82 Resources for October Library Programs: http://www.worldcat.org/profiles/MissHayleyMac/lists/1881678
Includes the topics of:
Bat bats / big / bone bones / dinosaur dinosaurs / Halloween / large / monster monsters / monster trucks / monstrous / scarecrow scarecrows / skeleton skeletons / spider spiders
53 Resources for a Monster Mash Library Program for K-3: http://www.worldcat.org/profiles/MissHayleyMac/lists/1923337
Includes media and fiction and nonfiction books on the topic of monsters as well as other Halloween themes.
Follow the link for the handout for a "Halloween Fun" program for families with children of all ages. I make Dem Bones into a movement story, encouraging the audience to find and touch their different bones. I make "Walkin' Home on Halloween" into a creative dramatic by having volunteers dress as a ghost (white sheet), witch (hat and broom), and wolf (use puppet).
For the teens who happened upon the program (!), I encouraged them to think about what they wanted to pursue after high school. I stressed the importance of the oral storytelling tradition, and encouraged them to become storytellers or write and illustrate their own stories/graphic novels. As we were talking about bones, I also asked if they had learned about them already, or if they were interested in entering the medical profession.