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They have been playing for more than two hours and everyone got very bored because they thought it wasn’t exciting. Level 1. The Haunted House Have you ever been trick-or-treating when you came upon an old house and wanted to explore it? Thank you so much.. This story describes the house and starts to leave an image of what the inside of the house looks like. There are lots of scary things in the haunted house! Homes and furniture. Autumn says: October 22, 2018 at 11:10 am. Imagine you find another haunted house. Save for Later. Game. You could also try using them to start discussions about the different key points and story structure. Tell us about it! Save this to my Google Drive ™ Subscribe to save. “Let's go in,” Sean said. Reply. What's in each room? I love this website it helps me. Print an activity for the story. Print the story. To save a resource you must first Join or Sign In. Documents. Download. Unlimited Premium. Average: 3.965345. Reply. Well, I’ll tell you a story about five kids, Jake, Zach, John, Bob, and Sean, who did it. Discussion . Alternative versions include: Eco Black and White Version, Super Eco Colour. Raksha says: July 22, 2018 at 8:38 am . The resource includes 3 ability levels.Tags in this resource: Halloween. Save Resource. Story developed by Cambridge English Online. Each page features a lovely hand drawn image to illustrate it.
The Haunted House Jevin Karunia, Grade 6, St. Joseph's Primary School Short Story 2007 One beautiful sunshine morning, four children named Droncho, Harriet, Michelle and Tanya were playing Monopoly inside Droncho’s house located at a town named Sommerville. These lovely A4 story cards are great for increasing and assessing familiarity with the main events in the story of The Haunted House. Average: 4 (606 votes) Tags. KS1 The Haunted House Heist: Halloween Phonics Problem-Solving Mystery Game (1 member review) Classic Collection Click for more information. Print the answers. They were trick-or-treating in their neighborhood, going door-to-door, when they came upon an old house.