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Web Tools for Halloween

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October 27, 2013 By: Özge Karaoglu

Oct 27

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Halloween is just round the corner and the preparations are in full swing! If you want to do some online activities with your kids at school before the night, here are some spooky, scary, creepy web tools for you!

Children can tell their spooky stories withKerpoof, Storyjumper or a collaborative story using Storybird. Choose your storyline, write your text and boo others!

Children can create their cute monsters onMoshimonsters. They can write or talk about their animals’ Halloween plans.

What about creating Halloween e-cards with your own pictures? Choose your e-card, upload your pictures, add your message and scare others.

You can carve your own pumpkin here or here or play some Halloween gameshere with your kids.

Would you like to create your own spooky pumpkin, here you go!

Children can create their own Halloween avatars using Voki, and record their voices telling their jokes or stories.

Here and here, you can create an interactive e-card, use text-to-speech and share it with others.

You can play this Halloween Escape game and ask kids to write the directions for each other.

You can create your own funky card here by uploading your face pictures.

Here is a nice game where you write the words and make the ghosts disappear.

You can attach different animal parts to a human body to build your wild safeand share it with others.

If you are working with young learners, PBS Kids is also celebrating Halloween with many interactive activities.

Have a spooky time on Halloween. Don’t get too scared though…

This blog or the author is not responsible for any inappropriate images/text/ads of the external links. Please double check before you use it with your students.

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