35 Thrillingly Fun Halloween Songs for Kids
Looking to have some spooky fun? These kid-friendly Halloween songs are the ideal background music for October! There are many enjoyable dancing jams as well as some really scary songs. For children of all ages, there are possibilities here. Get set to join in the song!
- Five Little Pumpkins
Perfect for the pre-K crowd, Five Little Pumpkins incorporates counting practice with slightly spooky fun.
- Monster Mash
One of the most adored Halloween songs among children—and adults—is Monster Mash. This video is awesome and teaches you a fun dance to go along with it.
- Bumps in the Night
This one will appeal to even older children. Learning the lyrics and singing along is simple because they are displayed on the screen.
- Monster Boogie
Monsters dance to the boogie when they’re not doing the mash! To wear while dancing, make masks akin to those worn by the children in the movie.
- Halloween Sharks
The baby shark battles Halloween! The well-known song changes to a minor key to fit the spooky season.
- Costume Party
This song encourages kids to utilize their creativity and try something new; nothing is ominous about it.
- Haunted House
What is in this spooky house? Creatures from Halloween that only want to dance with you!
- Halloween Creatures
Witches, ghosts, and other Halloween monsters can be used to practice counting to ten. Additionally, you’ll discover what noises they make.
- The Purple People Eater
Do you know the identity of the flying purple people eater with one eye and one horn? Learn more in this timeless classic!
- Spooky Scary Skeletons
This one is a throwback when it comes to music! Disney produced it in 1929, but it is still regarded as a great masterpiece.
- The 13 Nights of Halloween
For older children, here is a challenge! Can they memorize the entire song’s lyrics based on The 12 Days of Christmas?
- It’s Halloween Tonight
Halloween-themed characters like witches and vampires are encountered by some trick-or-treaters. A little bit spooky is this one!
- Knock Knock, Trick or Treat
When you open the door, you’ll find many festive Halloween costumes.
- I’m A Crazy Witch
Each player adds something fresh (and revolting!) to the witch’s stew in this entertaining memory game. By including their spooky components, kids can make it more elaborate.
- Bones Bones Bones!
Skeletons are unsettling, but they also present an educational opportunity. The bones in the human body are listed in this amusing GoNoodle song.
- In The Dark
Who is scared of the night? Not this bold singer, please! To drive the darkness away, they have a light.
- This Is Halloween
Looking for chilling Halloween music for children? The remedy is The Nightmare Before Christmas! This one’s animals are unquestionably terrifying.
- Snap Along With the Addams Family
Although the most recent Addams Family movie was released a few years ago, singing (and snapping) along to this GoNoodle tune is still enjoyable.
Stop-motion animation brings the old nursery rhyme “H-A-Double-L-O-W-Double-E-N spells Halloween” to life.
Something odd is going on in the area. Who will you call? This one is popular among children.
- Grim Grinning Ghosts
This one is from The Haunted Mansion ride, which kids who have visited Disney World will be familiar with. Even segments from the ride itself are included in the video.
- Monster Moves
It turns out that monsters are far more skilled at dancing than just the mash! One of those children’s Halloween tunes that you can’t help but dance to.
- Halloween Dance Party
Seriously, eerie creatures adore dancing! Jack Hartmann, a kid favorite, can teach you their best moves.
- Halloween Is Here
This one will get kids moving. Fly like a bat, creep like a spider, stomp like a monster.
- Down By The Spooky Bay
Here is a creepy rendition of a well-known song. Have you ever witnessed a vampire constructing a campfire by the bay?
- Ha Ha, It’s Halloween
With this song’s catchy chorus and chilling verses, you can bring forth the Halloween spirit.
- Chumbala Cachumbala Dance
Chumbala Cachumbala is another song from the same people who brought you Baby Shark, which will stick in your mind for days.
- I’m Not Scared
This is probably a song that you sang as a child. It successfully portrays the mood of a spooky October night.
- The Jack-O’-Lantern Song
Learn about some shapes while carving a pumpkin for Halloween.
- Down in the Dungeon
Learn who is residing in the dungeon and what they are doing there.
- Faces of the Night
In this enigmatic ballad, Jack-o’-lanterns share their tale. Despite being brief, their lives are exciting!
- I’m a Mean Old Witch
Children are taught hand gestures by Miss Nina to go with this song. She also includes a second version about an elderly witch.
- Witch Doctor
ting tang walla walla bing bang, oh my! This demonstrates that Halloween music for youngsters doesn’t always have to be spooky.
- Have You Seen the Ghost of John?
This song has a long history. Round singing is enjoyable and simple to master.
- Dem Bones
Here’s another well-known song that manages to incorporate some knowledge. Discover the many bones in the human body and how each is connected.