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 Learn these Halloween words
 
                
 WITCH              GHOST          PUMPKIN               BAT             MUMMY
                                                      
 SKELETON    MONSTER   VAMPIRE    SPIDER      HAUNTED HOUSE
                                                                                                                
 Find the 10 words in the wordsearch
 
   

 

  
 
 

 

 Look at the picture, read and choose true or false
 
 
  
 
 
  - There is a witch
  - There is a vampire
  - There isn't a ghost
  - There isn't a pumpkin
  - There are seven spiders
  - There are seven bats
  - There aren't two monsters
  - There aren't three skeletons
  - The witch has got a big nose
  - The witch hasn't got a purple hat
  - The bats have got white eyes
  - The bats haven't got yellow eyes
 
 
 

 

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