Halloween By Jane-Ann Heitmueller Three little ghosts are anxious 'cause it's nearly Spookin' Day and they can hardly wait till scary goblins come their way. They'll welcome every frightful ghoul who comes for trick or treatin' and hand out lots of boos and sweets to every one they're meetin'.
How to Write an Alliteration Poem When writing an alliteration poem, tell your story first. Then add rhyme and words with similar beginning consonant sounds to create your alliteration poem. How do I write an alliteration poem? I remember an interview I read a few years ago on how [...]
Children's Halloween Pumpkin StoryÂ was written for my grandchildren to share with them during a sleepover the week before the excitingly spooky Halloween holiday. It was a Halloween themed sleepover with a special giant Pumpkin cookie, pumpkin carving, Halloween movie, and, of course, the reading of Nana's original children's Halloween Pumpkin [...]
Are you looking for fun ways to interact with your preschooler grandchild this Halloween? I was very excited when I received these 7 Halloween poems for preschoolers from one of Nana's Corner subscribers.Â They are now poems my granddaughter, Emily, and I have fun reciting together. Learning new Halloween poems [...]
A new Halloween alliteration poem for teens is here! Since I first posted alliteration examples, I've had many visitors seeking additional alliteration poems for teens. The vocabulary used in the Headless Horseman Haunts Halloween is at a level appropriate for high school students. Teen Halloween Alliteration Poem Because Halloween is [...]