These Spooky Kids Songs for Halloween are just the thing you need to encourage all your little ghosts, witches and goblins to get in the spooky groove! Getting the music right at a party is the easiest way to create an atmosphere. On Halloween especially, you want to make sure you get your guests in the right mood! You can download each of the songs by clicking on the title.
Spooky Kids Songs For Halloween
[Actual video might be a little scary for very little children so I wouldn’t recommend actually watching it, but the song is great for dancing to!]
3. Harry Potter Theme – John Williams
The John Williams score to the first three Harry Potter movies are simply genius. Immediately transporting us to the magical world of witches and wizards!
4. Edward Scissorhands Theme – Danny Elfman
This wonderfully original and atmospheric score really established Danny Elfman as a major film composer back in the 1990’s.
5. Hocus Pocus – I Put A Spell On You
Again from the 1990’s, Hocus Pocus was not a huge success at the time. But these days it has achieved a cult status and is a must for the Halloween season!
6. Bedknobs & Broomsticks – Disney
An old walt Disney family favourite from the 1970’s featuring Angela Lansbury in her heyday!
Such a wonderful old favourite from the 60’s, but bursting with retro style!
8. Beetlejuice Theme – Danny Elfman
Another classic from Danny Elfman that has become a cult favourite for halloween.
9. Superstition – Stevie Wonder
10. Bibbidy Bobbidy Boo – Disney’s Cinderella
This is Halloween – The Nightmare Before Christmas – Danny Elfman
12. Remains of the Day – Corpse Bride – Danny Elfman
I would love for you to add any more suggestions for Halloween tracks in the comments section below!
Fantastic list of Halloween videos! I’m glad you included bewitched. Here are my kids’ absolute favorite Halloween music videos (in order of preference):
1) “Halloween Night”
2) “Spooky Spooky”
3) “Monster Mash”
Thanks for adding to the list Mandy! Love Halloween Night and Spooky Spooky – hadn’t heard of those ones before! Thank you for sharing 🙂