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The 15 Best Halloween ESL Activity Links on the (Spider) Web!

We have searched long and far, and found what we think are some of the best 15 Halloween ESL activities on the world wide Spider Web!  Enjoy. The links will take you to the individual sites. We congratulate each site for their excellent efforts in successfully publishing a spooky good activity for learning the Halloween ESL theme.

 1.  Looking for a tasty Halloween treat you can make in class (other than severed limbs?) Try this with your voracious zombies and see how they like it! Visit Site

2. With Halloween-based conversation, vocabulary, grammar and even a recipe this lesson has all the right ingredients to keep everyone busy and in the holiday spirit. Visit Site

3. Want a little history with your howls of horror? Dig a little deeper (grave?!) and learn about where Halloween actually comes from. Great question and answer sheet based on the reading as well. Visit Site

4. Never run out of things to keep your little ghouls busy. With readings, matching exercises, idioms, pair work and more, there’ll be no need to tie anyone up! Visit Site

5. Fun and creative “Dancing Witch” craft project for your aspiring sorcerers. Scissors are mandatory (knives, scythes and guillotines are optional) so watch the bloodshed! Visit Site

6. Super cool comic strip lesson plan to get all your students involved. A perfect opportunity to let them release their inner zombie! Visit Site

7. Easy recipes to gross out even the most ghastly of your students. Throw a blindforld on them and check out their horrified expression when you say they’re eating “lady fingers”! Visit Site

8. A real casket full of lesson plans from this link. Math, Art, Computers, Language Arts it’s all there for taking. Bwahahahaha! Visit Site

9. Here’s a great face mask activity to keep your little monsters active. Use the empty egg cartons you have left over from all the eggs you threw at cars. Visit Site

10. Want a little history with your howls of horror? Dig a little deeper (grave?!) and learn about where Halloween actually comes from. Great question and answer sheet based on the reading as well. Visit Site 

11. If you’re looking to make the hairs on the back of their neck stand stand straight up (and get a few screams out of them as well) this is the activity for you. A bit of set-up time, but it’s worth it. Visit Site

12. Multi-Activity unit on pumpkins. Color ‘em, cut ‘em, eat ‘em, it’s all there. Keep your little ones busy in the pumpkin patch for hours. Visit Site

13. Just what the little monsters need at Halloween, more candy. The But it’s homemade, so it’s ok. They’ll get a kick out of these edible eyeballs. Visit Site

14. Books, pumpkins, spiders and even macaroni (?!) – Ghoulish Halloween activities to keep them coming back for more. Visit Site

15. Make cool Halloween craft memories that won’t get chewed up and forgotten like their bags and bags on candy. Visit Site

 

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