We all know the story of the Stingy Jack story that starts the whole Halloween thing. Yet, there are still many classic stories about Halloween for kids. They are not only spooky but also have lots of value in them. The first one of the classic Halloween stories is Dem Bones by Bob Barner. This short story book tells about human anatomy and is available with songs to sing together with your kids so you might keep repeating the rhyming song a couple of times together with your kids. Another popular classic is Room on The Broom. This book tells about the adventure of the witch and three other animals on three things they lost. The thrilling witch and magical journey suit the best for kids on Halloween to tell.
Kids do love Halloween and its trick and treating. You can start telling them stories about Halloween so they will know where Halloween begins. You can use a storybook or storytelling from an animated video. There is also an interactive printable page that you can use to tell them as they do coloring or completing pumpkin puzzles on paper.
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Bedtime stories are the ritual that most parents will do. This activity is not only about helping your kids to sleep, deeply and peacefully. It is not only great for kids but also for parents. It is the time that can help parents and children foster their bond. It also helps children to develop their literacy skills. As you may have experienced, kids at times retell the stories which are likely to work so that they hear the story as well to memorize it. Lastly, you are getting them into the love of books.
The story is about a pair of empty green trousers that wander around the woods. However, the pants keep following him so he becomes frightened while it is actually a thing that doesn’t really spook. This book gives value to children simply to get them to be able to face their fears. It also refers to tolerance within others. Not only this book but Dr. Seuss has also been known for its iconic stories and art within its storybook that goes well for children and adults to enjoy.
Introduce your kids to Halloween can be done by reading them some books. Let them know any creepy yet fun stories by reading these books.
Other kids' books to read on Halloween are Stumpkin by Lucy Ruth Cummins, The Scariest Book Ever by Bob Shea, Too Many Pumpkins by Linda White, and many more.
Gathering around the campfire while also throwing horror stories for Halloween night will be kinda a moment to remember. Many kinds of horror stories you can tell your friends, including the classic ones.
Comics consist of pictures along with drawing that represents the situation of the text. Using it as one of the learning media for your students is such a great idea. You can use a Halloween theme for the fall season semester.
Using the comic pages, you can make the students to coloring the pages and also make conversation out of it. To arrange this project, you need to prepare the blank comic pages.
Let your students bring their coloring tools. Explain the rules to do the task. So, the students have to fill the blank bubble box into their version of the conversation.
Remind them that the convo needs to relate to the pictures. Because it’s a Halloween template, they need to provide the convo among spooky creatures provided. After done filling the conversation, they can continue coloring the comic pages as they wish.