Halloween night, so dark and scary.

     Monsters hide, so do be wary.

     One word that scares monsters away is



            By : Kaitlan Stucky



Skeletons walk about the town,

They have no skin, just bone.

Sometimes for fun they play their ribs

Just like a xylophone!
By Paul Perro
              Ashley Smittle

Witch, Witch
Landen Crouch

A Magic Chant Samuel Exler (1922 - 2008)    

     If in the dark you're frightened,

     Here's all you have to do.

               Say: Igga bigga,

                      Hunka bunka,

                      Dinka danka doo.

     These words give you protection

      From ghosts-and witches, too.

               Say: Igga bigga,

                       Hunka bunka,

                      Dinka danka doo.

      So if at night a monster

       Should whisper, I'll get you,"

                Yell: Igga bigga,

                       Hunka bunka,

                       Dinka danka doo.                          

Katie Millsap

One little, two little, three little witches.
            (Hold up 1, 2, 3 fingers)

Fly over haystacks, fly over ditches.
          (Make flying motion with hand)

Fly over moonbeams without any hitches.
      (Make flying motion with opposite hand.)

Hey, Ho, Halloween Night! (Clap)

One little, two little, three little witches.
      (Hold up 1, 2, 3 fingers)
Flew over barbed wire and tore their britches.
          (Make flying motion with one hand, then turn and show your "torn britches")

Had to go home and get some stitches.
    (Pretend to sew)
Hey, Ho, Halloween Night! (Clap)

                                                          Shayla Vercruysse



Can you write a poem about
these three kittens?




No skin on
Joseph Gearhart

batFlutter, Flutter Little Batbat
Layton Reeves
Costume Chaos by Mady Hosler
Little Tommy had trouble finding a costume for Halloween
He thought of being a pirate, a ghost, or maybe a goblin with a face of green
He thought and thought but could not decide on what he wanted to be
He looked at his dog Sparky, and saw that he was a bumble-bee

“How can Sparky already have a costume, but I can’t decide on one!”

Little Tommy exclaimed, saddening with the setting of the sun

“I’ll never find a costume in time”

His mother saw her son so sad and blue
And, as all mothers know, she knew what to do

She went to Little Tommy’s room, and pulled out some pajamas
She went to his bathroom, and took down his bathrobe
Went to his room one more time, and got his slippers shaped like llamas

“Here you go Tommy, dress in this
You’ll look like Dad”
, and gave him a kiss.

“Your father sounds like a Monster when he snores!”

Little Tommy laughed, and gave his mom a hug.
He got his candy bag ready, gave Sparky’s leash a tug.
“Thanks Mom! This costume is perfect!”
And he and Sparky set out, onward for Halloween candy they’ll soon collect.
5 little pumpkins
Kyle Manning
trick or treat


There's a goblin at my window
A monster by my door
The pumpkin at my table
Keeps on smiling more and more
There's a ghost who haunts my bedroom
A witch whose face is green
They used to be my family
Till they dressed for Halloween!

Brandon Tetrick

black cat



Creepy things
Ghouls and Ghosts
Make me scream

Jordan Lewis


     M    any different creatures walk around
     O    n a night like tonight.
     N    ot because it's Christmas
     S    o lets all stop singing "Jingle Bells."
     T    is because it is Halloween so
     E    veryone beware!
     R    eal monsters walk around
     S    aying, "Trick or treat!" everywhere!

                                                                   Allen Zirkle

All rest ye merry spirits,
      let nothing you dismay.
   Witches stirring bubbling cauldrons,
       smelling of decay.
   To save you all from evil's po'er
       before your hair turns gray.

        Oh tidings of horror and fright,
        Horror and fright!
        Oh tidings of horror and fright.

                                                   Erin Schlabach