This is a super simple idea that can be used on a table in a classroom or library, with individual flannel boards, or as a group participation activity to go along with Halloween themed stories. You could pass out the various pieces and ask children to come up and help you build the faces.
Here are some possible Halloween stories to go along with this set:
If You’re a Monster and You Know It by Ed Emberly
Where’s My Mummy by Carolyn Crimi
Pumpkin Eye by Denise Fleming
Big Pumpkin by Erica Silverman
Frankenstein by Rick Walton
One, Two…Boo! By Kristen Dempken
Pumpkin Trouble by Jan Thomas
Flannel Friday's Halloween Extravaganza is being hosted by Lisa at Thrive After Three!
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