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Copyright © 2013 Kimberly Patrickhttp://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ocbeachteacher Clipart by Fun Classroom Creations http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Fun-Classroom-Creations 1 It’s Time to Play Trashketball!
Copyright © 2013 Kimberly Patrickhttp://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ocbeachteacher2 Who will be the scorekeeper? Each group must have a captain to bring its paper to the teacher with its answers. If the group is wrong, the captain returns to the group and tries again: 1 st - 3 shots 2 nd – 2 shots 3 rd – 1 Shot Points for each shot: Farthest line – 5 Middle line – 3 Closest – 1 The team with the most points at the end of the game wins!
Directions: 1. Number your group’s paper from 1-5. 2. Identify and write the nouns in each sentence. Example: Halloween is celebrated once a year in October. Answer: Halloween, year, October Copyright © 2013 Kimberly Patrickhttp://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ocbeachteacher
1. The holiday used to be called All Hallows Eve. 2. Halloween symbols include pumpkins, ghosts, and witches. 3. Originally the celebration began as a harvest festival. 4. The Celtic culture is credited with the first Halloween holiday. 5. Trick-or-treating is an activity for children in which they get candy. Copyright © 2013 Kimberly Patrickhttp://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ocbeachteacher
Directions: 1. Number your group’s paper from 6 - 10. 2. Identify and write the verbs or verb phrases in each sentence. Example: Children disguise themselves in costumes for the night. Answer: disguise Copyright © 2013 Kimberly Patrickhttp://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ocbeachteacher
6. Some schools have Halloween parades. 7. Children should be accompanied by an adult for their safety at night. 8. Grown ups may attend Halloween parties. 9. Once kids become teenagers, they are expected to stop trick-or-treating. 10. The Unicef organization encourages people to collect donations on Halloween; the money is used to help children around the world. Copyright © 2013 Kimberly Patrickhttp://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ocbeachteacher
Directions: 1. Number your group’s paper from 11 - 15. 2. Identify and write the adjectives in the sentences. Example: Some popular costumes include powerful superheroes and cute fairies. Answer: popular, powerful, cute Copyright © 2013 Kimberly Patrickhttp://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ocbeachteacher
11. To create a simple costume, just wear black clothing and make-up. 12. Parents don’t want kids to overload on sugary candy and fattening treats. 13. Scary costumes have frightening masks. 14. Some houses seem haunted and spooky sounds keep trick-or-treaters away. 15. Recently many people have started dressing their furry friends in silly costumes too! Copyright © 2013 Kimberly Patrickhttp://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ocbeachteacher
Round1 1. Holiday, All Hallows Eve 2. Symbols, pumpkins, ghosts, witches 3. Celebration, festival 4. Culture, holiday 5. Trick-or-Treating, activity, children, candy Round 2 6. Have 7. Should be accompanied 8. May attend 9. Become, are expected 10. Encourages, is used Round 3 11. Simple, black 12. Sugary, fattening 13. Scary frightening 14. Some, haunted, spooky 15. Many, furry, silly Copyright © 2013 Kimberly Patrickhttp://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ocbeachteacher Borders by ATurntoLearn http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ms-Jessica
1 It’s Time to Play Trashketball!. 2 Who will be the scorekeeper? Each group must have a captain to bring its paper to the teacher with its answers.
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