Nursery Rhymes and Songs for children

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Halloween

  • 2-4 years

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  • Songs

Walk Like a Ghost Lyrics

walk, walk, like a ghost (x3) on Halloween
fly, fly, like a witch (x3) on Halloween
hop, hop, like a cat (x3) on Halloween
smile,smile, like a pumpkin (x3)on Halloween!

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Pumpkin pumpkin on the ground
How’d you get so big and round,
Planted as a seed so small
Now you are a great big ball,
Pumpkin pumpkin on the ground
How’d you get so big and round.

(sing to the tune of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star)

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In the grave yard,
In the grave yard,
When the moon begins to shine,
There’s a doctor, crazy doctor,
and his monster Frankenstein.

Oh, my monster,
oh, my monster,
oh, my monster Frankenstein,
you are very, very scary, don’t come
near me Frankenstein.

(sing to the tune of Oh my darling)

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On Halloween
What do we do?
We don’t say, Hi
We say, Boo!
Say, Boo!
To you
To you
We say, Boo!
On Halloween
What do we do?
We don’t say, Hi
We say, Boo!

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The ghost in the house goes, Boo, boo, boo,
Boo, boo, boo Boo, boo, boo.
The ghost in the house goes Boo, boo, boo
On Halloween.

then:
2) The steps in the house go creak, creak, creak.
3) The cats in the house go miaow, miaow, miaow.
4) The mice in the house go squeak, squeak, squeak.
5) The people in the house go eek, eek, eek.

Sung to, The Wheels on the Bus

  • Super Simple Learning

Simple Halloween Songs

On this page, watch and listen to three super simple and super fun Halloween songs. in the videos below. You can also hear samples of all the songs from the Super Simple Songs – Halloween enhanced CD to give you an idea of how you can use Halloween themed songs to teach basic concepts like counting, sharing, emotions, parts of the body and more.

  • Halloween flashcards

These flashcards are great for teaching Halloween vocabulary. They can be taught at two levels, basic and intermediate. In the basic game, students ask simple questions like, “Do you have a witch?”, “Do you have a ghost?”, and “Doyou have a skeleton?”. In the intermediate game, students ask questions like, “Do you have a witch flying on a broomstick?”, “Do you have a ghost at a haunted house?”, and “Do you have a skeleton dancing in a cemetery?”.

  • More flashcards
  1. Halloween: Frankenstein, ghost, bat, black cat, haunted house, jack-o-lantern, monster, mummy
  2. Halloween: owl. skeleton, spider, trick or treat, vampire, werewolf, witch
  3. Halloween: bats, ghost, spiders, jack o’lantern, witch, dracula, black cat, skull
  • Halloween Alphabet

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Songs

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Clap your hands together (www.muffinsongs.com)

Clap your hands (www.angles365.com)

Hello!

How are you?

I’m so happy

Washing in the morning

Mommy Finger

My balloon

Alphabet song

Happy birthday

What are you wearing?

Colours

Five little monkeys

Hokey Pockey

How is the weather?

If you’re happy

Rain, rain go away

What’s this?

The finger family

Walking, walking

We wish you a merry Christmas

Hi

Listen to me

Go stop (www.dreamenglish.com)

Up down

Please sit down and storytime music (www.supersimplelearning.com)

 

Otras páginas donde encontréis más canciones son:

www.pattyshuklakidsmusic.com

www.wearebusybeavers.com