Hands down, The Hallo-Wiener is my favorite Halloween book. It is so clever and the kids always get a kick out of it. I created a story element flip book so you can review and check for understanding. The Halloween Dog Flip Book
pairs perfectly with this story.
Sometimes I like to read the book in class, and then show a video on YouTube the following day! Here is a clip of the book!
Another Halloween classic is Spookley the Square Pumpkin. This little pumpkin is shaped like a square but he ends up saving the day! Using this book to review the shapes is a great way to practice math and language arts at once. The Silly Shape Pumpkins Flip Book reviews the circle, square, triangle, oval, and rectangle.
There are several great bat books and it's a simple way to use a nonfiction book with your class. The Halloween Bat Flip Book practices Halloween colors!
Another Kindergarten Halloween favorite is Five Little Pumpkins. The Five Little Pumpkins Flip Book practices counting and writing numbers 1-5.
Here are a couple videos to show with the story!
All of these books are also grouped as a discounted BUNDLE.