My kids are already so excited for Halloween. They even have their Halloween costumes picked out already (both Star Wars, go figure). While we’re planning for the season ahead, I’m taking advantage of the chance to mix up their learning materials with a few fun Halloween printables. I’m offering these three seasonal worksheets for you to use with your own kids, too!
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These pages can be used between multiple ages. My boys are 3 & 5, so they are at very different levels, but I like to use as much of the same material with both of them as I can. Sometimes that means modifying, which is easy to do with many of the free printables available.
These seasonal Halloween worksheets are sure to be a hit with the kids.
The tracing page can be used with kids who are just learning how to hold a pencil, or with those who just need to work on their fine motor skills. Even early writers can benefit from this practice.
Preschoolers will need you to read the numbers on the numbers & counting page and help them count the images. However, they should be able to color them independently, which will reinforce their number knowledge. For slightly older children, this may provide as a refresher.
Lastly, the look & find page should be lots of fun! Younger kids may use just one color, while older ones can assign a color to each image, and then count how many of each there are.