This week's one of my favorites for class activities! I like seeing little ones get slightly spooked! Their innocence is exciting and rewarding...:) However, if any of your babies begin acting like these in the video below, then...
Here's a link to a great "skeleton" lesson on "How to Write Your Own Scary Story..."
And to follow suit, here's a wonderful reading of Edgar A. Poe's "The Raven." Click on the little sound icon on the top left of the page.
To get the students EXCITED about SPOOKTACULAR reads, I created the following display and gave this Scary Stories to Read hand-out:
Anyone one of my kiddos, who paid attention in the library, KNOWS why I hate this picture:
For the younger kiddos, here are a couple of videos that explain "Monsters" and "Halloween" in a quirky manner! :)
For those who love ZOMBIES as well as SYNONMS and Language Arts, then this Pinterest find is for you! Don't forget to check out my Halloween Pinterest page below for additional spooky finds!
Here's my share for a cute little Halloween Song and the creators thanked me on Twitter! Super Cool
@awakenlibrarian Thanks for sharing!! Wishing you a very Happy Halloween!! ^_^ P.S. we think librarians are super heroes!— Super Simple Songs (@SimpleSongs) October 31, 2014
Super Cute Skeleton Bones Song:
And how can we forget PHOBIAS????
Let me caution you: This video below is for older students (i.e. 16 and up, as well as adults)! Therefore, my little Goodman Owls that follow my blog, stop RIGHT NOW and get your parent's permission before you continue! I'm not playing, this has inappropriate language and violent scenes!
Any how could I forget my beloved CLASSICAL COMPOSERS, who are ready to rock this Halloween!