Sprout English’s Lesson of the Week is Halloween, found in the Paper Games section of the Games Room. This is a brand new lesson created just in time for this popular holiday, and we’re making it free for everyone this week! (All you have to do is sign up for our free trial, and you’ll have access to this lesson as well as 20 other fantastic lessons from our different sections.)

If you live in North America, you’re probably gearing up for Halloween on Thursday, October 31st. Kids love this fun holiday because they get to dress up in costumes and collect candy. But even if you teach kids outside of North America, this lesson would be a great way to discuss other cultures and learn some of the related vocabulary. Halloween vocabulary shows up in a lot of books, movies, and TV shows, so this activity would be fun for students no matter where they live!

This week’s lesson features a drawing with a spooky haunted house and kids dressed up for Halloween. Get your young learners to match the objects in the drawing to the vocabulary words. What better way for kids to learn new vocabulary than to be able to visualize it? Once they’re done matching, you can correct it as a class and demonstrate the pronunciation of the words. Then your kids can color the picture. Spending time coloring will help them remember the related vocabulary!

Find this lesson in the Games Room – Paper Games.

For our other Halloween materials, check out the following:

 

     

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