Halloween sounds and music make everything feel spooky! Class members listen to a variety of Halloween-themed CDs, including music and sound effects, and perform movements that match the mood of the sounds.
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- Does not include links or suggestions for specific music files, but you can provide any appropriate sounds that you have
- Versatile for all grade and learning levels
- A great way to combine language arts and physical education skills
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