(Tune: “I’m a Little Teapot”)
Halloween is coming when we’ll be
Dressed in funny clothes and then we’ll see
Pumpkins in the window shining bright. (Put hands over head like a pumpkin.)
Oh, we’ll have a good time (Clap hands.)
On Halloween night!
We’ll put on our costumes, walk down the street, (Walk in place.)
Hold out our bags and say, “Trick or Treat!” (Pretend to hold out a bag.)
Then we’ll say “thanks” and run away. (Run in place.)
We can hardly way for Halloween Day. (Clap hands.)
Goodie Bags – Decorate paper grocery sacks for “trick or treating.”
Paper Plate Mask – Cut eyes out of paper plates, then let children decorate them with paper scraps, markers, yarn, etc. Tape a jumbo craft stick to the back so children can hold up to their face.
?Treats? – This is a good time to tie in a little nutrition. What are some good foods that are treats? Raisins, grapes, cheese, berries, pretzels, etc. What are some foods that are not good for your body? What will happen if you eat too much sugar or junk food? Make a T chart with healthy treats and junky treats.