A Huge Halloween High Five to Kim Koehler at firstname.lastname@example.org for sharing this Halloween Glyph!
Here is the key for the haunted house. I do either a haunted house or a scarecrow each year. I recently had students who did not participate in Halloween, so we made scarecrows that year instead of the houses. I have the key and worksheet in Word with the neat font too. So here it is here: It is a pretty complicated glyph that I do with my third graders.
black house means I am a girl, brown house means I am a boy
tall door= I have pets, short door= I do not
skinny door= I have a computer, wide door= I do not
tall chimney= I have blonde or red hair, short chimney= I have black or brown hair
skinny chimney= I wear glasses, wide chimney= I do not
yellow moon= 8 years old, white moon= 9 years old
The number of windows equals the number of hours I go trick or treating
The number of ghosts represents my brothers and sisters
The color of my sign tells the month of my birthday
The bats flying around mean nothing but Halloween fun!
*** You can change any of these to fit with an all Halloween theme or any other questions you think of. I also have the kids put spider webs on it, but don’t have any on my sample. I show them how to put the webs on using my sample and then take them off to store it. It is pretty beat up from being around for a few years, but still gets the idea across pretty well.
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