What if I discovered my house was haunted?
October 28, at 8: This neighborhood almost looked normal; the red and silver moons in the sky were all that set it apart from a typical Earth suburb.
The smell of recent rain made it almost feel like home; Sophie breathed it in as a pang of nostalgia and loneliness clenched in her chest. If only…but no, her home was gone. She paused as a strange sound in the distance caught her ear, but shrugged it off after a few more seconds.
She silently strolled through the neighborhood, rounding corner after corner. It was nice to be in a place that had streetlights—Sophie halted. A long, broad shadow stretched across the sidewalk from around the corner ahead.
She gripped the knife on her hip and willed herself to be calm.
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It could just be a local out for a late-night stroll. She could just turn around to…give them some space. Her gut told her to not turn her back.
A dark, massive figure stepped into the light. Sophie drew her knife and energy sword and shifted into a fighting stance.
The figure threw off its hood with a clawed hand. Its head was covered in scales that glittered in the yellow light.
Its mouth pulled back in a smile, revealing rows of jagged teeth. According to the Federation, I died over a year ago. The reptile laughed as he continued to fire.
His lipless mouth curled up in an overconfident grin. He kicked the grenade back and dodged the knife. Sophie cried out as the flash singed her leg. Sophie fought the urge to panic.
She still had a few seconds of consciousness.Halloween High: Celebrating the Haunted Holiday in Grades It’s the spookiest month of the year.
And while high school students may be too old for costume parades and cutting pumpkins out of construction paper, there are entertaining and effective ways to create effective and educationa Halloween Lesson Plans.
I love to write creative writing prompts. For over seven years, I have been coming up with new ideas every week for The Write Prompts.. Here, I do the same, only these are all starter or "continue on" writing prompts. First Grade Writing Prompt and Story Writing Worksheets.
Now that they've mastered the art of the sentence, first graders start writing by trying their hand at stories.
Halloween is a favorite among students of all ages. Whether you want to take a few minutes to have students “quick-write” or spend minutes writing their answers to the writing prompts, these easy-to-use writing prompts will encourage your students to be creative.
Paragraph writing activities and Writing Prompts for the Entire Year! Paragraph of the Week, a weekly paragraph writing practice system, will provide your students with LOTS of practice opportunities in writing well-organized paragraphs in a fun and enjoyable way. Want students to practice using suspense, foreshadowing, or plot structure in their writing and Halloween classroom activities?Have them write a scary story or draft an outline for their own original scary movie to practice structuring plot (you may want to give them a “rating limit” – e.g.
nothing worse than a PG film – if you’re squeamish).