October : Halloween

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This activity is perfect for October or if you want to talk about Halloween. In this resource, your students will learn 20 words Halloween-related and practice pronunciation of those words thanks to the phonetic transcriptions.

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Word wall Words are a great way to improve vocabulary and pronunciation skills of your students. This activity is perfect for October or if you want to talk about Halloween. In this resource, your students will learn 20 words Halloween-related and practice pronunciation of those words thanks to the phonetic transcriptions. In this resource, you will get:
  • a recap vocabulary worksheet for your students
  • 20 labels: word – image – phonetic transcription
  • 20 labels: image – word – image
  • 20 labels: image – word
  • 20 labels: image – phonetic transcription – image
  • 20 labels: image – phonetic transcription
  • 20 labels : words only
  • 20 labels : phonetic transcription only
  • 20 flashcards – A5 format (2 per page)
  • 20 flashcards – A6 format (4 per page)
Just choose the options that suit you best. Black and white version included. You will also get blank pages / templates for you to add your own words : they are in the PDF file and they also come as images in a separate folder : simply insert them in your own powerpoint for instance. Here are the 20 words:
  • bat
  • broom
  • candy
  • candy bag
  • candy corn
  • cat
  • frog
  • ghost
  • grave
  • haunted house
  • Jack 0’Lantern
  • moon
  • mummy
  • owl
  • pumpkin
  • skeleton
  • skull
  • spider
  • vampire
  • witch

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1 review for October : Halloween

  1. caroline slater (verified owner)

    Super pour voir le vocabulaire lié à Hallowe’en et travailler la prononciation avec mes petits 6èmes. J’ai utilisé du scotch aimanté et ils ont adoré aller au tableau et manipuler les étiquettes. Du coup quand les 4èmes sont arrivés juste après et qu’ils ont vu les étiquettes au tableau, ils ont voulu le faire eux aussi 😉

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