HALLOWEEN TASK CARDS GRAMMAR, PARTS OF SPEECH, FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE, & VOCABULARY
Bring the holidays into your classroom with this huge bundle of Halloween task cards that help students improve their understanding of parts of speech, figurative language, grammar rules, and vocabulary.
INCLUDED IN YOUR PURCHASE:
HALLOWEEN GRAMMAR TASK CARDS
Included are 15 task cards and presentation slides that allow students to correct grammar errors, spelling mistakes, and punctuation errors in holiday-inspired examples. A teacher answer key reference sheet is also included.
GRAMMAR SKILLS COVERED
→ Plural vs possessive
→ Commas (series, intro element, address, conjunction, dialogue etc.)
→ Subject Verb Agreement
→ Double negatives
→ Dangling Modifiers
HALLOWEEN FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE TASK CARDS
Included are 15 task cards and presentation slides that allow students to label examples of figurative language in Halloween examples. A detailed teacher answer key reference sheet is also included.
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE COVERED
HALLOWEEN VOCABULARY TASK CARDS
Included are 15 task cards and presentation slides that allow students to learn new vocabulary words in Halloween examples. A teacher answer key reference sheet is also included.
NEW WORDS INTRODUCED
HALLOWEEN PARTS OF SPEECH TASK CARDS
Included are 15 task cards and presentation slides that allow students to label examples of parts of speech in Halloween examples. A teacher answer key reference sheet is also included.
PARTS OF SPEECH COVERED
HOW TO USE THIS RESOURCE:
1. BELL-RINGERS: Pass out four task card a day (grammar, vocabulary parts of speech, figurative language) for the 15 days leading up to the holiday. Students can work with a partner to edit the task card, and you can use the presentation to review the answers.
2. HALLOWEEN STATIONS: Include a packet of the task cards at centers around the room where students can choose which ones to work on. The work can be done on the task card or in their notebook. Print out 4 slides per page on Powerpoint (option provided when you print) and keep an answer key booklet for students to check their work when they are done.
3. PAIR WORK: Give each pair of students a task card for each skill and have them complete it together. Then, each pair can present the example to the class and share their results.
4. GROUP WORK: Give a group of three or four students four of the task cards (for each skill) and have them complete it together. The group can present them to the class when they are finished and explain each.
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