Candy? Costumes? Parties? Parades? Spooky stories? Staying out until dark?
Can you blame them for being a little rowdy this time of year?
Grab a Pumpkin Spice Latte, and relax.
This Halloween Close Reading lesson requires students to read nonfiction passages from National Geographic about unique, spooky animals. Each of the animals have qualities that are similar to either a vampire, ghost, or monster. Students will then be expected to infer which animal is considered a vampire, ghost, or monster, and provide evidence from the text to support their claim.
These passages are fascinating, and had my students saying, "MS. MILLER, DID YOU KNOW...?!"
Have a Spooktacular time, and be sure to spruce up your room with some banners as well by stopping by my TPT Store!