Ghost stories for Halloween! (None scary!)
Leo: A Ghost Story by Mac Barnett, illustrated by Christian Robinson. A friendly ghost story.
Ghosts in the House by Kozuno Kohara. A very whimsical ghost story.
Miffy the Ghost by Dick Bruna. A simple, sweet ghost story.
Ghosts by Sonia Goldie, illustrated by Marc Boutavant. A ghost story full of ordinary yet original household ghosts.
This flashlight ghost is a fun and easy Halloween craft to make by day and play with by night. Spooky but cute!
What you need:
A large flashlight (non LED works better)
A colored gel/cellophane
Draw a simple ghost shape on a piece of any white paper. Cut out the shape, leaving the negative spaced shape. Cut your white paper into a circle and tape it so the ghost is in the center of the flashlight. Tape a sheet of colored cellophane over the ghost. Draw two eyeballs on the cellophane with black marker.
Background music is from the Into the Wild soundtrack by Michael Brook.
Turn out the lights, turn on the flashlight, and float your ghost around the walls!