Halloween ELA Activities
This Halloween ELA Activities resource provides 7 activities to use during your language arts class. With these Halloween activities, students will practice reading and comprehension skills as they learn about the history of Halloween.
What Halloween activities are included?
This resource includes:
- 1 Passage with Comprehension Questions: This two-page passage includes information about the origins of Halloween, where traditions associated with Halloween come from, and how Halloween is celebrated today. Five open-ended comprehension questions and an answer key are included with the passage.
- 5 Halloween Worksheets: Worksheets include a word search, cause and effect activity, creative writing activity, and more!
- 1 Foldable Book
Can any of the activities be completed digitally?
In this resource, you will find the Halloween passage, questions, and worksheets in both PDF and digital format. When you purchase this product, you will be given access to a link that will allow you to open the file in Google Slides. You’ll then share that file with your students. The slides can be printed and adapted for students who prefer to answer the questions by hand. You can also view and print a student’s completed version of the slides. The foldable is only offered in PDF format.
How can I use this Halloween resource in my classroom?
There are many ways to use these Halloween ELA activities. Examples include centers, morning work, or guided instruction.
What are other buyers saying about this resource?
“Quick, comprehensive resource.” (Janet R.)
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Looking for more Halloween ideas? Check out my blog post “Halloween Classroom Ideas for Upper Elementary“!