Halloween has passed, but I thought I'd share a couple of activities that I just never got around to posting.
Who doesn't love the book, The Little Old Lady Who Wasn't Afraid of Anything? It's such an fun story and a great read aloud for October or November. Here is a little predicting activity we did. I read the story aloud, but stopped before the last page. Then, they illustrated and wrote their predictions.
Then, we did a sequencing activity. On the left side, they drew a picture of how
the story actually ended.
We also did a fun activity from my Writing Piece of the Month Unit. They had to create a witch's brew recipe with all kinds of yucky stuff. We read the book, The Little Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat to activate those schemas. Then, we created an anchor chart of a Witch's Pantry and included all sorts of disgusting things.
Here are a few examples of their recipes:
If you already purchased this, please go back and re-download the file. I added the witch coloring page above, and I also added a goofy gobbler page for November. If you would like to see my original post about this unit, click HERE.