencil and the page. The students should use the middle of the candy corn to work the problem and write the answer in the bottom of the candy corn. The shape of the candy is perfect to guide your students to show correct work on order of operations. An answer key is included. You can also have your students color the candy corn after they have checked their answers. Trick or Treat This is a fall take on true or false. Students read each scenario about equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents. They decide if it is a “trick” or a “treat”. If it is a “trick” the students should make a change to make it a “treat”! For a fun variation, let your students earn a small candy or other seasonal treat for each question that the prove is a treat or turn into a treat! The answer key is provided. Collecting Candy Let your students go trick or treating right in their desks! To play this game print a recording sheet for each student and a game board. The students can share a game board between 2 or 3 students or each have their own. You will need to provide: dice and player tokens. Students multiply and combine integers to see who can score the most candy. This game can be played again and again at any time of the year! Logic Puzzles There are two different types of logic puzzles included. Both have an answer key. Just print them out! Save paper by printing these front and back. You may want to provide scratch paper for students to show work and space for their thinking. Although these activities are themed around fall and trick or treat candy, the term Halloween is not used at all, if that is an issue for your students or your class. Feel free to check out the preview to see if this resource meets your students' needs!
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Halloween words in French to match with images. Some sheets with vocabulary to help and a harder once requiring unscrambling with clues in French to help.
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Vocabulary to match with images at varying degrees of difficulty. Final sheet has jumbled words with a clue in Spanish.
Hysterical Halloween Sentences ActivityQuick View

Hysterical Halloween Sentences Activity

With a Mad Libs style, this card game is such a fun way to engage kids as they learn to build sophisticated sentences and move away from the ordinary. With vivid verbs to add to Halloween themed subjects and prepositional phrases, they can create a myriad of mix and match. The rigour is increased with the task of identifying their subject and predicate within their created sentences, together with ensuring that the subject and verb matches. Have fun this Halloween season or any season with this hysterical activity perfect for literacy centres, guided reading and independent work. Great fun for 3rd-5th grades. Included in this printable packet: •16 subject/noun cards •16 adverb cards •24 verbs/action cards •20 prepositional phrases •Recording sheets •Gravestone shaped recording sheets for synonyms •Instructions for creating the gravestone craftivity If you like this, you may also be interested in my other literacy activities. Halloween and Thanksgiving Cause and Effect The Best Challenging Game of Guess the Character Traits and many more in my store. Enjoy! Susan Powers
French Halloween Taboo Game - Halloween FrançaisQuick View

French Halloween Taboo Game - Halloween Français

Play this French Halloween Taboo game and have some fun! Playing games and having fun is when learning really happens in French class. I love to play the game Taboo with my students. French taboo is a game that is east to modify and use with beginners and advanced students alike. Your students will learn a lot of new and useful vocabulary while preparing for and playing this fun game. French Halloween Taboo includes: Quizlet study set with 129 terms, all including images and pronunciation by a native French speaker (not a computer generated voice). Share the Quizlet link provided with your students a few days before you plan to play the game in class, and they'll really feel prepared. 35 different Taboo game cards to create a deck that you will print and cut out for as many teams as you need (black and white & color versions provided). Game instructions for both beginner and advanced students. Powerpoint presentation version of the game to project and play as a class. Object of the game: One player tries to get his teammate to guess the word at the top of a card. The player must give clues, but he can't use any of the Taboo words in his description. The taboo words are those written beneath the word at the top of the card. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed, and the team with the most points wins.
Halloween Math - Decimal OperationsQuick View

Halloween Math - Decimal Operations

Halloween Math Decimal Operations Fall Math Decimal Operations Mixed Operations: Adding decimals, subtracting decimals, multiplying decimals, dividing decimals Two activities in this product - decimal mixed operations maze & decimal mixed operations color by answer coloring page Maze contains 20 problems and Color by Answer contains 20 problems all practicing decimal operations (mixed). View problems in preview file before purchasing. Answer Keys Included No prep, just print!


ON HALLOWEEN NIGHT is 3 pages filled with Halloween fun. A Halloween poem for easy reading, crossword puzzle, word jumble, true and false questions and KEY for the teacher! + HALLOWEEN BOARD GAME. HAPPY HALLOWEEN - HAVE FUN!
Halloween! (FRENCH)Quick View

Halloween! (FRENCH)

How about some Halloween Patterning Fun? In French! Have your students participate in Halloween and Math at the same time! A great way to keep your students learning math on a busy and fun day! A fun way to review Patterning! Two extra sheets have been added to reflect the two different ways of saying "Happy Halloween!" & "Trick or Treat!" 10 pages.
Joyeuse Halloween!Quick View

Joyeuse Halloween!

How about some Halloween Patterning Fun? Have your students participate in Halloween and Math at the same time! A great way to keep your students learning math on a busy and fun day! A fun way to review Patterning! 10 pages.
Halloween Fun Activities 2017Quick View

Halloween Fun Activities 2017

Treat students to a bit of Halloween fun with these 5 activities. Mask designs to color in and cut out, monster coloring sheets, spooky images for inspiration and for coloring, a word-search and a Halloween mental math activity. Have fun!
HALLOWEEN QUIZ 2017. Slideshow and printable formats included.Quick View

HALLOWEEN QUIZ 2017. Slideshow and printable formats included.

This 40 slide illustrated quiz can be shown as a slideshow. Each question and answer has it's own slide. Questions are also provided on one printable sheet so that you have a choice of formats. Free for new buyers with code OUTSTANDINGOCT. Questions vary in difficulty. Suitable for Junior and Middle school. Answers included in both the slideshow and the printable document. We hope that you are happy with this purchase. Happy Halloween!
A Halloween Drama Circle ActivityQuick View

A Halloween Drama Circle Activity

Drama and Halloween! It brings out the risk-taking, creativity in all kids and everyone has so much fun! These printable cards are just one of my drama circle activities that I use to practice the trans-disciplinary skills of cooperation, social, communication and thinking to name a few. One card begins the round and each child has to act out the instructions on their card, following on from the previous card. The language within this activity focuses on the IB attitudes and the Learner Profile traits, thus reinforcing the children’s knowledge and understanding of the IB’s academic vocabulary. It is great for literacy centers activties as well as cooperative group work. This drama was designed for my 5th graders as a fun review of the speaking and listening strands. The theme is around a few of the world traditions surrounding Halloween, with humour added. Simply gather the children into a seated circle, shuffle the cards and distribute a card to each child. The start card leads the way and the children have to read their own instructions on their card and then listen and look for the actions and words from the acting of each person so that they know when to take their turn. This is developing listening and observational skills as well as communication, presentation and thiking skills. Not every card requires speaking; some ask only for miming. There are 25 cards within this packet, an instruction card and title card for your centers if you wish. I have also included additional blank cards for your own use. The drama cards can be used for 3rd-6th grade and used within a whole class scenario or smaller groups, where the children are given several task cards to read and act from. The concept of drama circles I a great ice-breaking activity or a fun review of the IB language. It works well as a refresher of the trans-disciplinary skills prior to the Exhibition also. You can find more ideas and freebies for the IB PYP on my blog at www.PYPteachingtools.com. Enjoy! ~ Susan Powers
HALLOWEEN Bingo Game for PowerpointQuick View

HALLOWEEN Bingo Game for Powerpoint

This is a Halloween-themed Bingo game perfect for some fall fun! The Powerpoint presentation plays automatically with each slide showing a picture that your students should mark on their cards. After clicking "start", the slides advance themselves so you can sit back while your class plays. The file includes: ✪ Instructions ✪ 20 different Bingo cards ✪ Powerpoint presentation for calling out the game This is a easy-to-use activity! For extra fun, use candy corn as your game markers.
Halloween Picture Word SearchQuick View

Halloween Picture Word Search

Fun Halloween word search puzzle using pictures of things associated with Halloween to first build the word list, and then find the words in the puzzle. A hidden message is revealed after the puzzle is completed. This is a little more challenging than the typical word search, and it gives an opportunity to focus on spelling rather than just looking for words in the puzzle from a given list. This is particularly useful for ESL students as it is a good way to get students working together to build the list, learn vocabulary, and practice spelling. If you download this freebie, I would be very grateful for your feedback!
Halloween Printables CollectionQuick View

Halloween Printables Collection

Ghosts, pirates, and witches galore! Celebrate this Halloween with some spooktacular printables from ABCmouse! Use this collection as a fun morning activity or as a coloring station at this year’s class Halloween party. Visit www. ABCmouse.com/teachers to create your FREE ABCmouse for Teachers account and access these and thousands more resources for Preschool through 2nd grade.