Goosebumps Movie Book

Goosebumps Movie Activities from Scholastic!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Scholastic. The opinions and text are all mine.

Do you like scary movies? I get so scared that I can’t watch them, but my kids are braver than I am! I did see the trailer for Goosebumps at the last movie that I went to and I loved that it was about all the Goosebumps books! This big-screen adventure is based on the Goosebumps books written by R.L. Stine, with R.L. Stine played by none other than Jack Black.

Goosebumps Movie for Halloween

Of course, capturing the monsters from the Goosebumps books that come alive will take some know how. Reading the books will help!

I love that Scholastic has collaborated with Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation on this movie. Families can celebrate Halloween by seeing the Goosebumps movie in theatres and checking out all kinds of movie tie-ins they’ve created!

You can visit the movie’s microsite at Scholastic.com/goosebumpsmovie for a free digital magazine for kids in grades 5-7 on the Goosebumps movie, where you will find fun and spooky activities, including videos featuring Jack Black and story-writing tips.

Play the Where’s the Creature Game to get a glimpse of some of these creepy creatures. Then vote below on who YOU think would win:

Goosebumps Movie Book

  • Slappy the Evil Dummy vs. Murder the Clown.
  • The Lawn Gnomes (remember they use knives!) vs. the Bog Monster
  • Fifi the Vampire Poodle vs. Count Dracula
  • The Executioner vs. Jack O’Lantern (He has a pumpkin head!)
  • The Haunted Mask vs. the Shrunken Head
  • Professor Shock vs. Clarissa the Witch
  • The Snake Lady vs. the Bees
  • A Graveyard Ghoul vs. Captain Long Ben One-Leg
  • The Egyptian Priestess vs. the Scarecrow

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Scholastic. The opinions and text are all mine.


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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

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