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Curious George Halloween Boo Fest with Free Activity Printables

This is part of a sponsored promotion with Latina Bloggers Connect and WGBH. However, all opinions expressed are my own.

We were lucky enough to get to preview the first ever Curious George full length film the other day Curious George: A Halloween Boo FestAnd it came just in time for Halloween.

Curious George A Halloween Boo Fest

We got the movie and a book called Curious George Goes to a Costume Party. I’m reading my daughter a lot these days, and most of our days are spent reading the same books about 20 times a day. She has her favorites. This one looks like it’s being added to the rotation. 🙂

She was more than excited to get them. She kept trying to show her little sister her new things…

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The movie was ADORABLE. 🙂 

She watched the entire thing pretty intently. I posted an Instagram pic of her watching it. If you think your little one would enjoy the movie too you’re in luck!

It is airing on PBS KIDS Monday 10/28th. Check your local listings to see exactly what time it’s airing in your area.

Curious George Boo Fest PBS Kids

It’s the first-ever Curious George Halloween special, a full-length movie with 3 new songs! Nothing says “Halloween” like costumes, pumpkins and spooky stories Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest finds George unraveling the eerie mystery of No Noggin – a ghost who appears in the countryside each Halloween, intent on kicking the hats clean off the heads of trick-or-treaters. 

Sound familiar? It’s sort of like The Headless Horseman but  for kids, only this headless horseman is called No Noggin and he takes hats. HEHE

You can get your copies of some Activity sheets here.

Tick Tac Toe Game                        Curious George Mask 

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Make sure to set your DVR for next Monday the 28th! It will be a great way to get the family together for a not-so-spooky, kid friendly Halloween movie night. 🙂

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Mary Stewart
    October 23, 2013 at 9:43 am

    All the little boys in my family absolutely love Curious George! I’m stopping by from the Meet & Greet and am a new follower on Bloglovin.

    • Reply
      Melanie
      October 29, 2013 at 12:49 am

      Hi Mary! Thanks for stopping by! I will be stopping by your blog too 🙂

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    Elizabeth@MyGladHeart
    October 23, 2013 at 11:30 am

    I loved Curious George growing up! My twins are only 1 so they wouldn’t get it, but I’m sure they would enjoy it anyway!

    • Reply
      Melanie
      October 29, 2013 at 12:51 am

      Yes, I’m sure they would, my daughter started watching Curious George cartoons right after she turned a year…

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