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35 Spooky and Educational Halloween Videos for Kids

Count skeletons and do spooky yoga!

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Halloween one of our favorite holidays to celebrate in the classroom! We get to dress up, be silly, and eat candy! Yes, things are still a little different this year, but it’s a great opportunity to bring joy to your lessons right now. Display one of these educational Halloween videos for kids to brighten your students’ day!

1. Halloween Counting Show for Kids

This animated music video introduces young children to numbers and basic counting.

2. Halloween Around the World

Join Jeremiah in this educational video for students and as he takes on a trip to celebrate “Halloween Around the World.”

3. Halloween Kids Vocabulary

Kids can learn basic Halloween vocabulary with this adorable video.

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4. Halloween Stories For Children

Learn more about the origins of Halloween with Dr. Binocs!

5. The Not So Great Pumpkin—A Halloween Math Read-Along

Enjoy this spooky Halloween story featuring double-digit multiplication.

6. Five Jack O Lanterns

Elly and Eva are going to visit a haunted mansion! Watch the coolest, funniest, spookiest Five Jack O Lanterns and celebrate the spirit of Halloween with them!

7. Dino-Halloween Read Aloud

Follow along on this fun book read aloud! Dino-Halloween by Lisa Wheeler

8. Halloween Funny Puzzle Game for Kids

Kids can help the monsters find their way home with this fun Halloween video!

9. Funny Scary Skeleton Yoga for Kids

This is 20 minutes of giggly, funny, bone-shaking yoga!

10. The History of Halloween for Kids!

The history and story of Halloween explained for kids in a fun and creative way!

11. Patterns for Kids with Halloween Costumes

Kids will learn more about patterns using these fun Halloween costumes!

12. Learn About Halloween

Annie and Moby take us through the history of Halloween!

14. Kids Vocabulary—Happy Halloween

Mummies, skeletons, witches, and spiders—oh my!

14. Halloween Nursery Rhymes

This collection of songs is great for learning the alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors, and more.

15. Gecko’s Halloween Stretching Trucks Bake A Pumpkin Cake

To get into Halloween spirit, Gecko gives his trucks a spooky makeover and then bakes a pumpkin cake!

16. Halloween Math Mystery—Case of the Tricking Treat

Kids can help solve a Halloween math mystery with this video which can be combined with this activity book .  

17. Halloween Counting Song for Kids

Counting and problem-solving take center stage in this cute Halloween video for kids.

18. Blippi Halloween Song

Sing along to the spooky Halloween song while also learning all about colors, costumes, and pumpkin drawing!

19. Halloween Spelling

Kids can learn to spell all of their favorite spooky Halloween words!

20. Learn Colors with Scary Surprise Eggs

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Younger kids can learn the colors as they sing and dance with Halloween eggs!

21. Halloween What Am I Quiz

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Find 10 Halloween quiz questions, each with three clues. Students have five seconds to guess the Halloween words for each question.

22. Spooky Spectacular: Super Yoga!

This quick five-minute video is a great way to incorporate some spooky Halloween yoga into the day!

23. Dia de los Muertos Educational Video for Students

Join Roshell as she talks about Dia de Los Muertos, a Mexican holiday that is celebrated by many around the world.

24. Halloween Facts About Pumpkins!

How much do you know about pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns? This video shares some fun facts!

25. Blippi Trick-or-Treat

This Blippi Halloween songs is a nursery rhyme with fun dancing and spooky (but child-friendly) costumes.

26. Halloween Counting for Kids

This spooky video will have kids counting all the way up to 20 scary things!

27. Halloween ABCs

This extremely colorful video and catchy song will have everyone singing their ABCs!

28. Learn the Emotions Halloween Song

Kids can learn to identify emotions with this fun song set to the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It!”

29. Count to 10 With Spooky Ghosts

Counting to 10 has never been more spooky or fun!

30. Halloween Songs for Kids

This collection of popular Halloween songs for children includes Halloween dances; spooky, funny, and (not so) scary monsters; witches; and ghosts.

31. Halloween Spelling Songs for Kids

Can you spell Halloween? Kids will have a great time singing this super fun Halloween song and learning to spell.

32. History of Halloween For Kids—Animation

What are the origins and traditions of Halloween and Trick or Treat? Explore this question and more with this informative video!

33. 7 Fun Facts About Halloween

An energetic sock puppet shares some Halloween facts about ghosts, colors, witches, and more!

34. A Halloween Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!

This yoga video tells the story of Ruby Broom, a witch who’s teased at school until Halloween night when the kids realize how unique and wonderful she really is.

35. Alphabet Halloween—ABC Halloween Song

How many Halloween words do you know? Kids can learn the alphabet and phonics with this Halloween dance party!

What are your favorite educational Halloween videos for kids? Share in the comments below.

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Check out some spoopy video playlists and Halloween specials this month.

Just in time for Halloween, the YouTube Kids app has been updated with a bunch of spooky (but family-friendly) new content for kids to enjoy.

From now until November 1, kids can check out a variety of new playlists, full of curated Halloween content that’s safe for them to watch.

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Here’s a quick preview of each playlist:

Giggle and Hoot : Halloween Favorites on YouTube Kids : This playlist was put together by ABC Kids’ Giggle and Hoot . It contains Halloween-themed videos that are appropriate for younger viewers, and which star characters from Giggle and Hoot , Sesame Street , Peppa Pig , and more.

Get Ready for Halloween With Nickelodeon : This one’s appropriate for kids who are a bit older. The playlist has videos that show kids how to make their own Halloween costumes, create spooky Halloween slime, and more. Of course, Nickelodeon stars make an appearance in this playlist, including Jace Norman from the Nick TV series Henry Danger .

Art for Kids Hub’s October Month of Making : This playlist is for kids (and adults) who like being creative. Its videos show off Halloween-themed crafts and other goodies you and your kids can create this spooky season.

Oddbods Halloween Special : This playlist has seven episodes that show what the popular Oddbods are getting up to this Halloween season.

Zombie Hotel Halloween Special : The final playlist follows twins Fungus and Maggot, who have all sorts of adventures in a creepy Zombie Hotel.

YouTube Kids recently introduced new parental controls that give parents more say over what their kids can watch in the app. If you’ve turned on the “Approved Content only” mode in the YouTube Kids app, you’ll need to manually approve any of these playlists that you want your kiddos to be able to view.

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5 fun YouTube Kids Halloween video playlists and channels to get your kids in the spirit!

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5 fun YouTube Kids Halloween video playlists and channels to get your kids in the spirit!

Here are some fun Halloween-themed playlists that your kids may enjoy on YouTube. Yes, YouTube.

Now that YouTube Kids has upped their parental controls game , I’ve been feeling more comfortable with them using the app, and hey, sometimes it’s nice to just let them chill and enjoy some videos. We’re all working hard these days.

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5 Fun Halloween Video Playlists on YouTube Kids

Nickelodeon Halloween pranks for kids video on YouTube Kids is so fun!

1. Nickelodeon Halloween Playlist

A perfect series of videos for younger kids right through your tweens, it allows them to create their spookiest Halloween costume with the Merrell Twins; make Halloween slime with JoJo Siwa;  play pranks on friends (above); or watch a trick-or-treat taste test. Which is way better than the pizza challenge IMHO.

Fun Halloween video playlists for kids: Giggle and Hoot Halloween on YouTube Kids

2. Giggle and Hoot Halloween Playlist

For your younger kids, Jimmy Giggle and Hoot have put together a playlist of their Halloween favorites. From Sesame Street to Peppa Pig, you’ll find lots of your kids’ beloved characters in these Halloween videos, all booed up for Halloween.

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Art for Kids on YouTube has some fun Halloween crafts to keep the kids engaged

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Who says Halloween videos for kids has to be passive viewing! Your crafty kids will dig the Art for Kids Hub playlist, which includes art projects especially for Halloween, like painting, origami, drawing, and paper cutouts. Engaging, fun, and extremely doable projects here.

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4. Oddbods Halloween Special

This exclusive series was created specifically for YouTube Kids, and features the characters young viewers know and love from the hit animated series, Oddbods.  Only, now, it’s a series of Halloween-themed videos for lots of spooky fun.

(But actually, not really that spooky. Perfect for your little ones, promise.)

Zombie Hotel videos for kids on YouTube: Perfect for Halloween fun!

5. Zombie Hotel Halloween Special

Created especially for YouTube Kids, Zombie Hotel (also at top) has a bit of a Hotel Transylvania meets The Willoughbys vibe and it’s just terrific. It stars wide-eyed twins Fungus and Maggot, joined by their Mom and Dad Zombies, Rictus and Funerella, along with a team of wacky hotel employees who never run short of oddities. This is actually one you’ll enjoy too, parents!

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Halloween is a time for fun, candy, and of course, spooky things. But did you know that Halloween can also be educational? There are plenty of Halloween-themed videos that can teach kids about various subjects while keeping them entertained. Here are 15 spooky and educational Halloween videos for kids:

1. “The History of Halloween” – This video explains the origins and history of Halloween, offering a fascinating insight into the holiday’s traditions.

2. “Counting Spooky Objects” – Kids can practice their counting skills with this video, which features a variety of spooky objects to count.

3. “Halloween Science Experiments” – This video showcases fun and educational science experiments that are perfect for Halloween-themed learning.

4. “Pumpkin Carving for Kids” – Kids can learn how to carve pumpkins in a safe and creative way with this step-by-step tutorial.

5. “Halloween Math Fun” – This video introduces basic math concepts through Halloween-themed examples, making it a fun way to practice math skills.

6. “Spooky Story Time” – Kids can listen to spooky stories that not only entertain but also promote literacy and imagination.

7. “Halloween Crafts for Kids” – This video demonstrates easy Halloween crafts that kids can make, encouraging creativity and fine motor skills.

8. “Monster Anatomy” – Kids can learn about the anatomy of monsters, exploring the different body parts and their functions.

9. “Halloween Vocabulary” – This video introduces Halloween-related words, expanding kids’ vocabulary in a festive way.

10. “Halloween Safety Tips” – Kids can learn how to stay safe while trick-or-treating with this informative video.

11. “Spooky Music Lesson” – This video teaches kids about different musical instruments through spooky Halloween tunes.

12. “Halloween Storytelling” – Kids can improve their storytelling skills by learning how to create and tell their own Halloween stories.

13. “Ghostly Geography” – This video explores spooky locations around the world, introducing kids to geography in an exciting way.

14. “Halloween-themed Science Facts” – Kids can learn interesting science facts related to Halloween, from the physics of candy to the biology of bats.

15. “Halloween Dance Party” – This energetic video gets kids moving and grooving to Halloween-themed dance routines, promoting physical activity.

These 15 spooky and educational Halloween videos are a fantastic way to make learning fun during the Halloween season. Whether it’s history, science, math, or creativity, there’s something for every young learner to enjoy. Happy Halloween!

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35 Spooky and Educational Halloween Videos for Kids

Halloween one of our favorite holidays to celebrate in the classroom! We get to dress up, be silly, and eat candy! Yes, things are still a little different this year, but it’s a great opportunity to bring joy to your lessons right now. Display one of these educational Halloween videos for kids to brighten your students’ day!

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15 Toddler-Friendly Halloween Movies & Shows To Get Them Ready for the Holiday

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With Halloween right around the corner — yes, the decorations have already arrived at Target — many of us are already feeling all the spooky vibes. Around this time of year, it's so much fun to decorate the house and share favorite Halloween movies and specials with our kids ... but what about the littlest members of our family?

My daughter, who is now a toddler, has been into all things creepy since she was tiny, whether it's ghosts, zombies, or witches. This also means that I've been watching Halloween movies and shows on repeat all year long — enough to feel like an expert in the subject of what will and won't scare the youngest spooky fans.

Looking for shows and movies to watch to kick off your Halloween season? Here are plenty of toddler-friendly watches to check out — and what you need to know to determine if it's going to be too spooky or just spooky enough for your little ones.

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'It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown'

This one is a classic and probably a special you can remember watching every year as a kid, too (and secretly wondering if the Great Pumpkin actually is real). There's nothing in this special that should scare even the youngest viewers, but it might end up getting them extra pumped to go trick-or-treating.

'Super Simple Songs': Halloween Edition

Baby and toddler parents are probably already well aware of the existence of Super Simple Songs, and yes, there are Halloween videos on YouTube that include spooky-themed songs to help the youngest viewers learn about and get pumped for the holiday.

'Toy Story of Terror'

'Toy Story of Terror'

Toy Story fans are going to love this special, which is streaming on Disney+. In Toy Story of Terror, Mr. Potato Head goes missing while the toys are on a road trip with Bonnie and her family, leading to some creepy moments as they try to figure out how to get their friend back — and why he disappeared. This one might be a little much for a child who scares easily, but otherwise it is more funny than scary.

Nightmare Before Christmas

'The Nightmare Before Christmas'

This Halloween (and Christmas) classic is also streaming on Disney+. Though the Tim Burton movie does have majorly creepy vibes as it tells the story of Jack Skellington kidnapping Santa Claus in order to bring Christmas to Halloween Town, it's a fun movie for elementary-aged kids, as well as brave toddlers.

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Speaking of movies on the creepier side ... Coraline might be worth a try for those kiddos who love Nightmare Before Christmas but might be ready for something a bit scarier. The film is about a girl who moves into a new house with her family but quickly discovers a hidden tunnel that leads her to a world ruled by the Other Mother, a version of her own mom who seems perfect at first but actually has far more sinister motivations.

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'Vampirina'

In my opinion, Vampirina is the perfect "gateway" spooky show for toddlers who might be ready for scarier stuff. It's a Disney Junior show (which is also streaming on Disney+), so it's totally toddler-appropriate, but it features characters who are vampires, ghosts, and other spooky creatures after Vampirina moves to a new town where nobody knows she's actually a vampire.

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'Spidey & His Amazing Friends': 'Trick or TRACE-E'

Another Disney Junior show that's beloved by the toddler set is Spidey & His Amazing Friends, and the Halloween episode should do the trick for any little ones looking for a dose of spooky. This is episode eight from the show's first season, and it shares how Spidey saves his town's Halloween parade when Gobby tries to sabotage it.

'The Scariest Story Ever'

'The Scariest Story Ever'

Found on Disney+, this cartoon features Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and their friends as he attempts to prove that he can tell Donald's nephews the scariest story ever after they return home from trick-or-treating on Halloween night. This special is more silly than anything else, and kids of all ages should enjoy it.

'Muppets Haunted Mansion'

'Muppets Haunted Mansion'

In this special (also streaming on Disney+), Gonzo and Pepe try to spend the night in the Haunted Mansion — the one from the Disney parks attraction and the movies of the same name. Adults will enjoy this special, too, thanks to an all-star cast that includes Yvette Nicole Brown, Will Arnett, John Stamos, Taraji P. Henson, and more.

Coco

The Disney/Pixar movie Coco isn't about Halloween but the Mexican holiday el Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. It follows a boy named Miguel who accidentally ends up in the Land of the Dead and is determined to track down Ernesto de la Cruz, the famous singer who he believes is his great-great-grandfather. Not only is Coco not scary, but the music is great and it might even make you cry!

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'Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest'

The youngest Halloween fans among us will love this Curious George special. It's a fun hourlong show perfect for preschoolers and even younger children because George is getting ready for a Boo Festival and gets a little spooked after he hears the legend of a scarecrow with no head called No Noggin.

'Hotel Transylvania'

'Hotel Transylvania'

Hotel Transylvania is a mildly spooky Halloween movie about classic monsters who come to a hotel to relax without worrying about humans trying to hunt them down. And good news: If your child ends up loving this one as much as mine does, there are several sequel movies and a TV series for them to enjoy.

Corpse Bride

'Corpse Bride'

If you've already discovered your child is a Tim Burton fan, you absolutely need to watch Corpse Bride. The movie does deal with the concept of death (and, you know, the word "corpse" is in the title), but it's a fun film with lots of music and funny moments that is appropriate for older preschoolers and elementary-aged kids.

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'Frankenweenie'

Add another Tim Burton movie to the list! Frankenweenie , which is streaming on Disney+, is about the absolute chaos that ensues when a little boy brings his beloved dog back to life, which only encourages his classmates to do the same. This one is a bit creepy, but older toddlers should be just fine with it!

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What's Halloween without Hocus Pocus? Fortunately, this is a movie that's appropriate for all ages, though be warned that some toddlers may end up getting bored with it before it really gets good. Don't worry; in time, they, too will learn to love the Sanderson sisters.

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Introduction:

Halloween is an exciting time for kids, filled with costumes, candies, and plenty of spookiness. If you’re looking to entertain and educate your little ones during this holiday season, we’ve got just the thing for you – a list of 15 spooky and educational Halloween videos that are perfect for kids. These videos combine fun and learning, making it a fantastic way to celebrate Halloween. So grab some popcorn, gather around, and get ready for a frightfully good time!

1. “Learn About Bats” by SciShow Kids:

In this video, kids will understand the importance of bats and their role in maintaining the ecosystem. They will learn interesting facts about these nocturnal creatures and debunk common myths associated with bats.

2. “The Skeleton Dance” by Super Simple Songs:

Join a lively group of skeletons as they dance their way through a Halloween night. This catchy Halloween song will have your little ones dancing along and learning the names of various bones in the human body.

3. “Halloween ABCs” by StoryBots:

Do your kids want to learn the alphabet in a spooky way? This video combines Halloween-themed animations with catchy music to teach the ABCs, making language learning a fun and engaging experience.

4. “The Haunted House: Super Simple Puppets” by Super Simple Play:

Let your child’s imagination run wild as they watch a puppet show featuring cute and not-so-scary monsters. This video promotes storytelling, creativity, and introduces basic problem-solving skills.

5. “The Magic School Bus in the Haunted Museum” by Scholastic:

Hop on the Magic School Bus with Ms. Frizzle and her class as they embark on a spooky adventure in a haunted museum. This educational video explores the science behind Halloween phenomena in a fun and interactive way.

6. “Counting Pumpkins” by Jack Hartmann Kids Music Channel:

Teach your little ones to count from one to ten with a Halloween twist. This lively and educational song will have them counting pumpkins and reinforcing their number recognition skills.

7. “Witch’s Brew Song” by Pancake Manor:

Get into the Halloween spirit with a catchy song about making a bubbling witch’s brew. This video introduces vocabulary related to Halloween and encourages creativity through pretend play.

8. “The Halloween Train” by ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy:

Embark on a train ride filled with Halloween-themed surprises in this interactive video. Kids will practice color recognition, go on a ghost hunt, and learn about shapes, making it an excellent choice for early learners.

9. “Five Little Monsters Jumping on the Bed” by The Kiboomers:

A Halloween twist on the classic nursery rhyme “Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed.” This video teaches counting, promotes gross motor skills, and adds a spooky flair to a beloved rhyme.

10. “Monster Math” by Scratch Garden:

Combine math and monsters with this educational video that teaches addition and subtraction skills. Kids will practice counting, number recognition, and problem-solving while engaging with adorable monster characters.

11. “Room on the Broom” by Magic Light Pictures:

Based on the popular children’s book by Julia Donaldson, “Room on the Broom” offers a captivating storytelling experience. This animated video follows a friendly witch and her adventures, reinforcing the importance of friendship and teamwork.

12. “Halloween Science Experiments for Kids” by HooplaKidzLab:

Delve into the world of science with these Halloween-themed experiments. From making slimy “monster blood” to learning about chemical reactions, this video encourages hands-on learning and sparks curiosity.

13. “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Cool School:

Introduce your kids to Washington Irving’s classic tale “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” through this animated adaptation. It combines storytelling, literacy skills, and a touch of spookiness.

14. “Halloween Grammar 101” by Flocabulary:

Learning grammar can be fun with this Halloween-themed rap. Kids will groove to the catchy beat while learning about nouns, verbs, adjectives, and more, making grammar concepts more accessible and memorable.

15. “Halloween Safety Tips” by Sesame Street:

Wrap up your Halloween video marathon with this essential video on Halloween safety. The beloved characters from Sesame Street teach kids about trick-or-treating safety, making it a valuable resource for parents too.

Conclusion:

With these 15 spooky and educational Halloween videos, your kids will have a fantastic time while learning essential skills and concepts. Whether it’s exploring the world of bats, getting creative with pumpkins, or enjoying captivating animated stories, these videos offer a perfect balance of fun and education. So, make this Halloween season unforgettable with these fantastic videos that combine scares and smarts!

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Halloween freaking rules . It’s a chance to bring your fantasies to life and dress your baby like a hotdog. It truly is a magical time! And just when you thought Halloween couldn’t get any more festive, there are a bunch of spooky Halloween songs for kids you can add to your October traditions. Although these songs aren’t as classic as Christmas carols , they’re just as catchy, and a few of them are even educational . We’ve got Pinkfong and a few songs from classics like Hocus Pocus and The Nightmare Before Christmas. You may know a few of them, but some may be a fun learning experience for you and your little monster.

Whether your kiddo is still small enough to be forced into an array of adorable baby animal costumes or is old enough to go trick-or-treating, Halloween is a spooky, magical, and wacky time of year. Get into the spirit by sharing these Halloween songs perfect for your next October 31 party or just to get you in the mood for the season of ghosts and pumpkins . Play them while everyone gets all spooked up or after the candy has been harvested. They also make the perfect soundtrack to a Halloween party !

Looking for more spookiness to add to your next Halloween party? Check out our tween Halloween costume ideas , indoor Halloween games , Halloween movie suggestions , and more.

Best Halloween Songs for Preschoolers

1. “halloween abc” by pinkfong.

2. “Baby Shark Halloween” by Super Simple Songs

3. “Five Little Monsters Jumping on the Bed” by Super Simple Songs

4. “Knock, Knock, Trick Or Treat” by Super Simple Learning

5. “Zombie Finger Family” by All Babies Channel

6. “Down by the Spooky Bay” from Super Simple Songs

7. “Skeletone” by Caspar Babypants

8. “Monsters Stomp Around the House” by The Kiboomers

9. “Monster Moves” by Koo Koo Kangaroo

10. “Alphabet Halloween” by Bounce Patrol

Best Classic Halloween Songs for Kids

1. “monster mash” by bobby pickett.

2. “Purple People Eater” by Sheb Wooley

3. “It’s Halloween” by Lucy Kalantari

4. “Witch Doctor” by David Seville and The Chipmunks

5. “Halloween Night” by Like Father, Like Son

6. “She Writes Frankenstein” by Mr. Singer and the Sharp Cookies

7. “Halloween Is Finally Here” by Bears and Lions

8. “Skin and Bones” by Raffi

9. “Dry Bones” by Delta Rhythm Boys

10. “Rattlin’ Bones” by Preservation Hall Jazz Band

Best Halloween Songs From Movies & TV

1. “i put a spell on you” by bette midler from hocus pocus.

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2. “It’s Halloween” from Sesame Street

3. The Addams Family theme song

4. Casper The Friendly Ghost theme song

5. “This is Halloween” from The Nightmare Before Christmas

6. “Hello, Halloween” from Sesame Street

7. “I’m in Love with a Monster” by Fifth Harmony

8. “Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker Jr. (from Ghostbusters)

9. “The Time Warp” From The Rocky Horror Picture Show

10. “Grim, Grinning Ghosts” From Disney’s Haunted Mansion

11. Ruby Gloom Theme Song

12. “Problem (The Monster Remix)” by Becky G ft. will.i.am

13. “Double Trouble” by John Williams (From Harry Potter )

14. “Calling All the Monsters” By China Anne McClain

15. “Men in Black” by Will Smith

16. “Nightcall” by Kavinsky

17. “Once Upon a Dream” by Lana Del Ray (From Maleficent )

18. “Come Little Children” From Hocus Pocus

19. “My Family” by Migos, Karol G, Snoop Dogg & Rock Mafia

20. “Little Ghost” by The White Stripes (From Paranorman )

Best Halloween Party Songs

1. “ a nightmare on my street” by j jazzy jeff & the fresh prince.

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2. “Thriller” by Michael Jackson

3. “Superstition” by Stevie Wonder

3. “Somebody’s Watching Me” by Rockwell and Michael Jackson

4. “Sweet but Psycho” by Ava Max

5. “Disturbia” by Rihanna

6. “Bad Romance” by Lady Gaga

7. “Black Magic” by Little Mix

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8. “Costume Party” by The Pop Ups

9. “Moonlit Town” by Dan Zanes

10. “Dead Man’s Party” by Oingo Boingo

11. “Zombie” by The Cranberries

12. “Dracula” by Gorillaz

13. “Psycho Killer” by Talking Heads

14. “Maneater” by Daryl Hall & John Oates

15. “Spiderwebs” by No Doubt

16. “Monster” by Skillet

17. “Little Red Riding Hood” by Sam the Sham & The Pharoahs

18. “Dragula” by Rob Zombie

19. “Witchy Woman” by The Eagles

20. “Hells Bells” by AC/DC

21. “Under Your Skin” by Aesthetic Perfection

22. “Haunted” by Beyonce

23. “Creep” by Daniela Andrade

24. “Dollhouse” by Melanie Martinez

25. “Heads Will Roll” by Yeah Yeah Yeahs

26. “Ghost” by Ella Henderson

27. “Black Magic Woman” by Fleetwood Mac

28. “Bury a Friend” by Billie Eilish

29. “Monster” by Kanye West ft. Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj, and Bon Iver

30. “Spooky” by Dusty Springfield

Instrumental Halloween Songs

  • “Hedwig’s Theme” From Harry Potter
  • Halloween Theme Song by John Carpenter
  • Stranger Things Theme Song
  • The Twilight Zone by Jerry Goldsmith
  • “The Thumbprint Killer” by Ramin Djawadi
  • “ Psycho : A Suite for Strings”
  • Wolf Creek : “Main Title”
  • “Unnatural Situation” by Kevin MacLeod
  • “Bloody Mysterious” by Isak J. Martinsson
  • “Living in the Dark” by Myuu
  • “ Pan’s Labyrinth Lullaby” by Javier Navarrete
  • “The Devil Rides Out” by Ray Russell
  • “Theme From The Fog “ by John Carpenter
  • “Experiment in Terror” by Henry Mancini
  • “Caskets” by Charlie Clouser
  • “Little Boy Bites” by Kevin Riepl
  • “Kiss of Death (Requiem in D Minor)” by John Murphy
  • “I’ll Rip Your Soul Out” by Roque Banos
  • “Fingernails” by The Newton Brothers
  • “Linger” by Disasterpeace

This article was originally published on Aug. 22, 2019

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63 Halloween movies for kids that deliver spooky fun minus the nightmares

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With Halloween around the corner, there are still so many festivities to plan, like what jack-o'-lantern to carve this year to thrill trick-or-treaters or which group costume to wear to get the whole family involved in the fun.

Of course, you also need to set the mood with a haunted playlist of songs to listen to during your ride to the pumpkin patch.

No Halloween is complete, however, without at least one spooky movie on the roster, if not more. But when choosing Halloween movies for kids, there are few things to consider.

“Be careful with like monsters , zombies, aliens and material, like stories about that involve danger to characters near their age or separation, that can really stick with them and be scary,” says Betsy Bozdech, editorial director at Common Sense Media .

Bozdech tells TODAY.com that while slasher films and serial killer movies might be popular among adults, they're often way too intense for kids and, sometimes, even teens.

When selecting a Halloween movie for kids, age and level of scariness should be a top consideration says Bozdech. “You want to look for something short and gentle and topically appropriate for the littlest ones."

And while you can up the scare factor as they get older, you still want age-appropriateness to be top of mind.

To help you choose, we pulled together a list of family-friendly Halloween movies (in no particular order) that you can find on Netflix, Hulu and other streaming services . These films are sure to deliver all Halloween fun minus the nightmares.

'The Nightmare Before Christmas' (1993) | PG

Nothing compares to this Tim Burton masterpiece about Jack Skellington, Pumpkin King of Halloween Town, whose life is forever changed after discovering Christmas. This kids’ Halloween movie is an absolute must , along with its enduring Halloween song, “This is Halloween,” an essential add to your Halloween playlist.

‘Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest’ (2013) | NR

For the youngest kids, “Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest” is the perfect introduction to the year’s spookiest holiday. George and his friend, Allie, visit a pumpkin patch and hear the legend of a scarecrow who kicks people’s hats off on Halloween. Is it real? They’re determined to find out and solve the mystery of a scarecrow that kicks, uh, hat.

'Hocus Pocus' (1993) | PG

Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy star as three witches who return to life after being executed during the Salem Witch Trials. The trio hatches a spellbinding plan to restore their youth that puts all of Salem’s children in mortal danger. Follow it up with the 2022 sequel .

'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' (2005)

This 2005 Tim Burton film is a cautionary tale about what happens when you eat too much Halloween candy. Johnny Depp stars in this remake of the 1971 classic about candymaker Willy Wonka and the young boy who scores a golden ticket to visit his chocolate factory.

'Goosebumps 2' (2018) | PG

In the sequel to Goosebumps, a new cast of characters finds themselves in a spooky situation as two boys accidentally unleash the Goosebumps monsters onto their unsuspecting town on Halloween night.

'Wendell & Wild' (2022) | PG-13

Director, Henry Selick of "The Nightmare Before Christmas" collaborates with producer Jordan Peele of "Us" and "Get Out" in creating this stop-motion animated feature about two demon brothers who are invited to the land of the living by a 13-year-old hoping to bring her deceased parents back to life. With some supernatural scares, this one's best for older kids and teens.

'A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting' (2020)

A high school student finds herself embroiled in a quest to battle monsters when she gets recruited by a group of babysitters to rescue the boy she’s watching. Parents say this movie is best for kids ages 9 and up.

'The Spooky Tale of Captain Underpants Hack a Ween' (2019) | TV-Y7

In this installment of the Captain Underpants franchise, Melvin declares that Halloween is now illegal. Best friends Harold and George say: not so fast.

'Hocus Pocus 2' (2022) | PG

The long-awaited sequel to "Hocus Pocus" is finally here! The witches we all love to hate – Winifred, Sarah and Mary Sanderson –are back and up to their old tricks after two teens inadvertently summon them from 15th-century Salem.

'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' | PG-13

In the fourth installment of the Harry Potter film series, Harry finds himself an unwitting participant of the “The Triwizard Tournament,” a fierce and potentially life-threatening competition between three rival schools of magic. One of the darker chapters of the series, this one's best for tweens and teens ages 11 and up.

'The Spiderwick Chronicles' (2008) | PG

Martin Short, Seth Rogen and Mary-Louise Parker are part of an all-star cast in the 2008 film, “The Spiderwick Chronicles.” The story follows two twin brothers who move to a new home where they discover faeries and a host of other fantastical creatures.

'The Halloween Tree' (1993) | TV-NR

Based on the book by the same name, legendary author, Ray Bradbury’s, “The Halloween Tree” is an animated tale of a group of trick-or-treaters who learn all about the spooky holiday after one of their friends mysteriously disappears.

'Under Wraps' (1997) | TV-G

After accidentally resurrecting an ancient Egyptian mummy from the dead, three teens must race against the clock to reunite their new mummy friend, Harold, with his long-lost love. Things get complicated when the evil Mr. Kubat tries to kidnap Harold for his own financial gain.

'Liar, Liar Vampire' (2015) | TV-G

Things get complicated after the new kid in town, Davis Pell (Rahart Adams), is mistaken as a vampire by one of his high school classmates. His next-door neighbor fuels the rumors and Davis must figure out a solution that’ll clear his name without alienating his new friends.

'A Witches Ball' (2017) | PG

NSYNC’s Joey Fatone stars in this sweet movie about Beatrix Steinberg, a young witch who must solve three riddles before graduating as a full-fledged sorcerer at the annual Witches Ball. With a Harry Potter-esque vibe, kids 6 and up will love it.

'Toy Story of Terror' (2014) | TV-G

Short and sweet, "Toy Story of Terror" finds Buzz, Woody, Jessie, Mr. Potato Head and the rest of the “Toy Story” gang star in peril after a road leads to a spooky adventure. There are a few (minor) scares in this one, so it's best for kids 5 and up.

'The Boxtrolls' (2014) | PG

Based on Alan Snow's 2005 book "Here Be Monsters!" this stop-motion fantasy tells the tale of a boy raised by a group of garbage-collecting trolls wearing boxes - hence the name "The Boxtrolls." Ben Kingsley, Elle Fanning and Toni Collette lead an all-star cast in this animated feature which received a Best Animated Feature Oscar nod.

'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban' (2004 | PG

The third installment in the Harry Potter franchise, "The Prisoner of Azkaban" is arguably one of the best. Kicking off with a delightfully harrowing trip aboard the Knight Bus, it's non-stop adventure for Harry, Ron and Hermione. The scary, soul-sucking dementors make their first appearance and may be frightening to younger children. This one's best for kids 9 and up.

'The Addams Family' (1991) | PG-13

They’re creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky. If that's not enough, the Addams clan is also altogether ooky (if that’s even a word). Based on the 1960s TV show about a ghoulish family with a passion for the macabre, “The Addams Family,” movie is silly, spooky and hilarious.

'Coco' (2017) | PG

The absolutely stunning animation in this Oscar-winner is reason enough to watch. But you’ll want to watch it anyway due to its Day-of-the-Dead theme, skeletons and touching story about a young boy who travels to the Land of the Dead to find his great-great grandfather.  

'The Muppets Haunted Mansion' (2021) | TV-PG

You can never go wrong with Muppets. A perennial favorite of both kids and adults, this Halloween movie finds Gonzo and Pepe the King Prawn spending the night at a haunted mansion while the rest of the gang celebrates Halloween at Kermit and Miss Piggy’s costume party. 

'Monster House' (2006) | PG

After a cantankerous neighbor suddenly dies, two teens discover that the house he leaves behind is a living, breathing monster with plans to eat trick-or-treaters on Halloween. With some mildly scary themes, this animated feature is best for kids ages 9 and up.

'Beetlejuice' (1988) | PG

After dying in a car accident, a married couple haunts their beloved house in an attempt to get rid of its whacky new tenants. When their efforts don't work, they resurrect Beetlejuice, a maniacal spirit who, instead of helping, makes everything worse. Michael Keaton stars as the mischievous ghost in this Halloween classic.

'Hotel Transylvania' (2012) | PG

Hotel Transylvania is a human-free oasis where monsters go when they need a vacation. The ghoulish retreat is threatened after Jonathan, a human, stumbles upon the hidden hotel and meets the daughter of its bloodsucking owner — Count Dracula. 

'Scooby Doo: The Movie' (2002) | PG

Jinkies! This live-action adaptation of the animated series, “Scooby-Doo,” finds Shaggy, Velma, and the rest of the gang estranged until they unexpectedly meet up on Spooky Island to – you guessed it –solve a mystery.  

'It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown' (1966) | NR

In Charles M. Schulz’s Halloween classic, Charlie Brown and friends navigate the ups and downs of Halloween while debating the existence of a Great Pumpkin that delivers toys to faithful children on Halloween night.

'Casper' (1995) | PG

This live-action movie (based on the 1930s cartoon by the same name) is about a friendly ghost named "Casper" who joins forces with a ghost therapist (for real, what are the chances?) and his young daughter to help rid their home of not-so-friendly ghosts.

'Goosebumps' (2015) | PG

A tale inside a tale, this movie brings the popular book series to life and revolves around real-life “Goosebumps'” author, R.L. Stine (played by Jack Black), and what happens when the fictitious monsters from his books come to life.

'Frankenweenie' (2012) | PG

Spooky, funny and also slightly melancholy, “Frankenweenie” is about a young boy who brings his beloved dog, Sparky, back from the dead ("Frankenstein"-style), with disastrous results.

'Halloweentown' (1998) | NR

After discovering that she’s a witch on her 13th birthday, Marnie learns that her mom and grandmother have been keeping some other pretty big family secrets from her, including the existence of an enchanted place called Halloweentown.

'Coraline' (2009) | PG

Annoyed after her parents won’t pay attention to her, Coraline goes exploring and discovers a hidden passage to another world in this unsettling movie, based on a Neil Gaiman novel. After crossing over, she soon realizes that all is not what it seems and must escape if she wants ever wants to go home again.

'Tim Burton's Corpse Bride' (2005) | PG

While practicing his wedding vows in the woods, a groom from the 19th century accidentally winds up in the Land of the Dead. If that's not bad enough, instead of his beloved fiancé, he finds himself married to a zombie bride.

'Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island' (1998) | G

Zoinks, it's another Scooby-Doo movie! Scoob and the gang head to New Orleans in this movie made years after the original Scooby-Doo cartoons. As usual, they encounter ghosts, zombies and just about everything else before finally solving yet another mystery.

'Monsters, Inc.' (2001) | G

Yes, it's possible for a movie about monsters to be sweet. This animated classic is about Sulley and Mike Wazowski, two working monsters who find themselves in charge of a big-eyed toddler that unexpectedly sneaks into their world, which is fueled by energy created by kids' fear.

'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone' (2001) | PG

The first movie in the wildly popular series adapted from the J.K. Rowling books, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” introduces us to Harry, Ron, Hermione, Hogwarts and all the other magical wonders associated with the world of witchcraft and wizardry. It’s worth the watch just to see floating pumpkins in the Great Hall on Halloween.

'Ghostbusters' (1984) | PG

Who you gonna call if there’s something strange in your neighborhood? Well, if the "something strange" is an invisible man sleeping in your bed, better make your next call to the Ghostbusters. In addition to being hilarious, this ‘80s movie has some real scares in it along with some adult themes, making this better suited for older kids.

'Ghostbusters' (2016) | PG-13

Released more than 30 years after the original “Ghostbusters" movie, this reboot stars Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones as the new ghost-fighting group. Its PG-13 rating means that, like the original, it’s best for older kids.

'Gremlins' (1984) | PG

“Gremlins” starts off all cute and cuddly, but don’t be fooled into thinking this is “E.T.” — because it's not. It doesn’t take long for this movie to reveal why you should never break the three rules of pet ownership. The result is grisly mayhem as gremlins take over a town. Because of that, this one's best for older kids.

'The Haunted Mansion' (2003) | PG

Based on Disney's “Haunted Mansion" ride, this movie by the same name, stars Eddie Murphy as a workaholic realtor who drags his unsuspecting family on a trip to look at a house. Upon arriving, they discover – yep – it’s haunted and only a woman in a crystal ball can help save them.

'The Little Vampire' (2000) | PG

After leaving all his friends and family behind to move with his parents to Scotland, Tony (Jonathan Lipnicki from “Stuart Little") finds a new best friend who just happens to be a vampire.

'Twitches' (2006) | NR

This beloved TV movie is about identical twins (Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Tamera Mowry-Housley) born on Halloween in the mythical land of Coventry. To protect them from harm, they’re separated, then sent to earth until their 21st birthday. After a chance meeting, they discover they’re sisters – and witches!

'Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit' (2005) | G

The pest business (called “Anti-Pesto,” get it?) is going well for Wallace and his dog, Gromit, even if it means they have a lot of new friends. The only problem is that the annual town vegetable competition is being threatened by a giant werewolf-rabbit. Plenty of funny hijinks result in this popular stop-motion movie.

'Labyrinth' (1986) | PG

This ‘80s fantasy film features David Bowie, big hair and original numbers. Don't don’t let that distract you from the fabulous puppetry and grandeur in this mythical story about a girl who wishes away her baby brother. When her wish is granted, she discovers he’s been taken by an evil Goblin King.

'Spooky Buddies' (2011) | G

Air Bud gets a Halloween makeover in this dogs-in-costumes movie about puppies who stay overnight in a haunted mansion. Even though it's G-rated, “Spooky Buddies” actually has some scary stuff, which might not be suitable for all kids.

'The Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl' (2003) | PG-13

Aye, matey! While “Pirates of the Caribbean” isn’t technically a Halloween movie, there are so many skeletons and creepy scenes, it should be. Beyond that, it’s a swashbuckling adventure just right for older kids, who’ll totally love the nonstop action. 

'The Witches' (2020) | PG

Based on the Roald Dahl book, “The Witches,” this remake of the 1990 film features Ann Hathaway, Octavia Spencer and Stanley Tucci in a movie about an orphan who discovers that witches are actually real.

'The Witches' (1990) | PG

The original version of "The Witches" stars Angelica Houston as an evil witch who hatches a plot to turn all the world’s children into mice. This fantasy movie features some impressive (and terrifying) puppet creatures from Muppets-creator, Jim Henson. Due to some scary scenes and themes, it's likely too intense for younger kids.

Scooby-Doo and the Witch’s Ghost (1999) | NR

In this campy Scooby-Doo installment, the gang heads to Massachusetts to investigate — what else — witches. While there, they meet the Hex Girls (an all-girl goth band) and together they solve a centuries-old mystery. This one’s all about girl power and saving the environment. Also, good luck getting the Hex Girls “Earth, Wind, Fire and Air,” song out of your head.

'The Willoughbys' (2020) | PG

Kicked out of the house by their neglectful, self-absorbed parents, four kids set out on a mission to become orphans in this Netflix animated adventure. This movie doesn't have a precise Halloween theme, but it does have mischief.

'Twilight' (2008) | PG-13

Edward, Bella, Jacob: Three now-famous characters in one rainy Washington town. The “Twilight” saga begins here and has all the makings of a perfect Halloween flick. Vampires, murder, moody teens and an iconic game of baseball played in a thunderstorm. "Twilight" is a great Halloween movie for tweens, especially ones with a love for romantic movies .

'ParaNorman' (2012) | PG

Eccentric and mostly friendless, Norman Babcock lives in a small Massachusetts town and has an unusual talent. He can talk to dead people. Things get out of hand when an ancient curse threatens the entire town and Norman, along with his undead companions, must save the day. This stop-motion film has some scary elements and is best for kids 10 and up.

'The Dog Who Saved Halloween' (2011) | PG

“The Dog Who Saved Halloween” is the story of "Zeus," a talking canine who discovers some pretty creepy happenings at the neighbor's house. When things go awry, Zeus and his friends must save the day. Because of some slightly older humor, this one’s best for kids 6 and up. 

'Double, Double Toil and Trouble' (1993) | TV-Y7

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Everyone will love this throwback ‘90s Halloween video. Long before they were fashion icons, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen made a series of kid’s videos including this gem, “Double, double toil and trouble.” The 90-minute video has the twins battling their witchy Aunt Agatha (Cloris Leachman) to save the family house.

'Bedknobs and Broomsticks' (1971) | G

Long before she appeared in the TV series “Murder She Wrote,” Angela Lansbury starred in this film as an apprentice witch who’s trying to learn a magic spell that'll help end World War II. This 1971 film has musical numbers and some pretty nifty effects including blending animation with live-action much like “Mary Poppins.” Even though it’s rated G, there are some scares that might be too intense for little kids.   

‘Hubie Halloween’ (2020) | PG-13

With adult themes and gags, this Halloween comedy is best-suited to older kids and teens. Playing Hubie, a well-meaning deli worker who loves Halloween, Adam Sandler stars in this mystery-horror-comedy that’s mostly slapstick with a few silly scares.

'Halloweentown High' | TV-G

The third installment in the “Halloweentown” series finds Marnie and her supernatural friends debating whether or not to attend a “mortal” high school instead of staying in Halloweentown. Things don’t go as planned after a gang of magic-hating knights threaten to strip the town and all its inhabitants of their magical abilities.

'Spookley the Square Pumpkin' (2005) | G

Based on the book “The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin” by Joe Troiano, this super-sweet animated tale revolves around Spookley, a pumpkin who, unlike all the other pumpkins, is square instead of round. Bullied by the “normal” pumpkins, Spookley becomes an unlikely hero after a storm threatens the pumpkin patch right before Halloween.

'Spirited Away' (2001) | PG

This beautifully animated classic from 2001 centers around Chihiro, a young Japanese girl who must save her parents after they are turned into beasts. This adventure film has magic, spirits, mystical worlds and a fantastic story. Because of some scary themes and visuals, however, this one’s best for kids 10 and older.

'Scooby-Doo and the Goblin King' (2008) | NR

Ruh-roh, the gang’s back at it yet again in this 2008 Scooby-Doo direct-to-video flick! Campy and fun (as usual), Fred, Velma, Daphne, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo attend a Halloween carnival where they meet “The Amazing Krudsky” an evil magician (voiced by Wayne Knight) who wants to take over the world. To stop him, they must travel to the spirit world and negotiate with an evil goblin king.

'The Dark Crystal' (1982) | PG

Jim Henson (the Muppets) once again works his puppetry magic in this fantasy film about a broken crystal that causes chaos in the universe. The story centers around “Jen,” a creature who must journey to find a missing piece of the crystal in order to restore harmony. Because of some intense scary content, “The Dark Crystal” is best for older kids and tweens.

'The Book of Life' (2014) | PG

To win the heart of his beloved Maria (Zoe Saldana), Manolo (Diego Luna), a bullfighter struggling with his career path, must travel through three different worlds in this song-filled adventure. With colorful animation, a clever plot and lots of laughs, this one’s a great Halloween choice for kids 8 and up.

'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets' (2002) | PG

The second film in the series, “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” kicks off with a crazy flying car scene and the ride continues from there. Witchcraft and wizardry are all part of this epic film that has Harry, Hermione and Ron searching to find whoever’s responsible for attacking their fellow Hogwarts classmates. Due to some relatively scary scenes and adult themes, this one is most appropriate for older kids and tweens.

'Igor' (2008) | PG

Everyone wants to win the science fair in the land of Malaria, especially Igor (John Cusack), an assistant who’s sick and tired of being treated like a minion. Igor and his friends, including a brain in a jar (Sean Hayes) and an immortal rabbit (Steve Buscemi), create a monster named “Eva (Molly Shannon),” except she’s nothing like the beast they were expecting.

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Halloween Songs for Kids: 50 Fun Songs + Halloween Party Playlist

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Set the mood for some spooky fun with Halloween songs for kids . These are perfect Halloween party songs, with a free playlist ready to use !

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Nothing ushers in Halloween fun like Halloween songs to set the mood ! But sometimes with kids, Halloween songs get too creepy and scary too quickly. That’s why we always compile a playlist of music for our own monster mash. And we’re not ones to gatekeep, we want you to have the list of the best Halloween Songs for kids too! 

50 Halloween Songs for Kids

Grab the full list of of the 50 best Halloween songs for kids, and follow the Spotify playlist we’ve curated for you for tons of easy Halloween fun! 

1. Monster Mash

“Monster Mash” by Bobby “Boris” Pickett is arguably the most beloved Halloween song of all time! It sets the perfect tone for any Halloween party . This catchy tune is a novelty song released back in 1962, and it’s been a staple on every Halloween playlist since!

It is beloved by kids of all ages! But also a must-play for every disc jockey looking to bring spooky fun to the dance floor.

2. Ghostbusters (Theme Song)

Ray Parker Jr.’s “Ghostbusters” is a classic song that older kids especially may recognize from the iconic horror-comedy movie. This theme song is a great way to combine the love of spooky Halloween activities with some cinematic nostalgia, ensuring a good time on the dance floor. It just takes on “Who you gonna call?” to get kids jumping and dancing and yelling “Ghostbusters!” 

3. Thriller

“Thriller” by Michael Jackson is one of the most popular Halloween songs of all time! It’s known for its spooky music video and catchy beat. Make sure to watch the official music video (you can find it on Youtube!) to learn the dance. The song offers a great opportunity for kids to dress up in their best Halloween costumes and imitate the famous dance, making it a hit at any Halloween night event.

4. The Time Warp

“The Time Warp” from ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ is a Halloween classic that brings the quirky vibe of the cult classic to any Halloween party. It’s a great song for older kids familiar with the film. But also fun for anyone looking to do the iconic dance steps, adding a touch of spooky narration to the festivities.

5. Purple People Eater

“Sheb Wooley’s” “Purple People Eater” is a fun song that combines a catchy tune with silly, Halloween-themed lyrics. It’s a novelty song from 1958 that’s simple enough for even the littlest trick-or-treaters to sing along to. Which makes it a fun Halloween song for a lively party.

6. Witch Doctor

The “Witch Doctor” by David Seville is a fun and simple song that will have every little kid singing along to its catchy chorus. This classic tune from 1958 is an excellent addition to any collection of Halloween treats and spooky songs for a night of party games and dancing.

7. This is Halloween

“This is Halloween” from Tim Burton’s ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ is one of the best Disney villain songs of all time! It is perfect for setting the Halloween mood. Its spooky-fun style and Halloween-themed lyrics make it a favorite among kids who enjoy the more eerie side of their favorite holidays.

8. Harry Potter Theme

The “Harry Potter Theme” by John Williams may not be a traditional Halloween track, but it’s magical and mysterious tones make it a great song for any Halloween activities. Fans of the movies will appreciate this homage! Plus, it’s a fun way to incorporate the love of ‘Harry Potter’ into the Halloween season.

9. Skeleton Sam (LVCRFT)

“Skeleton Sam” by LVCRFT is a modern Halloween staple, with its hauntingly fun beats and catchy lyrics. Plus you will love the story of the charismatic skeleton character. This track stands out with its unique blend of eerie electronic vibes and playful tones. I think it makes a perfect addition to any Halloween playlist. Its contemporary sound captivates the newer generation, making it a hit among teens and young adults, while its Halloween-themed lyrics resonate with the spooky spirit of the season. “Skeleton Sam” is sure to get guests onto the dance floor, adding a pulsating rhythm to your Halloween night festivities.

10. I Put a Spell on You

I Put a Spell on You,” especially the version by Bette Midler from the Disney Halloween movie ‘Hocus Pocus,’ becomes a must-listen during the spooky season. This is a fun take on a classic song with the perfect Bette Midler twist! The song’s enchanting lyrics and the Hocus Pocus movie performance make it a memorable piece, perfect for any Halloween-themed singalong.

11. The Addams Family (Theme Song)

The theme song from “The Addams Family” is an essential tune for any Halloween playlist, known for its catchy snaps and spooky-fun lyrics. Whether you’re hosting an iconic dinner party scene or setting up Halloween crafts, this song brings a great time, capturing the spirit of one of TV’s favorite spooky families.

12. Five Little Pumpkins

“Five Little Pumpkins” is a simple song and a fun way for little monsters to get into the Halloween spirit. It’s perfect for singing along, especially for younger children, and it pairs wonderfully with pumpkin patch visits and other Halloween activities.

13. Little Ghost

“Little Ghost” by The White Stripes is a gentler tune, perfect for a more relaxed moment in your Halloween night. The song’s sweet melody and lyrics about a friendly ghost make it suitable for kids of all ages, offering a softer side to Halloween’s spooky music.

14. Monster Boogie

Laurie Berkner’s “Monster Boogie” is a great song that will have every little kid up and dancing with its catchy tune. It’s perfect for little kids, tapping into nursery rhymes and simple lyrics. It’s a fun Halloween song perfect for any Halloween party with little ones! 

15. Grim Grinning Ghosts

“Grim Grinning Ghosts,” the theme song from the Haunted Mansion ride at Disney theme parks, offers spooky fun that’s perfect for setting a Halloween mood. The song is a Halloween classic that kids and adults alike can sing along to, making it a spooky addition to any Halloween playlist.

16. Baby Shark Halloween

“Baby Shark Halloween” brings together the viral sensation of “Baby Shark” by Pinkfong to life with the fun of Halloween. It’s the magic dance every kid somehow knows. And we love that they went about creating a new song that younger kids will adore. With Halloween sharks added to the mix, it’s a catchy song that’s perfect for a fun, kid-friendly Halloween party.

17.  Calling All the Monsters

“Calling All the Monsters” by China Anne McClain is a high-energy track that perfectly encapsulates the excitement and thrill of Halloween. And if I’m being honest, a personal favorite! With its catchy beat and playful lyrics, this song is a fantastic addition to any Halloween party playlist, especially for kids and teens. T

The track’s theme of summoning monsters for a night of fun aligns wonderfully with the Halloween spirit, making it a hit among youngsters eager to embrace the spooky festivities. It’s not only a great song for dancing but also for setting an adventurous Halloween mood that appeals to the imagination of every participant in Halloween activities.

Kid singing fun Halloween songs for kids with a skeleton and play microphone.

18. Spooky Scary Skeletons

“Spooky Scary Skeletons” written by Andrew Gold is a must-have for any Halloween party playlist, known for its upbeat tempo and iconic lyrics. This track is a classic Halloween song that’s loved by kids of all ages, inviting everyone to dance along with the skeleton bones.

19. The Little Shop of Horrors

“The Little Shop of Horrors” theme from the musical of the same name brings a bit of Broadway to your Halloween festivities. With its talk of monsters and catchy rhythm, it’s a hit for older kids and adults who enjoy a side of theatrical flair with their Halloween treats. But trust me, little kids will gladly belt out the Little Shop of Horrors intro the moment they know the song! 

20. Heffalumps and Woozles

“Heffalumps and Woozles” from the Disney film ‘Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day’ offers a whimsical yet spooky tune that’s perfect for younger audiences. Its playful nature makes it a fun addition for kids not yet ready for the horror movie aspect of Halloween but who want to join in the spooky fun.

21. The Witches are Back (The Sanderson Sisters)

“The Witches are Back,” performed by the legendary Sanderson Sisters, is a bewitching tune synonymous with the magical aura of Halloween. Its mystical lyrics and enchanting melody immerse listeners in a world where the iconic witches make their triumphant return. This track, which celebrates the allure of witchcraft and Halloween, is a must-have for any fan of “Hocus Pocus” and those seeking to add a touch of spellbinding charm to their festivities.

22. Oogie Boogie’s Song

“Oogie Boogie’s Song” from Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” is a classic villain tune that captures the darker, more mischievous side of Halloween. Voiced by Ken Page, the song’s jazzy, sinister rhythm and playful lyrics spotlight the character Oogie Boogie’s devious nature, making it a captivating listen for kids and adults alike. It’s a fantastic choice for adding a bit of wicked fun to any Halloween playlist, especially for fans of the iconic film. 

23. This Is The Night

“This Is The Night,” known from the Harry Potter movies, carries a magical melody that’s perfect for adding a touch of enchantment to your Halloween night. It’s a wonderful selection for fans of the series and a hauntingly beautiful addition to any Halloween playlist.

24. Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)

Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)” by Harry Belafonte might not be a traditional Halloween song, but its inclusion in the iconic dinner party scene in the movie “Beetlejuice” gives it a spooky association. Its calypso rhythm brings a unique flavor to Halloween parties, offering a great time for all guests.

25. Jump In The Line

Also by Harry Belafonte, “Jump In The Line” is an upbeat, catchy song that’s guaranteed to get kids and adults alike moving on the dance floor. Though not originally a Halloween song, its inclusion in various Halloween playlists and movies has cemented its place as a fun, energetic tune perfect for any Halloween party.

26. The Monster

“The Monster” by Eminem featuring Rihanna is a more modern track for those looking to add some pop flavor to their Halloween festivities. Its talk of monsters and haunting beats create a mysterious vibe, making it suitable for a teen or adult Halloween party.

27. Rotten to the Core

“Rotten to the Core” from the Disney film “Descendants” is a modern, upbeat song that introduces audiences to the rebellious teen children of classic Disney villains. With its pop-inspired beats and catchy lyrics, this song offers a fresh twist on the theme of mischief and naughtiness, resonating with younger listeners especially. It’s an excellent addition to any Halloween playlist, providing a contemporary, fun tune that kids and teens can dance to. The song’s celebration of the characters’ villainous heritage makes it a perfect track to play during Halloween festivities, adding a dose of playful wickedness to the mix.

28. Bad Blood

Bad Blood” by Taylor Swift , with its intense beats and powerful lyrics, might not be a traditional Halloween song. However, it certainly adds a dramatic flair to any Halloween playlist. The song’s theme of betrayal and confrontation gives it an edge that resonates with the darker, more intense vibes of Halloween. It’s a great song to play at a Halloween party! Younger kids, older kids, teens, and adults who are fans of Swift’s pop anthems all love it!

29. Shivers

“Shivers” by Ed Sheeran, with its electrifying rhythm and captivating lyrics, brings an unconventional but thrilling twist to any Halloween playlist. While not a traditional Halloween song, its references to the physical sensation of “shivers” can be playfully interpreted in a spooky context, aligning well with the chills and thrills of the season. The track’s infectious melody and Sheeran’s distinct vocal stylings ensure it’s a hit at any gathering

30. Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead

“Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead” from the classic film “The Wizard of Oz” offers a jubilant tune that can be an ironic addition to any Halloween playlist. The song is a lively celebration and provides a fun, nostalgic singalong moment for party-goers of all ages.

31. Come on Out

“Come on Out” performed by the cast of “Zombies 3” is a vibrant and lively track that encapsulates the fun and excitement of Halloween. Its catchy melody and spirited lyrics, which encourage everyone to join in the celebration, make it an instant favorite, especially among kids and fans of the “Zombies” Disney movie series. 

32. A Nightmare on My Street

DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince’s “A Nightmare on My Street” is a classic Halloween song that masterfully combines storytelling and a catchy beat. It’s a great song for older kids and adults, providing a humorous yet spooky narrative that captures the Halloween spirit.

33. Disturbia (Kidz Bop)

“Disturbia,” covered by the Kidz Bop Kids, is a child-friendly version of Rihanna’s hit song. It fits seamlessly into any Halloween party for younger audiences. The Kidz Bop rendition maintains the catchy tune and spooky theme of the original, but with altered lyrics appropriate for kids. It’s always a fun and exciting addition to any Halloween playlist.

34. Ghost (Kidz Bop Kids)

“Ghost” covered by the Kidz Bop Kids, is a spirited rendition of the original, offering a more child-friendly version. It retains the exciting, spooky essence that makes it perfect for Halloween. The song’s catchy chorus and fun beats are sure to get little ones moving and grooving! While its ghostly theme fits perfectly with Halloween festivities. This version is not just a fun song but also a great way to involve kids in the celebration

35. Ghost Town

“Ghost Town” by The Specials has eerie undertones and a haunting melody that fit well into the Halloween theme. The spooky music makes it a suitable choice for older kids and adults’ playlists during the Halloween season.

36. I Want Candy

“I Want Candy” by Bow Wow Wow is a fun, upbeat song that, while not specifically about Halloween, fits perfectly with the candy-collecting spirit of the holiday. It’s an energetic track that’s sure to get kids excited about the prospect of Halloween treats. The Kidz Bop version is also a fun version my kids adore. 

37. Ghostly Music Box

“Ghostly Music Box” play outside The Haunted Mansion, the famous Disney theme park attractio. And it’s excelelnt at creating a spooky atmosphere. This instrumental is a classic piece that sets the stage for a ghostly good time, suitable for all ages and any spooky-themed Halloween party.

38. Superstition

“Superstition” by Stevie Wonder, with its funky beat and cautionary lyrics, is a hit that older kids and adults will recognize and enjoy. Though not a traditional Halloween song, its themes fit perfectly into the Halloween mood! Consquently, it’s a sophisticated addition to any Halloween party playlist.

39. Halloween (Main Theme)

The “Halloween” main theme by John Carpenter, from the iconic horror movie, is a chilling instrumental that’s instantly recognizable. It’s a perfect track to play in the background of a haunted house setup or any Halloween event that aims to give a good scare.

40. Bad Guy

“Bad Guy” by Billie Eilish, with its hauntingly playful beats and edgy lyrics, offers a modern twist to any Halloween playlist. The song has a unique sound profile! It brings a contemporary, almost eerie vibe that resonates with the themes of mischief and the supernatural often associated with Halloween. Plus, it was in the Bad Guys movie trailer, which many kids know and love! 

41. One Way or Another (Hocus Pocus 2)

“One Way or Another” featured in “Hocus Pocus 2” is a thrilling adaptation of the original song by Blondie. The track preserves the original’s catchy melody while infusing it with a Halloween flair, and Sanderson Sister signatures! Its inclusion in the new film’s soundtrack connects generations. You’ll find a sense of nostalgia while introducing the classic tune to a new audience in a fresh, exciting context perfect for Halloween festivities. This song is a testament to the enduring appeal of blending popular tracks with beloved Halloween themes. And one of my children requests this song daily during spooky season!

42. Werewolves of London (Warren Zevon)

“Werewolves of London” by Warren Zevon is a classic rock track that’s become synonymous with Halloween. It is known for its iconic howling chorus and catchy piano riff. The song’s playful story of werewolves roaming around London bring all the Halloween vibes. Plus, its humorous lyrics bring a light-hearted, yet spooky, atmosphere to any Halloween party. It’s a great song that appeals to both older kids and adults. In fact, there’s a Kidz Bop version for kids too! But adults love either version due to a dose of nostalgia for those familiar with this 1970s hit. Adding “Werewolves of London” to your Halloween playlist may encourage a sing-along favorite that captures the fun and eerie essence of the season.

43. I Put a Spell on You

The classic “I Put a Spell on You,” originally by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins is a quintessential track! The lyrics and the instruments exude the mystique and allure of Halloween. The song’s haunting melody and passionate vocals make it a timeless classic. Itt offers a spellbinding performance that captivates listeners and makes it a standout addition to any Halloween playlist. 

Plus, if you’re a Disneyland fan, you may know this song! It is the song they play in Carsland when they do the Halloween lighting at dusk. 

44. Dem Bones

“Dem Bones,” also known as “Dry Bones,” is a spiritual turned fun Halloween song. Surprisingly, it’s both educational and entertaining, teaching kids about the skeletal system. Its repetitive rhythm and easy-to-follow lyrics make it a great way for children to engage with music and learn something new.

45. Scooby Doo 

I honestly never thought of the Scooby Doo song as a Halloween song until I heard a Kidz Bop Halloween playlist. I watched preschoolers go nuts singing along, and knew it had earned a well deserved place in their Halloween-loving hearts! 

46. Rest In Peace 

“Rest In Peace” performed by Darren Criss, known for his captivating vocal talents, adds a dramatic flair to any Halloween playlist. Criss performed this song for the Muppet Haunted Mansion as the lantern holding Caretaker. This track, with its emotive lyrics, clever rhyme and lyrics, and Criss’s powerful delivery, is perfect for listeners who appreciate a blend of theatricality and the macabre during the spooky season. It’s an excellent choice for those seeking a song with catchy lyrics and a haunting atmosphere at any Halloween event.

47. Somebody’s Watching Me

“Somebody’s Watching Me” by Rockwell features Michael Jackson on the chorus. It delivers a perfect blend of ’80s pop and spooky vibes. Its themes of paranoia and fear, combined with a catchy beat, make it a thrilling addition to any Halloween playlist.

48. Trust in Me (Scarlett Johansson)

“Trust in Me” by Scarlett Johansson is a hypnotically alluring track from “The Jungle Book.” While not a traditional Halloween song, it carries an eerie, haunting melody that fits perfectly into any Halloween playlist.

This song is particularly effective as a background track during Halloween activities, setting a mystical and slightly ominous tone. Its mesmerizing rhythm makes it a fun listen for kids of all ages and adults alike. And Disneyland Halloween fans will recognize it quickly as a popular background track at Oogie Boogie Bash .

49. Once Upon a Dream (Lana Del Rey)

“Once Upon a Dream” covered by Lana Del Rey for the movie “Maleficent.” Which transforms the classic Disney song into something hauntingly beautiful and ethereal. Del Rey’s haunting vocals, paired with the eerie, slow tempo, give the song a dark, dreamlike quality. Consequently, it fits splendidly into the ambiance of Halloween night. While not outright spooky, it adds a layer of dark romance and mystery to any Halloween playlist. This track is sure to enchant, providing a moody, atmospheric backdrop that perfectly complements the mystical allure of Halloween.

50. Come Little Children (DCappella)

“Come Little Children” performed by DCappella, known for their a cappella renditions of famous songs, delivers a hauntingly beautiful version of this well-loved tune. Originally from the film “Hocus Pocus,” this song’s gentle, lilting melody and eerie lyrics make it a perfect addition to any Halloween playlist. DCappella’s harmonious vocals bring a fresh yet nostalgic feel, captivating listeners with their siren-like invitation.

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