Halloween Brain Breaks
October is one of my favorite months to be a preschool teacher, and Halloween brain breaks are just one of the many reasons! Singers like Jack Hartman have come out with so many fun songs and dances for October, and I wanted to share a few of my class’s favorite Halloween Brain Breaks so you can listen to them as well!
Many of these songs are educational as well, so students learn letters and sounds, practice rhyming words, or count while singing them. Plus they feature fun characters kids love like funny monsters, ghosts, and pumpkins!
5 Fun Halloween Brain Breaks
Check out these five Halloween songs. You can click on each image to find that Halloween Brain Break video.
The Skeleton Shake by Go Danny Go
The Pumpkin Man Dance and Freeze by Jack Hartman
Monster Moves by Koo Koo Kangaroo
The Skeleton Dance by Super Simple Songs
The Happy Halloween Letter Sound Song by Jack Hartmann
5 More Halloween Songs You’ll Love
Going on a Monster Hunt by Jack Hartmann
5 Little Pumpkins by Super Simple Songs
Boom Chicka Boom Halloween by The Learning Station
Zombie Walk by The Singing Walrus
Halloween Storybook Dance and Freeze by Jack Hartmann
Favorite Halloween Brain Breaks
What are some of your favorite Halloween brain breaks? If you love these brain breaks, check out my favorite Alphabet Videos on Youtube as well! They can be used year-round for music, movement, and learning!
Here are more Halloween ideas you’ll love:
- Halloween Alphabet BINGO
- Preschool Halloween Centers and Activities
- Halloween Sensory Bin idea & Free Printables
- Frankenstein Craft and Writing Activity