Help! A witch turned me into a frog! That’s the creative Halloween writing prompt that started my fun new Halloween writing activity printable. Do your kids like to make up stories? Storytelling is an important skill and it’s a great place to begin working with your kids on their writing skills.
Halloween Frog Craft and Writing Prompt
You can encourage creative thinking, practice handwriting, build writing skills with your kids, and add a little Halloween fun to your lessons with this adorable frog witch craftivity. Keep reading for more ideas about how to use this Halloween writing activity and encourage more creative writing at home or in the classroom.
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Halloween Writing Prompt
Kids improve their communication skills, concentration, and creativity when they practice creative writing. If you’re looking for a Halloween writing prompt to explore with your kids this October, you’ll love this new Frog Witch Craftivity.
Download and print this Halloween writing activity. Then, let your kids have fun coloring the Frog Witch Craftivity while they brainstorm ideas for their own stories. The included writing paper is set up with lines and spacing perfect for young children just beginning to master handwriting, so they’ll be able to get their story down without becoming overwhelmed by small spaces.
Halloween Frog Writing Prompt
What would you do if a witch turned you into a frog? That’s the question this interesting Halloween prompt asks kids to ponder. I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to hear my own children’s answers!
As early as first grade, kids can write their own spooky stories down with this adorable creative writing assignment. Start with just a few sentences. Then, encourage them to write even more fantastic tales!
Read a Halloween Story
Stephen King, a famous American horror story author, is known for saying “If you want to be a good writer, you must do two things above all others: you must read a lot and you must write a lot.” This Halloween, encourage your children to write down their own spooky tales and spend time reading spooky stories together too.
Reading together won’t just make them better writers, according to the experts, it’s the best way to help kids become better readers too.
Halloween Books for Kids
Here are some fun scary stories to get you started:
- Coraline by Neil Gaiman
- In a Dark, Dark Room by Alvin Schwartz
- The House with a Clock in its Walls by John Bellairs
I don’t know about you guys, but I can’t wait to spend some quality time on the couch reading not so scary stories to my kids this Halloween. It’s definitely become a tradition filled with learning and fun at our house.
If your kids need more help brainstorming ideas for their spooky Halloween writing activity, try Rory’s Story Cubes available on Amazon. The expansion packs are perfect for Halloween stories!
Host a Spooky Halloween Reading
Another fun Halloween idea is to have kids read their completed Halloween writing activities to their classmates or friends via Zoom. You can have everyone meet online and read their stories aloud in the dark with flashlights for a spooky Halloween themed reading they won’t soon forget!
And if you homeschool, have your children share their stories with your co-op or friends during a fun outdoor campfire reading.
Hosting a reading is a great way to enjoy Halloween together while learning. Plus, your kids will get the chance to build their reading fluency skills as they read aloud to their friends or family this Halloween. Kids will love getting feedback from others about their stories too.
Consider making special treats for the even like s’mores, popcorn, cookies, or mailing special Halloween treats to guests beforehand with your very own spooky invitations.
More Halloween Writing Prompts to Explore
If your kids love the witch frog craftivity, you can try some of these other fantastic Halloween writing prompts for kids:
- Pretend you are a piece of candy on Halloween. Write about your adventures.
- Invent and Haunted House and try to sell it.
- What should your teacher/parent be for Halloween? Why?
With children who are just beginning to write, consider ignoring misspelled words and grammar initially. Encourage them to get their thoughts on paper first. There will always be time for edits later and you don’t want to discourage them from sharing their amazing ideas and creativity.
Another way to get creative with your kids this Halloween is by exploring sensory bins together. Sensory bins encourage kids to explore their senses and be curious in a concrete, tactile way. These two Halloween sensory activities are perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, and older children too:
- Halloween Spaghetti Sensory Bin: This sensory experience uses cooked spaghetti noodles for a tactile experience your kids won’t soon forget. I like to hide small plastic Halloween toys for my kids to enjoy in this spaghetti bin.
- Halloween Sensory Bags: Hair gel, bats, and eyeballs combine for a spooky orange sensory bag that’s mess free and a whole lot of fun. It’s perfect for toddlers who might make a mess with a bin.
- Halloween Sensory Rice Bin: With dry pasta and rice, this bin has so many different textures and surprises for your preschooler to explore. Consider hiding Halloween treasure for your little ones to find.
Research shows us that sensory play can help children build important nerve connections in the brain and help kids learn to tackle complex tasks. Sensory play also supports language development, cognitive growth, and early motor skills.
So adding a little sensory learning fun to your Halloween themed lessons this October could make a big difference for your early learners.
Don’t forget to get your very own writing Halloween writing prompt and witch frog craftivity with lined paper for writing spooky stories at home or in the classroom this October. Keep scrolling to get yours today and begin exploring creative writing with your kids.
I’d love to learn more about how you’re using these fun witch frog printables at home or with your class this year, so please share your Halloween lesson plans in the comments. I can’t wait to read about your learning adventures!
Halloween Literacy Activities
Halloween Frog Craft Activity
How to Make a Halloween Frog Craft
- Construction Paper (or cardstock)
- Fine Tip Black Marker
- Pencil, Crayons, or Markers
- Download and print out the templates.
- Cut the pieces out from the paper or use the printed paper as a template to trace onto construction paper.
- Glue the pieces together. You may glue the pieces together and then glue them onto a black paper background or you may glue the writing prompt onto black paper and then glue the character at the top.
- Color the writing prompt and use a pencil to fill it out.
- Your craft is now complete.
- These would be perfect for a bulletin board display or Halloween decorations!
Halloween Craft Activity
Prepare the craft supplies that you need.
Cut the pieces out from the paper or use the printed paper as a template to trace them onto construction paper.
Glue the pieces together. You may glue the pieces together and then glue them onto a black paper background or you may want to glue the writing prompt onto black paper and then glue the character at the top. Whatever way you like best works.
Your child can also enjoy coloring the writing prompt and using a colored pencil to fill out their story.
Halloween Frog Template
Kids will have fun creating spooky sentences, learning to use their imagination, and having fun with their word. Your kids can get creative with this activity.
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