Halloween Theme: Boo to You!

Halloween fun for everyone!

Picture Books: Boo Who? by Joan Holub, Peek-a Booo! by Marie Torres Cimarusti, Ghosts in the House! by Kazuno Kohara, Ghost Eats it All by Janee Trasler, The Little Old lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams, Dark Night by Dorothee de Monfreid, Haunted House by Jo Rigg, Whooo’s That? by Kay Winters, Batty for Black by Christianne Jones, Moonlight the Halloween Cat by Cynthia Rylant, Boo to You! by Lois Ehlert, Mrs. McMurphy’s Pumpkin by Rick Walton, Pumpkin Heads! by Wendell Minor, It’s Pumpkin Time by Zoe Hall, Pumpkin Pumpkin by Jeanne Titherington. There’s a Monster in My House by Jenny Tyler and Philip Hawthorn, Five Little Pumpkins by Iris Van Rynbach, Dappled Apples by Jan Carr, Plumply, Dumply Pumpkin by Mary Serfozo


Stirring My Brew

Stirring and stirring and stirring my brew,   (pretend to stir pot)

Ooooooooh, Ooooooooh,   (hands around mouth)

Stirring and stirring and stirring my brew,   (pretend to stir pot)

Ooooooooh, Ooooooooh,   (hands around mouth)

Tiptoe, tiptoe, tiptoe,   (tiptoe, of course!)

BOOOOO! (move hands quickly upward!)

This is Jack-o-Happy

This is Jack-o-Happy,   (make a happy face)

This is Jack-o-Sad,   (make a sad face)

This is Jack-o-Sleepy,   (make a yawning face)

This is Jack-o-Mad,   (make an angry face)

This is Jack-o-Broken,   (clap hands)

Into pieces small,

Baked into a pumpkin pie,   (make a circle with hands)

That’s the best of all!   (rub tummy…mmmm!)


“Monster Boogie” by Laurie Berkner (Buzz Buzz CD)

“Spider on the Floor” by Raffi (Singable Songs Collection CD)

“Dry Bones” from Silly Favorites CD


Spider Fingerprints: Draw five black lines from the top to the middle on white paper. Press your finger on a black stamp pad then place it on the bottom of the black line. It should look like a spider body on the end of its web. Take a black marker and draw eight little legs and two eyes on the fingerprint body. Repeat.

Spooky Spider: Cut a 3” circle and four ½” by 9” strips from black paper. Accordion fold the strips and glue them across the back of the circle to form eight legs. Use two white reinforcements for on the front for eyes. Punch a hole near the top of the body and attach a piece of black yarn. Tie a loop for your finger on the other end and dangle your spider to give your friends a spooky scare!

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