This is one of our most favorite books to read this time of year! Not only is the story great it lends itself so easily to practicing the reading comprehension strategy: sequencing. After we read the story and practiced sequencing the order the "spooky" objects that appeared using the SmartBoard, the students completed a sequencing worksheet. We have an easier version and a more difficult version depending on the ability of the group of students.
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|Easier Version: Students write numbers 1 - 6 in boxes and color the objects to match the story.|
|More Challenging Version: Students draw lines from the object to the words describing what the object did. Then they number each object from 1 - 6 in the sequence they appeared in the story.|
|Back of the worksheets for the students to color when they are finished with the front.|