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35 Spooky and Educational Halloween Videos for Kids
Count skeletons and do spooky yoga!
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.
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
Younger kids can learn the colors as they sing and dance with Halloween eggs!
21. Halloween What Am I Quiz
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!
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Haunted House Counting Activity for Kids
Picture a spooktacular adventure that combines the thrills of a haunted house with the excitement of counting and math. We’re diving into a bewitching activity that’s perfect for young learners: the Haunted House Counting Activity for Kids. With just a few simple materials and some creativity, you can create a haunted neighborhood where numbers and Halloween goodies come to life. So, grab your large sheet of white paper, your trusty black marker, and a bunch of sticky notes, because it’s time to embark on a counting adventure that’s both eerie and educational!
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Materials You’ll Need
- Large sheet of white paper
- Black marker
- Sticky notes
- Imagination and creativity
- Painters tape
Crafting Your Haunted Neighborhood
- Draw the Haunted Houses: Begin by tracing four sticky note squares on your large sheet of white paper to create the haunted houses. Divide each square house into four smaller squares, the same size as your sticky notes. This will be the canvas for your spooky residences. Repeat this at least 5 more time for a total of 6 houses.
- Add Spooky Details: Let your imagination run wild as you decorate each house to make it look like a haunted mansion. Draw spider webs, bats soaring through the night sky, and other eerie elements that give it that ghostly charm. Make sure to leave space on the roof for the number.
- Label with Numbers: In the roof of each haunted house, write a number. For kids aged 3-4, keep the numbers under 12. For 5-year-olds, use numbers ranging from 10 to 20. And for 6-year-olds, you can even introduce simple math problems instead of single-digit numbers.
- Create Halloween Sticky Notes: On your sticky notes, draw Halloween items that match the numbers on the houses. For example, if you have the number 5 on one roof, draw five pumpkins on a sticky note. Create four different sticky notes with Halloween items for each house, and make sure they match the numbers or math problems.
- Place the numbers all around your large sheet of white paper. You can stick within on the floor, table or even a wall. Place all the sticky notes around the paper. Invite your child to choose one sticky note and count the numbers and then have them stick it on the house with the matching number.
Let the Haunted Counting Begin
With your haunted neighborhood ready and the sticky notes adorned with Halloween treasures, it’s time to invite your child to explore and count their way through this spooky adventure. Watch as their eyes light up with excitement, and their math skills get a ghostly boost. Learning has never been this eerie and fun! Happy counting in the haunted house neighborhood!
Tips for Success
- When you are cutting your large sheet of white paper, make sure you have enough room for all six haunted houses including their roofs. Use a black marker with a thick tip to make your haunted house details stand out and look spooktacular.
- Encourage creativity in decorating the houses, letting your child add their own haunted touches like ghosts, witches, or creepy crawlies.
- Ensure that the numbers on the roofs and the corresponding Halloween items on the sticky notes are clear and easy to read.
Skills Learned During This Activity
- Counting: This activity helps young children practice counting as they match the correct number of Halloween items to each haunted house.
- Number Recognition: It reinforces number recognition as kids identify and read the numbers on the roofs of the houses.
- Math Concepts: For older kids, this activity can introduce simple math concepts as they solve problems related to the numbers on the roofs.
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- Begin by tracing four sticky note squares on your large sheet of white paper to create the haunted houses. Divide each square house into four smaller squares, the same size as your sticky notes. This will be the canvas for your spooky residences. Repeat this at least 5 more time for a total of 6 houses.
- Let your imagination run wild as you decorate each house to make it look like a haunted mansion. Draw spider webs, bats soaring through the night sky, and other eerie elements that give it that ghostly charm. Make sure to leave space on the roof for the number.
- In the roof of each haunted house, write a number. For kids aged 3-4, keep the numbers under 12. For 5-year-olds, use numbers ranging from 10 to 20. And for 6-year-olds, you can even introduce simple math problems instead of single-digit numbers.
- On your sticky notes, draw Halloween items that match the numbers on the houses. For example, if you have the number 5 on one roof, draw five pumpkins on a sticky note. Create four different sticky notes with Halloween items for each house, and make sure they match the numbers or math problems.
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I Can Count To 20!: Practice Counting to 20 with Halloween Friends. Counting book for young children. My first numbers Paperback – August 26, 2021
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Halloween Numbers Book
Perfect for ages 3-5. Halloween Numbers Book offers a variety of activities to encourage learning number recognition and penmanship.
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Halloween I Spy Game : FREE Counting 1-5 Activity
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My girls are surely loving this game especially when they are to count those adorable features.
For this post, I would love to share with you our Halloween I Spy Game, counting number 1 to 5.
How to Use Halloween I Spy Printable
There are 4 adorable Halloween features in this Halloween printable worksheet , all with Halloween sweet treats themes.
Have your kids count each one of them and write the number in the provided box.
To motivate your kids, try to encourage your kids to circle the founded items so that they can focus better to spy on other unfounded things.
This printable is created for beginners who are just learning their way to count from numbers 1-5, such as my 4 years old.
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Counting to 20 Song
Numberock's Counting 1-20 Song is a catchy way to learn how to count for kids of all ages, whether in Preschool, Kindergarten, or 1st Grade. Learn to count to 20 with dancing animals that play musical instruments, wear fedoras, eat ice cream, and even sport some cool shades.
This ear-wormy numbers song will have your students singing along, and also will remind them of how to count to 20 long after the lesson is over.
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Counting from 1-20 Lyrics
Verse One: Lindsey: Don’t you think this is a little funny? Ben: What do you mean? Lindsey: Ben… We are surrounded by bunnies playing musical instruments! Ben: Ooh… And they’re wearing ... hats? How many do you think there are? Lindsey: How ‘bout we count them! Ben: uh, ok!
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
Verse Two: Lindsey: Ben, look at all the fish … and they’re… whistling? Ben: Huh... And is that one wearing glasses? Lindsey: He is! How many do you think there are? Ben and Lindsey: Let’s count them! Jinx! Lindsey: Hahaha
Verse Three: Lindsey: Wow, are those ducks…. doing the chicken dance? Ben: Huh… Amazing! And is one of them playing the kazoo? Lindsey: Hahaha.. And look, our friend Suzy is walking by. Hey Suzy, want to count dancing ducks with us? Suzy: Oh, I’d love to!
Verse Four: Lindsey: Hey Jerry! Jerry: Hey Lindsey! So... I just saw 20 crocodiles eating ice cream! Lindsey: What? We’ve seen strange things today too, and we made a song about it! Want to sing it with us? Jerry: Sure, I’ll try to sing along! All: Yea!!!!
Ben and Jerry: Ooo..ooo...oooo We’re counting from 1 to 20.
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These 22 GOP senators voted for a $95.3 billion Ukraine and Israel aid package — without the controversial border provisions that Republicans have rejected
- The Senate approved a Ukraine and Israel aid bill — without any border provisions.
- Republicans had demanded border security measures, only to reject them as insufficiently harsh.
- 22 GOP senators, slightly less than half of the conference, joined most Democrats to pass the bill.
So much for that border security deal.
Early on Tuesday, the Senate passed a bill to provide billions in aid to Ukraine and Israel, setting up an eventual clash with House Republicans.
In the end, 22 Republican senators — slightly less than half of the conference — joined with most Democrats to pass a version of the foreign aid bill that didn't include any of the border security provisions. Hours earlier, the bill failed after Republicans panned the bipartisan deal that they had originally demanded.
Among those voting for the bill was Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, whose support for Ukraine aid is increasingly at odds with the rest of the GOP, as well as his allies in the conference.
The $95.34 billion package contains $60 billion in new aid to Ukraine, $14 billion for Israel, and $9.15 billion for humanitarian assistance, including for Gaza.
Tuesday's vote represents a significant decline in support for Ukraine within the Senate GOP. In May 2022 — the last time the Senate voted on a bill primarily dealing with Ukraine aid — 39 GOP senators supported it.
Despite hopes for an amendment process, no such votes were taken, in part because Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky sought to drag out the passage of the bill as long as possible. Under the Senate's arcane rules, amendment votes are typically used to speed up the passage of a bill.
Many Republican lawmakers, particularly on the hard right, have been fervently opposed to further aid to Ukraine, arguing that it does not serve American interests and that the money would be better spent domestically in the United States.
Owing to that opposition, it's unclear what path the bill would have through the House. House Speaker Mike Johnson has signaled some level of support for Ukraine aid since ascending to the top job, but he regularly voted against it as a rank-and-file lawmaker.
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia has threatened to call a vote on ousting Johnson from the speakership if he allows another vote on Ukraine aid.
Meanwhile, some progressive Democrats are likely to oppose the package if it does not include conditions on Israel.
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and two other Democrats voted against the bill on Tuesday.
Here are the 22 GOP senators who voted for the bill:
John Boozman of Arkansas
Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia
Bill Cassidy of Louisiana
Susan Collins of Maine
John Cornyn of Texas
Kevin Cramer of North Dakota
Mike Crapo of Idaho
Joni Ernst of Iowa
Chuck Grassley of Iowa
John Hoeven of North Dakota
John Kennedy of Lousiana
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky
Jerry Moran of Kansas
Lisa Murkowski of Alaska
James Risch of Idaho
Mitt Romney of Utah
Mike Rounds of South Dakota
Dan Sullivan of Alaska
John Thune of South Dakota
Thom Tillis of North Carolina
Roger Wicker of Mississippi
Todd Young of Indiana
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