Chants are a GREAT way to teach beat, rhythm, and literacy skills. “Five Little Pumpkins” Halloween Music Chant is perfect for all teachers to use during HALLOWEEN lessons.
I’ve changed the words to reflect a music scene. But the chant can be used in any classroom. You’re students will love the engaging teaching video for your distance learning and in person classes.
This Halloween music chant also comes with vocal and rhythm soundtracks for teaching and performing. I know your students will love learning this Halloween Music Chant.
“FIVE LITTLE PUMPKINS” RESOURCE INCLUDES
all the things you’ll need to use this in your classes or online.
- Teaching Video
- Vocal and Rhythm Tracks
- Teaching Presentation
- Printable Coloring sheet with lyrics
- Sheet Music
HOW TO USE THIS RESOURCE
Music Teachers and Homeschoolers can use the Halloween music chant video as part of their Halloween activities. Learn the chant and then have students color the lyric sheet. After practicing, children can perform the chant for family, classmates. Consider making your own video of the chant for children to share on social media.
Preschool and Elementary Teachers: Have your students learn the words to the Halloween Music chant. Color the lyric sheet and present to family and classmates. Or, use the chant as a center/station activity. Use the recorded video or audio files for students to learn the chant in smaller or one on one learning scenarios. There are many ways to integrate this Halloween music chant activity with your Halloween lessons.
RELATED HALLOWEEN RESOURCES
October Songs and Poems (link)
I’ve been using some of these songs and poems in my Kindergarten classes. Since I’m teaching online, they give me some easy to learn chants and songs I can sing with the students using my guitar or ukulele.
These Halloween songs and chants are extremely helpful keeping students engaged and learning how to chant and feel the beat.
Your students will love all these Halloween songs and chants.
FREE HALLOWEEN MUSIC PROGRAM AND SCRIPT
HALLOWEEN MUSIC AND MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES
Looking for more Halloween activity ideas? You’ll want to check out these blog posts!
I’m hoping these Halloween music and movement activities will help you during the “spookiest” week of the school year!
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