Halloween writing activities for 6th graders
If we had a Halloween party in class, what would you want to see?
Halloween story ideas
Write a poem about your favorite part of Halloween, telling why it is special to you. We only do language centers once a week due to time constraints. Halloween decorations? What would make this Halloween even better than that? What costumes would you want to see? Tell me everthing there is to know about your monster. Each set of passages comes in a traditional worksheet format and in an interactive notebook format. How would we do that? I printed them on colored cardstock but you could print them on white cardstock and let the students color them. Sometimes I use all three and sometimes I pull out a specific genre that I want the students to practice.
What resources are your favorite? Costume parties? The homework pass is a total favorite every year. What types of food and activities would we have? Halloween decorations? My students love read alouds but they really love holiday themed ones. Describe, in detail, 3 of the best rooms in your haunted house.
While all of the writing prompts are easy to incorporate independently, some of the prompts can be used in collaboration with a story or novel that you are reading in class. They grab the card they want and a genre specific themed planning sheet and they are ready to plan and write.
Halloween Writing Prompts 1.
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