Witch’s Stew Halloween Craft | Sing and Play Craft for Kids | Maple Leaf Learning Playhouse

Let’s make a yucky witch’s stew craft with paper to sing along with the Witch’s Stew song! Download this Halloween craft on our website: http://www.mapleleaflearning.com/library/witchs-stew

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“Witch’s Stew” Lyrics:

Witch’s Stew Lyrics:

Hey hey Wendy Witch,
what do you want in your witch’s stew?
Spiders.
Eww!

Hey hey Wendy Witch,
what do you want in your witch’s stew?
Frogs.
Eww!

Hey hey Wendy Witch,
what do you want in your witch’s stew?
Snakes.
Eww!

Hey hey Wendy Witch,
what do you want in your witch’s stew?
Bats.
Eww!

Hey hey Wendy Witch,
what do you want in your witch’s stew?
Tadpoles.
Eww!

Hey hey Wendy Witch,
what do you want in your witch’s stew?
I want you!
Woooaaa!

Goodbye Wendy Witch,

I don’t want to be in your witch’s stew.

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