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HALLOWEEN SLEEPOVER, A

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HALLOWEEN SLEEPOVER, A is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 5-12
1 minutes
VIDEO
SAMANTHA PICKETT
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A Halloween Sleepover is the perfect short to show in schools about trick or treating safety tips. Even though the clip is super short, it still teaches you to not go trick or treating by yourself or without adult supervision. I like how dolls are used in this project. I like the originality of this short film.

This film is about two friends sleeping over on Halloween night. One of the girls (a doll) is dressed in a costume and she gets the idea of going trick or treating by themselves and without supervision of an adult. They go to the first house and get candy, but when they go to the second house they get scared by the owner. The lady tells them that the mom who is hosting the sleepover told her to scare the girls, because they went out without permission. The mom wanted to teach them a lesson.

I like the message to younger kids. This short film is made by a 6th grader and they did great for such a short film and for little resources. I thought eh use of dolls is very original and unique, in this case The American Girl doll brand.

The message is to not go trick or treating on your own. Always be accompanied by an adult.

I give A Halloween Sleepover 3.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 12. This short film emphasizes safety on Halloween night. That is something every family should discuss with their children. By Ethan P., KIDS FIRST!

A Halloween Sleepover is the perfect short to show in schools about trick or treating safety tips. Even though the clip is super short, it still teaches you to not go trick or treating by yourself or without adult supervision. I like how dolls are used in this project. I like the originality of this short film.

This film is about two friends sleeping over on Halloween night. One of the girls (a doll) is dressed in a costume and she gets the idea of going trick or treating by themselves and without supervision of an adult. They go to the first house and get candy, but when they go to the second house they get scared by the owner. The lady tells them that the mom who is hosting the sleepover told her to scare the girls, because they went out without permission. The mom wanted to teach them a lesson.

I like the message to younger kids. This short film is made by a 6th grader and they did great for such a short film and for little resources. I thought eh use of dolls is very original and unique, in this case The American Girl doll brand.

The message is to not go trick or treating on your own. Always be accompanied by an adult.

I give A Halloween Sleepover 3.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 12. This short film emphasizes safety on Halloween night. That is something every family should discuss with their children. By Ethan P., KIDS FIRST!

In this American Girl stop motion short movie, two friends go trick-or-treating, and they are in for a fright!
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