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HALLOWEEN SONGS
 

ONE NIGHT I WENT WALKING

I went walking down the street.
I scared a black cat and the black cat scared me!
I kept walking down the street.
But the black cat ran straight up a tree.

I kept walking down the street.
I scared a black bat and black bat scared me!
I kept walking down the street,
But the black bat flew up into a tree.

I kept walking down the street.
I scared a black spider and black spider scared me!
I kept walking down the street,
But the black spider ran off on eight little feet.

I kept walking down the street.
You never know who you’ll happen to meet.
I scare them, and they scare me
But I keep walking down the street.
                                    Jean Warren

This is a fun rhyme to let your children take turns acting out.
 
 
LATE LAST NIGHT


Last night or the night before,
Twenty-four gremlins came knocking at my door.
I gave them candy but they wanted more.
I didn’t know what to do, so I shut the door!
Jean Warren

 
 

PASS THE WITCH’S BROOMSTICK
This is a singing game. It requires a small broom.
Have children stand in a circle. Pass the broom from one child to the next.
This may or may not be an elimination game, as you choose.

Tune: “If You’re Happy and You Know It”

Pass the witch’s broomstick ‘round the circle here.
While you hear the music playing, do not fear.
But if the music stops, or if the broomstick drops,
You will ride the broomstick while the goblins cheer!

Author Unknown
 

 
THE MAN IN THE MOON

The man in the moon looked down one night
And he saw a scary sight.
Monsters in masks running around
Knocking on doors all over town.

Something was missing, something was wrong.
Where had all the children gone?

The man in the moon was worried, then he saw the feet
Of children sticking out of the monster’s sheets.

The children had been abducted, it was a scary scene.
Then all of a sudden, he remembered, tonight was Halloween!
Jean Warren

 
 
KNOCK, KNOCK IT'S HALLOWEEN
Tune: "This Old Man"

Small green bike, it brought one
Trick-or-treater, dressed for fun
With a knock, knock here
And a bag full of treats
The green bike went down the street.

Little red car, it brought two
Trick-or-treaters, dressed in blue.
With a knock, knock here
And two bags full of treats
The red car went down the street.

Big yellow van, it brought three
Trick-or-treaters, dressed like bees.
With a knock, knock here
And three bags full of treats
The yellow van went down the street.

Big blue truck, it brought four
Trick-or-treaters to my door.
With a knock, knock here
And four bags full of treats
The blue truck went down the street.
Jean Warren

 

GOBLIN TRICKS

Tune: "Teddy Bear's Picnic"
 
If you should go outside tonight
You're sure of a big surprise.
If you should go from door to door
You'll see goblins on every side.
 
Ghosts and Spidermen, Pirates, too
Firemen, Queens and Kangaroos.
Tonight's the night, the Goblins
Are out to trick you!
Jean Warren