4 Free Online Halloween English Lessons for Kids and Teenagers

How come the lessons are free?

Well, not everything in this world needs to cost money. I volunteer a lot, and since Halloween is my favorite holiday, I decided to open up my virtual classroom to the world and have children from various countries have fun online. Unfortunately, 2020 hasn’t been kind to us, so even if you are inside, even if trick-or-treating is not a possibility this year, it does not mean that we cannot have an online party! So join my free online English lessons for kids this Halloween and meet children from all over the world!

Level and age

These lessons are for children aged 6 to 14. Please do not apply to participate in this lesson since non-native children aged who do not fit the age group will not benefit from it since it is above their level. Every lesson has its specific age group.

Number of students

The number of students who can attend the live lesson is 50. Your child can join, and please send this link to other children so that we can have more friends from all over the world.

How long are the lessons?

The lessons are 30 minutes long, and they are very dynamic so that younger learners do not lose focus.

Materials

We will use highly interactive digital materials in the lessons, so if you are interested in peeking and seeing how one of the materials looks like, watch the videos below. The videos are linked in the accordion, along with the lesson description.

Activities

In the lesson, we will use highly interactive digital materials, separate children into rooms, discuss, solve riddles, puzzles, describe, listen, role-play, and have some spookolicious fun!

Attendance diploma

At the end of every lesson, all the children will get a small, spooky diploma for attending the lesson. It will be blank, and the child or the parent will enter the name into the gap.

How can you join?

Just follow the link sent in your email and click on the blue JOIN button. Then, please watch the tutorial below to see how you can join the lesson room.

You do not need to install anything!

The live lessons happen right in the browser, and the children do not need to share their email or install any apps. Instead, the parent will share their email to receive the joining link and the code for the lesson to protect children’s privacy.

You will get an access code and a link for it. You only need to type a nickname or a name and add the code. That’s all! 

Tutorial for learners (If you are watching this alone and can’t understand, ask an adult to help you.)

The lesson topics are:

Free Live Lesson 1 – Ghastly Grammar  Errors – Role Play (9 to 14 years old)

Free Live Lesson 2 – Halloween 101 – Vocabulary, Quiz, Sentence Building, Song (4-7)

Free Live Lesson 3 – Halloween Online Escape Room: Who Stole Halloween (9 to 14 years old)

Free Live Lesson 4 – Halloween Around the World – Cultural Discussion (6-10 years old)

Lesson time & date: 31st of October, at 1 pm GMT+1 - registration closed

Lesson time & date: 31st of October, at 3 pm GMT+1 - registration closed

Lesson time & date: 31st of October, at 2 pm GMT+1 - registration closed​

Lesson time & date: 31st October, 4pm GMT+1 - registration closed

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Interested to find out what will the children learn, what are the materials, and activities? Explore the accordion below and click on the title of each lesson!

After the lesson, the students will be able to

  1. Understand the difference between TO, TOO, and TWO;
  2. Use TO, TOO, and TWO properly;
  3. Understand the difference between THERE, THEIR, and THEY’RE;
  4. Use THERE, THEIR, and THEY’RE properly;
  5. Understand the difference between YOU’RE and YOU;
  6. Use YOU’RE and YOU properly;
  7. Learn to dramatize and act like Halloween characters (zombie, mummy, goblins);
  8. Practice working in groups;
  9. Learn and practice role-playing.

Materials

In the lesson, we will use highly interactive digital materials, so if you are interested to peek and see how it looks like, watch the video below.

Activities

In the lesson we will use highly interactive digital materials, explore the differences and discuss the common grammar errors, separate into rooms, discuss, have a role-play, and have some spookolicious fun!

After the lesson, the students will be able to

  1. Recognize the spelling of the following Halloween words: scarecrow, spiderweb, scarecrow, moonlight, mummy, haunted house, vampire, tombstone, jack-o-lantern, spider, ghost, trick or treat, coffin, candy, black cat, corn, Frankenstein, cauldron, bat.
  2. Recognize the pronunciation of the words listed above;
  3. Recognize the images that illustrated the words listed above;
  4. Sing the song GO AWAY to review the learned vocabulary.

Materials

In the lesson, we will use highly interactive digital materials, so if you are interested to peek and see how it looks like, watch the video below.

Go Away – Review song played on keyboards

To review the song, the teacher will play this song on the keyboards, and the children will dance and repeat after her.

Activities

In the lesson, we will use highly interactive digital materials, learn Halloween vocabulary, have a quiz to test what they remember, and finally sing a song to have fun and review the content.

Materials

Explore the escape room below, but if you are a parent, please do not show it to your teenager, since there will be no point to join the lesson if they saw all the steps.

Activities

In the lesson, we will use highly interactive digital material, and we will solve many clues, riddles, and answer to a quiz in order to find out who stole Halloween!

After this lesson the learners will be able to:

  1. Recognize basic motifs that appear around Halloween in a different culture;
  2. Describe traditional rituals in multiple cultures;
  3. Compare holidays from different countries which are similar to Halloween;
  4. Describe and discuss photos which depict certain holiday-related imagery;
  5. Talk about and present their own specific family traditions.

Materials

Explore the interactive material in the video below!

Activities

In the lesson, we will use highly interactive digital material, and we describe, discuss, present, share and chat about Halloween traditions all over the world!

If you want to see my digital teaching portfolio and learn more about me before you sign up, explore the link below.

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About Alice Glass

Alice is a 29 years old English teacher with a B.Ed and M.Ed. with a double minor (English teaching methodology for young learners and Serbian language teaching methodology). She is also a young but published academic researcher, materials designer, and an online ESL teacher for children in her own school, ELLoquent. She is passionate about teaching young learners, environmental education, storytelling & drama, and distance learning. Last but not least, she is a mother of an autistic toddler with SPD.

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