Halloween Songs

I’m a witch, I’m a witch,

With a pointed hat on my head. 
I jump on my broom, 
And sweep the sky, 
When the children are in bed. 

Sung to the tune of Jingle Bells.

Dashing through the street, 

Meeting goblins as we go, 

Wearing contour sheets, 

Wishing it would snow. 

Bells on doorbells ring, 

Making spirits bright, 

What fun it is to come and sing, 

And get some food tonight! 

Oh, trick-or-treat, trick-or-treat,

Trick-or-treat, we say,

Try to get some treats before the ghost takes us away!

Oh, trick-or-treat, trick-or-treat,

Trick-or-treat, we say,

If you don’t have treats for us, we’ll never go away. 

A Walk In The Dark (to the tune of Pop Goes The Weasel).

Sometimes I take a walk in the dark (tip toe in back of children while their heads are down), 
I like to scream and shout.
I stand behind somebody I know (tap someone on the head), 
BOO! It’s Halloween!

Wide-eyed Owl.

There was a wide-eyed owl (make circles around eyes), 
With a long pointed nose (make pointed nose),
Claws on his toes (bend fingers to make claws), 
And he lives high up in a tree (point up high), 
And when he looks at you (circles around eyes),  
He flaps his wings (flap hands) and says, whooooo, whoooo, whoooo!

Share an idea you have used in your classroom or at home that pertains to this theme.