Get yourself in the mood for ghosts and goblins with this not-too-scary list of Halloween songs for kids. Something's brewing in the basement That's where, the basement Down, down, down, down, down Something's spooky on the stairs There's an empty chair I think this house is haunted Look around, look around What's that sound? Don't look now Is that a blob? Or is it Bob? You can find the whole Something's Brewing. It's Halloween album here. Dead leaves, seaweed, rotten eggs too Stir them in my witches' brew I got magic Alakazamakazoo. Spider web, moldy bread, mucky mud too Stir them in my witches' brew I got magic Alakazamakazoo. Oh no, here we go Walking through the haunted house Haunted house, haunted house What do you see? I see skeletons!
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Uh, not that anyone is speaking from personal experience here. And I'm not talking about my kid — I'm talking about myself. Plus, theremin music may set the mood, but it's not going to get anybody up and dancing, right? Will any of them cross over to the year-round playlist? It's an all-time classic Halloween song and a dance craze in one! Throw this on and challenge kids to show off their favorite Transylvania Twist.
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Looking for some spooky kid-friendly Halloween music to play around the haunted house? Whether you have a toddler who wants to dance to Blippi or tweens ready to do the Monster Mash, we found a song for everyone. Most kids love everything about Halloween: dressing up, watching scary movies, and of course, all that candy. But now you can add dancing to the list! From silly tunes for preschoolers to songs that are a bit scarier, these fun Halloween songs for kids are perfect to play during a party, after school, or as fun background music when you're handing out candy.
Halloween will likely look a little different this year, and while you might not be hosting a big Halloween party, you can still get in the spirit with the right soundtrack. These tunes will set the scene for a fun-filled and spooky evening. After you've produced a spook-tacular playlist, you can channel your spectral energy into other party tasks for mummies and dads, like making your very own Halloween costume. Don't forget to enlist your little ghouls into helping you craft all the decor —including the outdoor Halloween decorations. You'll also want to make a delicious Halloween dinner menu featuring spellbinding cocktails, wickedly good punch recipes, and some Halloween appetizers. Of course, it's no Halloween celebration without a few tasty Halloween treats. There are so many yummy sweets to be made, so consider baking a Halloween cake , Halloween cookies , or Halloween cupcakes. After the little ones stumble off to bed, you'll definitely be in the mood to unwind.