Bilingual fun Halloween activities for kids.
Try these fun activities and share the Halloween spirit with your little ones: From getting your children dressed up to reading them a cozy story there will be times spent together having fun.
1. Get your little ones dressed up
Children love pretending and getting dressed up and Halloween is the perfect time for doing so! Keep in mind that with little ones you don’t want nor have to dress them up as something big and scary to get in the Halloween spirit, so try a fun, simple and easy to wear costume.
2. Make some treats together
Children will love helping you make some treats for Halloween. Engage all of their senses – seeing, hearing, smelling, touching, and tasting while cooking some special treats. Let them be creative and use their imagination to come up with some fun ideas.
Foodbites has lots of ideas for making this activity fun and engaging for little ones.
3. Let them have fun with our Halloween Booklet with fun printable activities, arts and crafts ideas
Little witches and goblins can have lots of fun with our Halloween activities booklet and making arts and crafts for Halloween. Help them make some hanging ghosts, a witch poster for pinning the nose to the witch, make some silly monsters or make a jack-o-lantern together. Print our Halloween cards and play memory or matching, try to find new words in our Halloween search or make your own skeleton. Get creative and sparkle your child’s curiosity and imagination using different textures, materials and some silly colors. They’ll love taking part in preparing decorations for the house and marvel with delight when they see the finished results.
4. Read to them some not-so-scary stories
Halloween is a good time to snuggle in bed with your little ones and read to them some books. You may want to use Halloween-themed picture books and classic tales that are not so scary to introduce children to themes of trick-or-treating, dressing up, Jack-o-lanterns, monsters, witches and goblins. Check out this cute book about not so scary monsters from Languages4kidz with FREE interactive activities.
5. Sing some fun Halloween songs
Introduce Halloween vocabulary to your little ones by singing songs, acting out the different characters and dancing together making silly, fun movements. Here are some not so scary Halloween songs in English and Spanish that will get children into the spirit singing, moving and learning!
Music is a great way to engage children because it is a natural and enjoyable part of their everyday lives. It contributes to children’s progress and learning in many different areas, and most importantly in the area of language development. These Spanish Halloween songs have enough repetition that kids can sing along after hearing the songs a few times.
5 Calabazas by Languages4kidz
Halloween song by Languages4kidz
6. Let them have fun with our Halloween online interactive activities
Little ones can have lots of fun with our FREE online interactive activities: Puzzles, matching, memory cards, drawing and coloring , crosswords and more.