I was wondering if you can list all the Halloween material on your website.
Over the years I have made many games and posted some original Halloween and fall music. I am going to try to list it here, and I hope I don’t leave anything out! I am in the process of making new games, music, and activities, as well as updating a few things, so check back frequently. Some of the printables may look a little different from the image here. I am trying to change my landscape music to portrait orientation. If you have any trouble printing things, please check my FAQ and download the latest version of Adobe Reader.
Bats and Cats – This is a very simple board game to learn beginning note values.
Bat Facts, a Note Story –This is a note story about bats. It has some science in it, too!
Kandy Keys – Not too many students like candy corn, so why not use it to place key signatures on the staff. No, we don’t eat it after we’ve mauled it around!
Pumpkin Keyboard Race – This game has been a staple in my studio for years and years. It is gratifying to see this game used so much by teachers all over the world. It is a good game for older beginners to quickly learn the keys of the piano.
Halloween Notes On the Staff – I use this staff for students who have to learn all their notes quickly in order to take the Texas theory test.
Pumpkin Notes, Mixed Up on the Staff – When they need a little challenge, I use this one.
Hide the Pumpkin Fun Sheet – This is a printable to identify piano keys. There are two fun sheets to a page for this printable, so it saves paper.
Free Halloween Music
I wrote most of these easy pieces in both pre-reading and on-the-staff notation so they are perfect for beginning students. Most of these are not in middle C position, so they help with interval reading. The last one is 2 pages and a little more difficult.
What Will I Say On Halloween? Finger numbers only. This is very easy easy for the first week of lessons.
It’s October – Finger numbers only. This is very easy for the first week of lessons. It does not mention Halloween.
Hey Mr. Mummy This is an on-the-staff piece with a flat and a teacher duet.
See the Scarecrow – This is a very easy on-the- staff piece for students just learning to read notes. It is a fall piece that does not mention Halloween.
Halloween is Almost Here – This is an easy pre-reading Halloween song.
Halloween is Almost Here – This is the same as above, but on-the-staff.
Halloween, Halloween (pre-reading)
Halloween Halloween (on the staff)
Once A year On Halloween (pre-reading)
Once a Year On Halloween (on the staff)
Five Little Pumpkins (This is a pre-reading folk song, but to be honest, I found it to be too long for a preschool beginner. Maybe if you learn it in sections it will work. Otherwise, it is better with an elementary age child. This is the well-known folk song children sing in school.
Five Little Pumpkins The on-the-staff version works better for me!
Sneaky Sneakers This is a level 1 piece. There are two pages, and it sounds like Halloween music, but it has no words.