7 Spooky Fun Halloween Music Activities for Kindergarten

7 Halloween Music Activities ranging from fun to spooky for tons of Halloween fun! Halloween is my favorite time of year.  I’ve picked a few Halloween Music Activities to try this year in my classroom.  I’ll get back to you and let you know how it goes after Halloween!

1. Play Walk on the Witch, A fun Halloween version of musical chairs.

2. Sing some Halloween Songs. Find them at SuperSimpleLearning.com

3. Do some Halloween of these Music Activities also on SuperSimpleLearning.com.

3. Watch this music video of Dem Bones on YouTube.

4. Or this very cute song about some little witches.

5. Try these Halloween Music Activities – Tons of fun Halloween-themed music activities

6. Or these: Spooky Halloween Music Activities for Kids in the Elementary Classroom

7. Dance and sing to The Five Little Pumpkins Chant: Click here to go to the Five Little Pumpkins Printable Poem and Music Video Page.  There’s Halloween clip art there and tons of pumpkin fun!

 

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Five Little Pumpkins – Printable Poem and Activities

Scroll down to find all sorts of Five Little Pumpkins stuff  including lyrics, a printable poem, clip art, and some YouTube videos!  The Five Little Pumpkins is a cute poem and chant for kids that has recently been made into a song as well (see the music video below).  It is a silly song that is perfect to sing around Halloween time and when kids are learning all about pumpkins in science!  There are a ton of activities that go with this cute lil poem! Below, I’ll give you a few fun lessons that you can teach to your class today!

Five Little Pumpkins

 

Five little pumpkins sitting on a gate.

The first one said,  “Oh, my, it’s getting late!”

The second one said,  “There are witches in the air!”

The third one said,  “But we dont care!”

The fourth one said,  “Let’s run and run and run!”

The fifth one said,  “It’s Halloween fun!”

Then woooooo, went the wind

And out went the light

And the five little pumpkins

Rolled out of sight!

Five Little Pumpkins Clip Art

Get this clip art!

 

Five Little Pumpkins High Resolution Printable Poem

Five Little Pumpkins Printable PoemI made this printable, complete with cute clip art and lyrics.

Click the image on the right or

Click Here to Download The High Resolution Version of The Five Little Pumpkins Printable Poem from TeachersPayTeachers.com.

Watch The Five Little Pumpkins Music Video on Youtube!

Pete the Cat + Five Little Pumpkins =

Groovy.

 In case you don’t have it already..

Pete The Cat - Five Little Pumpkins

 

Here is yet another YouTube music video of The Five Little Pumpkins.

With either video, watch and learn the song lyrics and sing along with your kids.  They will love singing along and doing the movements.

If you don’t know how the movements go, just make something up! However you decide to do it, this movement and rhythm activity is sure to be a big hit with the little ones!

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Make a Spooky Haunted House Drawing

Inside this haunted house, there are many scary things – A witch, some bats, a skeleton that lives in the attic, spiders and goblins peeking through a window, ghost and bats flying around, and alligators swimming in a secret underground dungeon! Super scary.. And a fun Halloween craft!

spooky house craft

You will need:

  • Markers and White Copy Paper
  • Ruler (optional)

 

To make it..

Divide a piece of paper into 6 or 8 sections by folding it or using a ruler and pencil. Color a different scary scene in each “room”.

Draw lots of monsters, ghosts, witches, bats and skeletons and anything else you might find in a scary haunted house!

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A Spooky Tree Craft

The Berenstain Bears and The Spooky Old Tree

Introduction

spooky tree craftThis Craft is based on the children’s book, “The Berenstain Bears and The Spooky Old Tree”, by Stan and Jan Berenstain. Kids love this book and it is one of my favorites too!  Read this book and create this spooky tree craft to go along with it.  You could also give kids the freedom to create their own picture to go with the story, let them create a scene of their favorite part of the book and use this craft as inspiration!

Directions:

Start by tracing your hand on a piece of brown construction paper while elongating the fingers. To do this, trace from the wrist up past the fingers and come to a point. You may have to help younger kids with this step and it helps if you demonstrate first.

 

Next, snip a thin strip of green construction paper to make the grass. Cut out and tuck a jack-o-lantern into the grass. Cut out a bat, some crows, and a big yellow moon. Glue the cutouts onto a gray or black piece of construction paper to complete your spooky scene!

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