Ready for a Halloween adventure? This drama activity is so simple, yet so much fun! One of my students was going to be a scarecrow for halloween – complete with a pumpkin head. I used this idea, and gathered some from some Halloween books we had been reading to try out this activity. I took volunteers who wanted to play different parts of the scarecrow, such as the pants, or hat. They were then given their prop. The rest of us began trick or treating. (In reality, we left the classroom and walked through the halls of the school). My volunteers with the props walked ahead of us. As we got to the different props, we added them to our scarecrow as we walked past. Students were encouraged to change their facial features and body movements if they felt they would be scared when the mitts jumped out at us or when the pumpkin head appeared. In the end we had a completed pumpkin scarecrow. It was another awesome adventure in kindergarten, but could be used in older primary grades.