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canciones en ingles de halloween

¡Qué emoción! Ya falta nada para Halloween. El disfraz, la decoración, las chuches…

Qué nadie olvide la banda sonora porque, ¿cuándo se ha visto una fiesta sin canciones? En inglés, por supuesto. Si queréis que vuestros niños se familiaricen con el idioma cantando, os sugerimos este canal: Super Simple Songs. Su repertorio es espectacular. Aquí os dejamos nuestra selección de las mejores 10 canciones “terroríficas” en inglés para Halloween.

A los niños les gusta jugar y divertirse y aprenden mejor a través de actividades lúdicas. Cantar es una de ellas. Aunque a nivel gramatical el lenguaje de las canciones puede ser diferente por el imperativo poético en la construcción de las rimas, practicar los sonidos y el ritmo de la lengua fortalece la confianza y la fluidez de los pequeños a la hora de intentar comunicarse en inglés.

Lo fundamental es que las canciones ofrezcan un contenido útil y relevante, bien para aprender a organizar el tiempo –sobre las horas, días de la semana o meses del año–, el abecedario, los números, escenas cotidianas –levantarse, ir al cole, acostarse…–, los alimentos o aquellas relativas a periodos festivos, ideales para profundizar en una vocabulario especial. Halloween es una de esas ocasiones para celebrar cantando.

La metodología para el uso de canciones en el aprendizaje del inglés es muy sencilla:

  1. Reproducimos el video de la canción para que el niño o la niña comprenda de qué trata.
  2. Leemos la letra de la canción para asegurarnos que los niños comprenden las palabras. Lo importante es entender las palabras claves. Al aprenderlas, estas últimas encajarán solas en el contexto.
  3. Aprendemos la canción línea a línea o por trocitos.
  4. Agregamos a la canción acompañamientos: palmas, sencillos movimientos de baile, etc.

¡Qué empiece la música!

1.- Hello, My Friends (Trick-Or-Treating Song)


Hello, my friends.
I’m so happy to see you.
Hello, my friends.
Let’s go trick-or-treating.

Witches and ghosts.
Cowboys, pirates, and monsters.
Spiders and bats.
Let’s go trick-or-treating.

Hello, my friends.
I’m so happy to see you.
Hello, my friends.
Let’s go trick-or-treating.
Let’s go trick-or-treating.

2.- This is The Way We Carve A Pumpkin 


 This is the way we scoop him out, scoop him out, scoop him out.
This is the way we scoop him out.
This is our jack-o’-lantern.

This is the way we make his eyes, make his eyes, make his eyes.
This is the way we make his eyes.
This is our jack-o’-lantern.

This is the way we make his nose, make his nose, make his nose.
This is the way we make his nose.
This is our jack-o’-lantern.

This is the way we make his mouth, make his mouth, make his mouth.
This is the way we make his mouth.
This is our jack-o’-lantern.

Jack-o’-lantern shining bright, shining bright, shining bright.
Jack-o’-lantern shining bright.
This is our jack-o’-lantern.
This is our jack-o’-lantern.

3.- Five Creepy Spiders

Five creepy spiders.
Five creepy spiders.
See how they crawl.
See how they crawl.
Crawl crawl crawl.
Crawl crawl crawl.
Crawl crawl crawl.
Five creepy spiders.

Four bony skeletons.
Four bony skeletons.
See how they dance.
See how they dance.
Dance dance dance.
Dance dance dance.
Dance dance dance.
Four bony skeletons.

Three black cats.
Three black cats.
See how they run.
See how they run.
Run run run.
Run run run.
Run run run.
Three black cats.

Two wicked witches.
Two wicked witches.
See how they fly.
See how they fly.
Fly fly fly.
Fly fly fly.
Fly fly fly.
Two wicked witches.

One white ghost.
One white ghost.
See how he haunts.
See how he haunts.
Woooooooo…BOO!
Woooooooo…BOO!
Woooooooo…BOO!
One white ghost.

Happy Halloween.
Happy Halloween.
Happy Halloween.
Happy Halloween.
Spiders, skeletons, cats, and ghosts.
Spiders, skeletons, cats, and ghosts.
Spiders, skeletons, cats, and ghosts.
Happy Halloween.
Happy Halloween.

4.- Knock Knock, Trick Or Treat?


 

Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a ghost. I’m a little ghost.
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a ghost. I’m a little ghost.

Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a cowboy. I’m a little cowboy.
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a cowboy. I’m a little cowboy.

Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a witch. I’m a little witch.
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a witch. I’m a little witch.

Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a monster. I’m a little monster.
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a monster. I’m a little monster.

Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a ballerina. A little ballerina.
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a ballerina. A little ballerina.

Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a pirate. I’m a little pirate.
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a pirate. I’m a little pirate.

Knock knock, trick or treat?
Happy Halloween. Happy Halloween.
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Happy Halloween. Happy Halloween.

5.- Go Away, Spooky Goblin!

Go away, spooky goblin, go away. Go away!
Go away, spooky goblin, go away. Go away!
Go away, spooky goblin.
Go away, spooky goblin.
Go away, spooky goblin, go away. Go away!

Go away, scary spider, go away. Go away!
Go away, scary spider, go away. Go away!
Go away, scary spider.
Go away, scary spider.
Go away, scary spider, go away. Go away!

Go away, spooky skeleton, go away. Go away!
Go away, spooky skeleton, go away. Go away!
Go away, spooky skeleton.
Go away, spooky skeleton.
Go away, spooky skeleton, go away. Go away!

Titanic Teatro en inglés
Titanic Teatro en inglés
Titanic Teatro en inglés

Go away, scary bat, go away. Go away!
Go away, scary bat, go away. Go away!
Go away, scary bat.
Go away, scary bat.
Go away, scary bat, go away. Go away!

6.- Five Little Monsters Jumping On The Bed

Five little monsters jumping on the bed.
One fell off and bumped her head.
Mummy called the doctor and the doctor said,
“No more monsters jumping on the bed.”

Four little monsters jumping on the bed.
One fell off and bumped her head.
Mummy called the doctor and the doctor said,
“No more monsters jumping on the bed.”

Three little monsters jumping on the bed.
One fell off and bumped her head.
Mummy called the doctor and the doctor said.
“No more monsters jumping on the bed.”

Two little monsters jumping on the bed.
One fell off and bumped her head.
Mummy called the doctor and the doctor said,
“No more monsters jumping on the bed.”

One little monster jumping on the bed.
She fell off and bumped her head.
Mummy called the doctor and the doctor said,
“No more monsters jumping on the bed.”

7.- The Skeleton Dance

Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones.
Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones.
Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones.
Doin’ the skeleton dance.

The foot bone’s connected to the leg bone.
The leg bone’s connected to the knee bone.
The knee bone’s connected to the thigh bone.
Doin’ the skeleton dance.

The thigh bone’s connected to the hip bone.
The hip bone’s connected to the backbone.
The backbone’s connected to the neck bone.
Doin’ the skeleton dance.

Shake your hands to the left.
Shake your hands to the right.
Put your hands in the air.
Put your hands out of sight.
Shake your hands to the left.
Shake your hands to the right.
Put your hands in the air.
Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle,
wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle,
wiggle, wiggle…wiggle your knees.

Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones.
Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones.
Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones.
Doin’ the skeleton dance.

8.- Down By The Spooky Bay


Down by the bay.
Where the pumpkins grow.
Back to my home
I dare not go.
For if I do
My mummy will say,
“Did you ever see a ghost eating some toast?”
Down by the bay.

Down by the bay.
Where the pumpkins grow.
Back to my home
I dare not go.
For if I do
My mummy will say,
“Did you ever see a bat dancing with a rat?”
Down by the bay.

Down by the bay.
Where the pumpkins grow.
Back to my home
I dare not go.
For if I do
My mummy will say,
“Did you ever see a vampire making a campfire?”
Down by the bay.

Down by the bay.
Where the pumpkins grow.
Back to my home
I dare not go.
For if I do
My mummy will say,
“Did you ever see a witch scratching an itch?”
Down by the bay.

Down by the bay.
Where the pumpkins grow.
Back to my home
I dare not go.
For if I do
My mummy will say,
“Did you ever see a troll digging a hole?”
Down by the bay.

Down by the bay.
Where the pumpkins grow.
Back to my home
I dare not go.
For if I do
My mummy will say,
“Did you ever see a spider flying in a glider?”
Down by the bay.
Down by the bay.

9.- One For You, One For Me


One for you.
One for me.
Let’s share all of our candy.
Happy Happy Halloween.
One for you.
One for me.

Two for you.
Two for me.
Let’s share all of our candy.
Happy Happy Halloween.
Two for you.
Two for me.

Here you are.
Thank you very much.
Here you are.
Thank you very much.

Three for you.
Three for me.
Let’s share all of our candy.
Happy Happy Halloween.
Three for you.
Three for me.

Four for you.
Four for me.
Let’s share all of our candy.
Happy Happy Halloween.
Four for you.
Four for me.

Here you are.
Thank you very much.
Here you are.
Thank you very much.

Five for you.
Five for me.
Let’s share all of our candy.
Happy Happy Halloween.
Five for you.
Five for me.

None for you.
None for me.
We ate all of our candy.
Happy Happy Halloween.
Sharing all of our candy.

10.- Goodbye My Friends

Goodbye, my friends. (Goodbye, my friends.)
Let’s get ready to go home.
Goodbye, my friends. (Goodbye, my friends.)
Happy Halloween.

Witches and ghosts. (Witches and ghosts.)
Cowboys, pirates, and monsters.
Spiders and bats. (Spiders and bats.)
Happy Halloween.

Goodbye, my friends. (Goodbye, my friends.)
Let’s get ready to go home.
Goodbye, my friends. (Goodbye, my friends.)
Happy Halloween.
Happy Halloween.