Crankenstein is back in a new story that’s perfect to read before Halloween. Keep reading to find some activities you can use with Trick or Treat Crankenstein.
About the Book
Written by: Samantha Berger
Illustrated by: Dan Santat
This year, Crankenstein’s favorite day of all—Halloween—has gone rotten! Creepy-cool costumes, super-scary jack-o’-lanterns, and loads of candy have been RUINED by costume disasters, pumpkin-carving nightmares, and a terribly untimely toothache! MEHHRRRR!!! Can Halloween be saved, or will today turn into the crankiest Halloween in history?
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Trick or Treat Crankenstein Activities
You can use these activities before, during, and after reading the story. This mini pack includes:
- graphic organizer to record all of the things that went wrong on Halloween
- Halloween activities survey
- design a new costume for Crankenstein
- create new candy for Halloween
I have also included this Crankenstein writing craft. Students can share about their Halloween plans, what they think Crankenstein should be for Halloween, respond to the story, or choose their own prompt!
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