Halloween Story Starters

"It was a dark and stormy night..." There's no better time to get some writing practise in than Halloween, when everyone becomes a character! Use the weather, the spooky scenery, or your friends' costumes as inspiration for a short story and illustration in this writing practise worksheet.

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Halloween Story Starter

"It was a dark and stormy night..." There's no better time to get some writing practise in than Halloween, when everyone becomes a character!
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Halloween Story Starters

This Halloween story starter will help your child polish grammar, handwriting and spelling skills. Get into the spooky spirit with a Halloween story starter!
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Halloween Story Starters #2

Celebrate the spirit of Halloween, and share a spooky story! With this creative writing exercise, your child will describe his costume and what inspired it.
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Halloween Story Starters #3

Check out this fun writing exercise with a spooky Halloween theme. Your student will use her imagination to write a story about a magical witch's brew.
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Halloween Story Starters #4

Give your child a fun way to polish his writing skills with a Halloween story starter. Hell get to make up his own scary story and get a creativity boost.
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