If you know me, you know I love ALL. THE. THINGS. FALL! That includes candy, pumpkins, scarecrows, witches, bats, ghosts, and monsters. I loved playing that song Skin and Bones for Halloween. If you haven’t heard it, I will link it at the bottom. I memorized it and used it every time I wanted the kids to sit down with me on the floor in the month of October. They love it! I also find it easier to get students to write when the prompts are fall-related, especially if it has to do with a spooky haunted house!
As much as I love celebrating fall, I never had enough time to do all the fun things I wanted to do because October to December was always so busy. This is why I spend a lot of time and energy on creating fall resources for you. I worked every weekend planning fun things for my students, but you don’t have to because I’ve done a lot of the hard work for you. Take your weekends back and be THAT teacher students remember!
You can take your students on a fun Virtual Haunted House Field Trip!!
- learn about fiction and non-fiction
- tour a haunted house virtually
- take an airplane ride
- write to persuade someone to buy the haunted house
- write a narrative or opinion paper
- count objects
- play I spy
- pack for the trip
- take a comprehension quiz
- discuss with a partner if the trip was fiction or non-fiction
Students can be provided the materials virtually or you can print the black and white printable options for in-person learning. There are primary and intermediate lined prompts provided. These trips are a blast!
Grab it HERE!
You can also find this in the Virtual Field Trip BUNDLE.
One field trip bundle review:
“This was a great source to use for live lessons. I was able to make it my own by adding the objectives and standards and make connections cross-curricular.” – Ashlyn W.
Virtual field trips make learning so much fun that students don’t even know they are learning!
SONG – Old Woman all SKIN & Bones