Halloween Run On


Halloween Run On




Give copy of word sheet to scouts. When the word is said on the left side, the scouts say the word on the right side. Halloween Trick or Treat Night Dark, Dark, Dark Cub Scout Tent Hut Mouse squeak, squeak, squeak Witches he, he, he Brooms sweep, sweep, sweep Boiling hot, hot, hot Dreaming camping, BB guns, bow and arrows Candy yum, yum, yum Steal call the police, call the police Smart Big Brain, Big Brain Parents MOM’s – stay out of the road – DAD’s – save me the chocolate


Twas the night before Halloween (Trick or Treat) and all through the NIGHT (DARK, DARK, DARK). Not a Cub Scout stirred (tent hut), not even a mouse (squeak, squeak, squeak). The witches (he, he, he) were tuning their brooms (sweep, sweep, sweep) for the big night (DARK, DARK, DARK) out. The witches (he, he, he) brew was boiling (hot, hot, hot) in the pot. The Cub Scouts (tent hut) were dreaming (camping, BB guns, bow and arrows). Oh, what a night (DARK, DARK, DARK), all the candy (yum, yum) they were going to eat. The witches (he, he, he) had plans to steal (call the police, call the police) the candy (Yum, Yum). The Cub Scouts (tent hut) were smart (Big Brain, Big Brain) and knew not to go to Halloween (Trick or Treat) without their parents (Moms – stay out of the road and Dads – save me the chocolate). All went well on Halloween (Trick or Treat) night (Dark, Dark, Dark). The Cub Scout (tent hut) had listed to their parent (Moms – stay out of the road and Dads – save me the chocolate).


Michael Richard


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