Booklet + haunted house flannel or white board manipulatives you can make to help tell the story.
- Simply copy and laminate them. Attach a piece of velcro or a magnet.
- Pass them out to your students before you read the story. While reading, when you come to that section, students attach the piece to your flannel or white board.
- A great way to get children involved in sequencing.
- Students trace the onomatopoeia words in their own booklets.
- Great use of description to explain adjectives and adverbs to young writers.
- A nice spring board for other writing extensions.