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 Trick or Treat Doors

SUBMITTED BY: Catherine Burgemeister

BORROWED FROM / INSPIRED BY: Ohtsu Elementary school JTE

EDITED BY: ブリキッド

DATE ADDED: Oct 30, 2014

 

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BRIEF OUTLINE: Students make a set of two doors and trick or treat with their friends to collect the most candies. But which door holds the candy and which holds the monster!?

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. Students cut out along the perforated line, then cut out the monster and the candy. DO NOT separate the 2 'doors'.
  2. Students will glue the candy and the monster to the back of the doors.
  3. When everyone has finished, students will make pairs and Student A will say: "Knock, knock, trick or treat. Left/Right Door".
  4. [They will choose 1 door]. Student B will 'open' the door and if it's the candy, they can say "Happy Halloween"!, if it's the mummy, they will say "Boo! [like a ghost]"
  5. Students count how many candies they can get and teachers can tally at the end who got the most candies. 

 

TEACHING SUGGESTIONS:

  • Ensure students have scissors and glue. Give students time limits for how long they have to prepare their "doors".
  • The students need at least 5-10 minutes of time to ask each other and have a great time with this activity. 

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