Our Halloween Cryptogram Puzzle is a free PDF download for teachers. Use it in your classroom to teach students food allergy safety during Halloween. This activity sheet makes a great additional supplement for any class containing kids with severe food allergies, especially to peanuts and tree nuts. These ingredients are often hidden in candy through cross contamination during manufacturing. Also visit our Allergy Safety Book in our "For Teachers" category.
Get ready for a brain smacking good time. Sharpen your pencil and shake your alphabet up. I've got a fun cryptogram for you. Like candy? Who doesn't, right? Well, since it's that time of year again, HALLOWEEEEEEEN... I've decided to create something that will get right down to the nitty gritty.
If you've been living with food allergies for a while then you probably have a pretty good idea about what you need to do to stay safe while still having fun. If this is your first Halloween on your special diet then you've got a lot to learn.
Here at Cilie Yack's Sous Club we decided to make a fun cryptogram puzzle for you. It will help teach you the 4 simple rules you need to follow while you celebrate at school. They are also important when you go trick or treating with your friends, too.
Boys and girls, if you like a challenge then you will love this puzzle. It's called a cryptogram. That's a fancy name for a type of word scramble puzzle that has a secret phrase AND a riddle that acts as a clue to help you solve it!
So do you think you have what it takes to answer why "Candy Can be More Spooky than a Ghost..." then turn on your printer. Download this puzzle and print it out!
For more information about Cilie Yack, check out the chapter book for elementary school kids entitled: Cilie Yack is Under Attack.
In chapter 2 "Actually, I'm a celebrity in all of Co. Clare. I even got a quick mention on RTE radio news one afternoon."I get a lot of email from kids asking for more stories about my life in Co. Clare, Ireland. I live just a mile away from the Atlantic Ocean in a little town called Miltown Malbay. If you've been a tourist to Ireland's west coast, it's about 20 minutes from the Cliffs of Moher. If you've read my book Cilie Yack is Under Attack then you know all about life on our small dairy farm in Co. Clare, Ireland. I come from a long line of farmers. My dad's a farmer and both his brothers are farmers. One of his brothers still lives on and runs their home place. That's what we call our childhood home in Ireland. So when I grow up I'll be calling the house I grew up in my home place. But since I'm only 9 I've got loads of time. Boys and girls, here's that little jigsaw puzzle of where I come from. Have fun making it!
In chapter 11 "My dog once ate Mum's watercolor paints and made bright blue and green poops afterward."I get a lot of email from kids asking for more stories about my dog, Buddy. He is my quirky mutt with a big appetite. Buddy's basically a cattle dog. My dad trained him to help round up loose cattle on the farm. It doesn't happen often, but when it does, Buddy is handy to have! He also helps get the Friesians from the field into the shed at milking time every single day. We've got a small dairy farm in Co. Clare, Ireland. But you probably know all about my life if you've read my book: Cilie Yack is Under Attack. Buddy has been around since my brother Ronan was born. That makes him about 6 years old now. He's pretty much an outdoor dog. Most farm dogs are. And it's not that my mother would never allow him into our house or anything. Buddy just wouldn't have it. He spends most of his time chasing mice in the haybarn. He likes to chase the tractors and cars that pass on the road, too. So, I hope I've answered all your questions about my dog Buddy. Boys and girls, here's a little jigsaw puzzle for you to make. Have fun!