This Halloween, the fifth grade made illustrations to accompany spooky riddles! First, we worked as a class to understand the meaning of each riddle. Then, the students worked in pairs to make the riddles come alive. Check out the riddles below! Which one is your favourite?
First rowLeft: What's the problem with twin witches? You can't tell which witch is which! Center: What monster plays tricks on Halloween? Prank-enstein! Right: What do sea monsters eat for lunch? Fish and ships!
Second rowLeft: What are a ghost's favourite pants? Boo jeans! Center: What room is useless for a ghost? A living room! Right: What road has the most ghosts haunting it? A dead end!
Third rowLeft: How do you make a skeleton laugh? Tickle her funny bone! Center: Where does Dracula keep his money? In a blood bank! Right: What do you call a skeleton who won't work? Lazy bones!
Fourth rowLeft: What do you call witches who live together? Broom-mates! Second from the left: Why do witches fly on brooms? Because vacuum cleaners are too heavy! Third from the left: What do witches ask for at hotels? Broom service! Right: What do you get when you cross a teacher and a vampire? A blood test!