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I developed this Halloween Fun Pack as part of my preparation for our Homeschool Halloween Party. It consists of 15 pages of free printable Halloween worksheets and activities for preschool – kindergarten level children. Each page features beautiful graphics in black and white to make printing easy and affordable. I know that my 3 and 5 year olds are really going to enjoy working on their numbers, drawing, coloring and doing the maze and I think your children will too.
I kept the math simple by sticking with numbers up to 5 and included writing practice, counting and matching activities to match what Silas is currently working on the his Earlybird Kindergarten Mathematics Textbook A (Standards Edition). To add a bit of fun there is also a maze, haunted house coloring sheet and a pumpkin that can’t wait to become a jack-o-lantern.
In addition to working on these sheets we will also be reading a few of our favorite Halloween books.
1. Trick or Treat Pout-Pout Fish. While we haven’t read this one yet, I am getting ready to order it now. Silas loves the other Pout-Pout Fish books so I’m positive this one will be a hit as well. Admittedly, these are not my personal favorite, but I do what I can to make the little monsters happy.
2. There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat! My kids LOVE There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly! and so do I. With fun illustrations and silly words you just have to have fun reading it. I know we will all enjoy reading it over and over again.
3. Little Goblins Ten. This book will tie in so well with these worksheets! It is a counting book full of fun monsters and goblins and beautiful illustrations. We’ve had it for a while and November really enjoys it.
4. The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid Of Anything. I really love the theme of this woman not letting things that could be pretty scary get to her. It’s an older book with lots of repetitive words so it’s sure to keep the kiddos attention and have them reading along.
I hope that you enjoy the Halloween Fun Pack and book suggestions. If you’re kids have a favorite Halloween book be sure to share it below. I’m always looking for awesome new books to share with the kdis!