Halloween Board Game

Halloween Board Game

Level: A1- A2

Age: This game can be used with young learners and teens.

Use this interactive board game to practice Halloween vocabulary.

How to Play the Board Game

Students take turns rolling the dice and moving their piece along the board. When a student lands on a square they need to say what is in the picture or answer the Halloween question For example if they land on the first space, the bat, the student would have to say “It is a bat!” .

This game can be played in teams or individually. The game typically last 10 – 15 minutes but it can be shortened by rolling the die twice.

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More Halloween Activities
Check out our other Halloween activities for young learners, teens and adults!

Halloween Trick or Treat  OR try the interactive version– Ideal for teens and young learners

Halloween Guess Who – in this activity, young learners act like monsters helping them consolidate new monster vocabulary.

Zombie Apocalypse – is a fun speaking activity for teens where they discuss how they would survive the zombie apocalypse.

Halloween Family Fortunes – Ideal for teens and adults and even young learners to practice Halloween vocabulary.

Halloween Idioms – Ideal for teens and adults.

Halloween colouring book – Great for iPads, interactive whiteboards or a task for students to complete at home.

Halloween True or False Quiz – This activity is perfect for teens and adults (lower-intermediate +)

Interactive Halloween Memory Match (Young Learners) – Match the Halloween words and practice vocabulary with your young learners.

Halloween Spot the Difference – Practice speaking with young learners with this Halloween spot the difference game. Great for practicing vocabulary and prepositions of place.

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