WH Halloween Read-Along Book

My kids are very interested in Halloween. We’ve been covering harvest and pumpkin vocabulary for the first part of the month, but they just can’t wait to tell me all about their costumes and favorite candies. It makes me so happy to see their excitement. I showed this picture to one of my little ones.
She told me it was called a “scare pumpkin.”
Don’t you just love it?!

I’ve added another Read-Along Series Book to Teachers Notebook and Teachers Pay Teachers. It’s called “Who? What? When? Where? Halloween!” and it was really fun to make. 


The story line follows the Trick-or-Treaters as they make their way to the haunted house asking and then answering WH questions for each of the characters. 

I think it would be fun to have the students make up answers to the questions before turning the page to see if any of them are close. You could work on prediction and inferences as well as Halloween vocabulary.

As always, the download includes three useful sizes. I like to print one full page for the teacher’s copy. I laminate the pages and then bind them with the book binder or metal binder rings. I can then leave it out on the book shelf for the kiddos to look through again. The full page copy can also be uploaded to your iPad for digital viewing. There are half page sizes for small group activities as well as quarter sized pages for take home practice and carryover skills. 

This one is on sale in The BonBonSpeecher Store this week, so stop by and pick one up!

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