I'm sure y'all are very aware by now that I'm an English teacher. I LOVE words and literature! Around Halloween, I always start thinking about the father of creepy literature-- Edgar Allan Poe. His stories are so powerful, and he has such a way with words. One of his most well-known poems is "The Raven." If you haven't read it, you should, and you should read it ALOUD to fully appreciate the way it sounds. In the poem, there's a raven, of course, and he keeps saying, "Nevermore," which is a word the narrator of the poem does not want to hear. I'm not a fan of creepy, scary Halloween, but since I'm a fan of Poe's poem, I thought I'd make a printable based on it to share with y'all. (I couldn't help myself when I saw all the Halloween goodies Picmonkey has!)
This would look great with your Halloween decor, or if you're an English teacher like I am, it would be great to add to your classroom decor.
Feel free to download the file for your own personal use--you may not claim it as your own, resell, or redistribute it. You can download the printable by clicking on the arrow with the line under it. (The printable was created as a 5x7. If you plan on printing it larger, you should preview it before printing.) If you're interested in more Poe Halloween ideas, check out these: