Monday, October 8, 2012

Halloween Booooks!

Happy Monday!

I hope everyone had a wonderfully relaxing weekend! Halloween is in full swing around here! I *adore* Halloween, so we're busy learning everything we can while incorporating Halloween fun into it all.  As you all know, I use books in most of my speech & language lessons. I thought I'd make you a list of Halloween Books I'm using this year, and see if any of you have other suggestions as well! I linked my book companions for some of them too!



1. H is for Haunted House-A Halloween Alphabet Book, by Tanya Lee Stone
2. The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything, by Linda Williams
3. There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat, by Lucille Colandro
4. The Night Before Halloween, by Natasha Wing
5. Room on the Broom, by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler
6. Ten Timid Ghosts, by: Jennifer O'Connell
7. From Seed to Pumpkin, by Wendy Pfeffer
8. Tucker's Spooky Halloween, by Leslie McGuirk
9. The Bones of Fred McFee, by Eve Bunting
10. Turkey Trick or Treat, by Wendi Silvano
11. Spiders, by Gail Gibbons
12. Big Pumpkin,  by Erica Silverman
13. Happy Halloween, Little Critter, by Mercer Mayer
14. What's In The Witch's Kitchen, by Nick Sharratt
15. The Biggest Pumpkin Ever, by Steven Kroll



What are your favorite Halloween Books? I'd love to add new favorites to my collection!



9 comments:

  1. I love the Halloweiner by Dav Pilkey. Has a lot of opportunities for learning vocabulary, and quite a few laughs.

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion! I'll efinitely have to check that one out!

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  2. Big Pumpkin is one of my favorite books to use during Halloween!

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    1. Thanks for your comment! I've found that the kids love it too!

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  3. I really like There Was an Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything, and my students seem to really like it, too. It works for a lot of age groups, as well.

    Rebecca
    Talking With Rebecca

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    1. You're right! I'm using it next week when we talk about the Five Senses (Hearing with the clomp, clomp, etc!) It's great for teaching new descriptive vocabulary words, too!

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  4. I LOVE 5 little pumpkins! When I taught little ones EFL I adapted it to teach about family. Not sure it would be of any use to you but it is always TONS of fuN!
    http://eslcarissa.blogspot.mx/2012/10/5-little-pumpkins-family-version.html

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  5. I Need My Monster, lots of good new vocabulary

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