Spooky House Writing Prompt – Creative Writing and Vocabulary

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Looking for a Spooky House Writing Prompt to complete with your students during the fall season?
Do you want the students to experience using the stages of the Writing Process?
Do you have struggling writers (English learners, too!) and need additional support with vocabulary?
 
Do you want a creative writing activity for fall and the Halloween season that will enable your students to be filled with excitement and support so they can succeed?
Check this resource out!

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Looking for a Spooky House Writing Prompt to complete with your students during the fall season?

Do you want the students to experience using the stages of the Writing Process?
Are there struggling writers (English learners, too!) who need additional support with vocabulary in your classroom?
 
Do you want a creative writing activity for fall and the Halloween season that will enable your students to be filled with excitement and support so they can succeed?
Check this resource out!
 
This entertaining resource is easy to implement and calls for little to no prep. Just copy and go.
 
This “Spooky House” writing prompt has everything you need, from suggested lesson plans to publishing pages and everything in between. This Adventure writing is intended as an extended writing project and should take close to a week or more to complete and can easily fit within the writing workshop model. Following the steps by front-loading vocabulary allows teachers to help their students increase their vocabulary usage in their writing while also strengthening their classroom community and writing engagement.
Creative Writing and Vocabulary steps focus on front-loading vocabulary so reluctant writers have a solid bank of words and phrases, even story starters, to help keep them engaged and supported throughout the writing process. Using both audio and visual stimuli helps hook the writer from the beginning. I love watching my students excited about writing because they feel they can be successful and are excited to create their own stories.
 
Included in this resource:
Quick Use Guide
Suggestions for Use Lesson Plans
Spooky House Coloring Page
A Spooky House Word Bank
Story Ideas and Story Starter Page
Writing Process Checklist
Scoring Rubric
Self-Reflection Student Sheet
 
Also included, For Published Pieces:
Cover Page
Dedication Page
About the Author Page
Comments Page
Themed Writing Pages
 
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Students who struggle to write will be more successful when different writing projects pull from the same or similar word bank and ideas.
If studying fall, include fall nature journaling, fall-themed team writing, and even fall poetry.
Or extend the Halloween theme with fun Team Writing Activities that can quickly be completed in a single 30 minute sitting.

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