I got this last year and I kept it because I thought it was a lot of fun. I hope this was what you were looking for!
The air is cold, the season is fall,
Soon Halloween will come to us all.
The spooks are after things to do,
In fact, a "spook' brought this to you.
"BOO" is a shield from the witching hour,
Just hang it up and watch it's power.
On your desk is where it works,
It wards off scary "spooks" and "jerks".
The treats that came with the cryptic note
Are yours to keep, enjoy the note.
The power comes from friends like you,
Who will copy this and make it two.
Just one short day to work your spell
Or a big ZAP will shake your tail!
And don't forget the nifty treat--
Give something cute or something sweet.
1. Enjoy your treat
2. Place BOO on your window, door or desk.
3. You have 24 hours to copy this two times (Make 2 treats and 2 "BOOS" secretly)
4. Deliver to two friends that do not have a "BOO" displayed
5. Watch how fast this spreads by Halloween!
I cut it out, glued it to black construction paper and then orange so it is framed. I laminated it too. I plan on getting a Halloween treat at the $ store tonight and putting it in one of my favorite teacher's boxes tomorrow!
Ok- I couldn't load it from PrintShop, but here it is typed out. I changed up the words from the previous post, so it fit a school setting better.
I copied a fun Frankenstein graphic and made a speech bubble with him saying, "We've been Boo'd" and copied the poem on the back of that.
To our fellow students, who we'd love to greet
Our school's the same, which is why we meet!
You've now been Boo'd, but who could we be??
We'll never tell, it's a secret, you see.
Hang this sign upon your door-
That way no one can give you more.
This sign lets others know you've been hit
That way we'll all know who to 'git'
Now it's up to you, our friends, to spread the joy-
That each of us feel, whether girl or boy
Make a copy of this note and sign- then gather a treat
Secretly run and hide this package to make it complete.
Pass this on to another class by next few morning's light,
And smile, later on, as you imagine their delight.