Five Little Pumpkins by Iris Van RynbachThe favorite finger rhyme told in schools, libraries, and play groups every Halloween is presented here in wonderfully humorous and endearing illustrations. Five not-so-little pumpkins start out sitting on a gate. But before long a wild evening is afoot. They roll along a country lane to join some trick-or-treaters--a ghost, two witches, a clown, and a devil. As the lights go out and a magical wind swirls by, all converge on a big, old Victorian house--where every window has a spooky scene, and a skeleton comes to open the door! Full of the Halloween spirit from beginning to end, this playful and inviting book will prove a delight all year long.
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Five Little Pumpkins
Five little pumpkins sitting on a gate; The first one said, "Oh my it's getting late". The second one said, "There are witches in the air". The third one said, "But I don't care". The fourth one said, "I'm ready for some fun! And the five little pumpkins rolled out of sight. This song has been sung by popular children's singer, Raffi and is a very popular song for Halloween. More information on activities for this song can be found: www.
When October comes around, my boys love to chant the Five Little Pumpkins rhyme. My 2-year-old learned it this year and it is the cutest thing to hear him recite the whole poem! The booklet I created is 9 pages long. Even if they know the poem already, they can practice reading it with a caregiver or teacher. If you are a teacher and you want two pages per sheet to make it easier for cutting! Hope you enjoy using this free booklet!
Lyrics to 'Five Little Pumpkins' by Raffi. Five little pumpkins sitting on a gate, First one said 'Oh my, it's getting late!' Second one said 'There are witches in the air.
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Pumpkin and Halloween Songs
Get some of the best pumpkin songs and Halloween songs for kids to use for preschool, toddlers, and beyond! Music is one of the best teaching tools there is! There is lots of scientific research showing how music actually makes children smarter.
Preschoolers are full of energy. The kids love to play and sing. They are growing and changing seemingly overnight. With each new season, they want to explore and learn. As parents or teachers of preschoolers, we are tasked with helping our little ones make sense of the world around them. Music is a natural way to teach children while having fun at the same time. As autumn approaches, our attention turns to cooler weather, changing leaves and the upcoming holiday seasons.
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