Contest: How Do You Say “Halloween”?

Halloween is right around the corner & we’re in a spooky mood! How about you?

What will you be dressing up as this year? We’d love to see what your little ones in their Halloween costumes.

For this week’s contest, either post a photo of your child in a Halloween costume (from this year or previous years) on our Facebook wall or email it to info@littlepim.com.

One person will win either Spanish Bop or French Bop! Both CDs feature three original songs by the popular children’s band, Milkshake.

Below are a few Spanish and French Halloween vocabulary words to get you in the spirit of the season!

Spanish

    • una arana – spider

 

  • aterrador – scary

 

 

  • una bruja – witch

 

 

  • una calabaza – pumpkin

 

 

  • caramelos – candy

 

 

French

    • un chat noir – black cat

 

  • une chauve-souris – bat

 

 

  • une citrouille – pumpkin

 

 

  • une araignée – spider

 

 

  • un balai – broom

 

 

  • des bonbons – candy

 

 

*photo from coolhalloweencostumesforkids.net