1) Halloween Themed Erasers
You can use these Halloween themed erasers to show how many sounds on a beat by placing them on beat charts, or for melodic writing and dictating on individual staff pages. I have a class set of staff pages like these below that are laminated and having different erasers keeps it fresh and fun for the kiddos.
I picked up some of these erasers over the years, usually from the Target dollar section.
These kitty cat heads are perfect for Naughty Kitty Cat:
The ghost ones are fun for Skin and Bones, Ghost of Tom, or using to show the rhythms of Miss White.
2) Halloween themed table scatter
I found this pumpkin table scatter one year at Target and it is great for melodic dictation and writing (like with the erasers above), or to show the rhythms on top of beat charts.
3) Foam Halloween Shapes
You can write rhythms, rhythm patterns, solfege, etc. on these! Scatter them around and have students see if they can figure out the song.
You can also have them compose their own pumpkin patterns using these. You could easily pair it with these Pumpkin Composition Pages.
4) Rhythm Blocks
Use these rhythm blocks to show the patterns from Halloween songs. You can find these pre-made rhythm blocks in lots of colors here. Read more about them in this blog post.