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Candy – Spiral Tracing and Coloring – Two Halloween Worksheets

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Spider Web Coloring – One Halloween Worksheet

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Halloween – One Worksheet

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Halloween – One Worksheet

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Halloween – One Worksheet

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Pumpkin – Beginner Subtraction – 1 Picture Subtraction Worksheet

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Halloween – Tracing – 1 Worksheet

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Halloween – Tracing – 1 Worksheet

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Halloween – Graphing – Count and Graph – 1 Worksheet

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Halloween – Graphing – Count and Graph – 1 Worksheet

Halloween and Pumpkin theme activities for Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten. Literacy, math, printables book lists and more!

Halloween Books

Halloween Class Party Guide FREE


This free 33 page party planning guide provides you with a variety of pre-written parent notes, a sample agenda, party activities and games to help you have a successful and stress-free classroom Halloween or fall celebration. Available for free in the printables section below.

You’ve Been Boo’d Printable Note


This one is fun for the teachers! Read more about it and get your free copy of the “You’ve Been Boo’d” printable note here.

Halloween Literacy Activities

Halloween Beginning Sounds I-Spy Bottle Activity {FREE}


You can download this free beginning sounds I-Spy printable on the blog HERE.

Halloween Syllables

Students identify the pictures and the number of syllables in each word, then perform the corresponding number of actions. This activity is available in the Halloween Literacy Packet located in the printables section below and includes a black and white recording sheet.

Halloween Beginning Sounds

Students attach clothespins with letters to the pictures that have the corresponding beginning sounds. There is also a black and white recording sheet included with this activity. The beginning sounds activity is available in the Halloween Literacy Packet located in the printables section below.

Halloween Rhyming

Students will have fun finding their rhyming partners in this fun, large group game available in the Halloween Literacy Packet below.

Halloween Alphabet Identification Game

Both the upper and lower case versions of this game are available {black and white or color} in the Halloween Literacy Packet located in the printables section below. This activity also includes two recording sheets, one for uppercase letters and one for lowercase letters.

Halloween Mini Word Charts

These printable word charts are available in both black and white and color in the Fall Literacy Packet available in the printables section below.

Halloween Pocket Chart

The predictable text in this pocket chart set will help your students learn concepts of print such as left to right directionality, return sweep, one-to-one correspondence, and more. This activity is available in the Halloween Literacy Packet located in the printables section below.

Halloween Emergent Reader

The predictable text in this book is designed to support your emergent readers. Use this book to reinforce concepts of print such as words are separated by spaces, left to right and top to bottom, written words match spoken words, common sight words, and more. The emergent reader is available in the Halloween Literacy Packet located in the printables section below.

Halloween Read and Write around the Room Activity

This fun read and write around the room activity is available in the Halloween Literacy Packet located in the printables section below.

Halloween Word Cards

The printable word cards can be used to expand vocabulary in a pocket chart or on a word wall; they are available in the Halloween Literacy Packet in the printables section below.

Halloween Math Activities

Halloween Graphing Activity

This graphing activity is available in the Halloween Math Packet located in the printables section below.

Halloween Counting Book

This easy to assemble book helps reinforce number sense and counting. The Halloween Counting Book is available in the Halloween Math Packet located in the printables section below.

Halloween Patterns

The printable Halloween pattern activity can be found in the Halloween Math Packet available in the printables section below.

Halloween Races

Available in the Halloween Math Packet located in the printables section below, this activity will help build number sense and one to one correspondence. Students will roll a die and move their playing piece towards the haunted house.

Halloween Board Game

You kids will love this printable board game available in the Halloween Math Packet below.

Halloween Play Dough Counting Mats

Develop fine motor and counting skills at the same time! These printable play dough counting mats are available in the Halloween Math Packet below.

Halloween Number Identification Game

This game is available {in black and white or color} in the Halloween Math Packet located in the printables section below. The Halloween Number Identification game can be played using numbers 1-10 or numbers 1-20 depending on your student’s ability levels. The playing cards are available in black and white and color for your convenience. Also included are two printable recording sheets in black and white, one for each version of the game.

5 Little Pumpkins Play Dough Counting Mats {FREE}

Read more about using these 5 Little Pumpkin Play Dough Counting Mats HERE. Two mats are included, one with a witch and one without. These free counting mats can be downloaded in the printables section below.

Fun Halloween Activities

Fine Motor Fun with Spiders

You can find information for creating the fine motor spider activity on the blog.

Mini-Pumpkins

Materials: one mini pumpkin per child, liquid glue, glitter, Sharpie marker, Q-Tips.
Use the Sharpie marker to draw the outline of a Jack ‘O Lantern face on each mini-pumpkin. Have the students dip their Q-Tips in the liquid glue and fill in the outline with a thin layer of glue. Next, shake glitter over the glue and let dry. These Jack ‘O Lanterns look Spooktacular when finished!

Paper Plate Jack O’ Lantern

Materials: orange tissue paper cut into squares, black construction paper, liquid glue, liquid starch, small paper plates, paint brushes.
Use the paint brush to brush a thin layer of liquid glue over the paper plate. Next, have the students lay tissue paper squares all over their plate. Cut black triangles for eyes and nose and mouth shapes, have students glue on the eyes, nose, and mouth. When the paper is dry brush a thin layer of liquid starch over the top of the plate to create a “glazed” look.

Trick or Treat Lift-the-Flap

Materials: construction paper, scissors, crayons, Sharpie marker
Take one large sheet of construction paper and fold it hot dog style. Next, open it and lay it flat on the table and make three cuts from the bottom to the folded line, make sure your cuts are equally spaced. Close the paper back to hot dog style and you have created 4 flaps. On the top of each flap write the words “Trick or Treat”. Next, have the students use their crayons to illustrate who is Trick or Treating behind each “door”.

Halloween Printables

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Free Halloween Printables

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