Free Halloween Flip Book for Adjectives
[Source: Chit Chat and Small Talk]
It’s a fun little book with a stack of adjective cards on the left, and Halloween vocabulary on the right that you flip through to make plausible and silly combinations.
I like to have the kids turn to the first page and say, “I see a scary haunted house,” and then have them flip over the next vocabulary card to see if the next item is also scary. For example, the second card might be a picture of candy, so I ask them, “Is candy scary? No!” Sometimes we continue flipping through the whole vocabulary stack and sometimes we just find one more thing to match the adjective, depending on the child.
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