Halloween jack o'lanterns

By Amanda Hahn, 31 October, 2016
Duration
Junior High
2
Objective
To review future tense and give students a hands-on Halloween activity.
Resources
Worksheet

Works naturally with JHS 2 because the textbook talks about jack o’lanterns and Halloween, but could be adapted for the other two levels easily.  Also could be displayed at Culture Festival easily…

In class, give the students the worksheet, and tell them that they are making a jack o’ lantern.  In the space underneath, they are to introduce the pumpkin.

I required four sentences and one use of the future tense.  I gave them this example:

“My pumpkin’s name is Tom.  He likes hip-hop and hair wax.  He is from a farm in Japan.  After Halloween, he will become pumpkin pie.”

 

Attachment(s)
File
pumpkintemplate.pdf (23.91 KB)

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