Looking for hands-on vocabulary activities? This fun French Halloween lapbook has what you need to keep kids engaged in October!
Check it out!
French Halloween Lapbook
In addition to lots of fine motor practice from cutting, folding, and pasting the interactive pieces, your students will review/practice lots of vocabulary.
The mini-books are full of Halloween characters such as the witch, the vampire, and many more!
Check out the Slideshare below to learn how to fold the mini-books:
Kids can also choose which costume they want to wear for Halloween. There are accordion flaps for boys and girls.
And you can also sneak in a little Science with the sorting facts activity about spiders and bats.
Read: FREE Halloween Mini-book
You can see more of the lapbook by watching the IG video below:
Hands-on vocabulary practice? ✅ Fine motor skills work? ✅ Fun? ✅ Check out the French Halloween Lapbook! 🎃 👻 🦇🕷🍬 Includes versions with L’Halloween (for my Canadian friends) and Halloween (without the definite article, for teacher-friends who use European French)! #Frenchimmersion #frenchteacher #frenchtpt #teachingfrench #corefrench #frenchteachers #profdefrançais #profdefrancais #enseigner #enseignement #enseignante #frenchhalloween #lhalloween
I learned that Canadians use the definite article when talking about Halloween. So they’ll say L’Halloween whereas French people will say Halloween. For that reason, I’ve included pages with the word Halloween with and without the article so you can choose 🙂
If you have any questions about the lapbook, leave me a comment at the end of the post!
Hope you and your students enjoy the French Halloween Lapbook!
Thank you so much for stopping by!