Halloween Worksheets for kids of all ages. There’s symmetry worksheets to complete the missing half, tracing worksheets to trace Halloween words and color the pictures. Spooky Halloween math worksheets to challenge the kids. Cut and Paste worksheets to make fun Halloween characters. Match up Halloween characters and paste the missing parts activities. For those special Halloween or school projects, there’s Halloween ruled paper to print with ghosts, cats, frogs and fun Halloween characters.
Symmetry worksheets for kids to do during the Halloween season. Kids complete the pictures by drawing the matching half of the picture that is missing. Choose from pumpkins, vampires, spiders, skeltons and ghosts. Color the Halloween pictures after the kids have completed drawing the symmetry lines.
Challenge the kids to trace the Halloween words with pictures. Trace words with haunted house, witch, pumpkin, trick or treat, dracula, frankenstein, and bat. Help wanda the witch find her black cat by tracing the line to her beloved cat. There’s a pumpkin tracing path worksheet to help kids work on their fine motor skills. Kids trace the lines to the pumpkin character and help the Halloween characters find their way.
Halloween Math Worksheets
Math worksheets with cute Halloween characters to count and add. Pumpkin count, spider web count, and count Halloween pumpkin characters to find how many is in each group. Pumpkin and spider web fractions are fun ways for kids to learn their fractions. Halloween code math is an adding worksheet where kids match the pictures to the numbers to find the answer.
Halloween Printable Paper
Lunch box notes to print and fold in half. Halloween mini notes with bats and pumpkin borders. Halloween spooky notes to write something spooky on the back. Halloween ruled paper for that extra special letter you must write on Halloween! Choose a variety of ruled paper with Halloween frogs, black crows, a costume juggler, black cat, scary ghost and cute Halloween characters.
Cut and Paste Worksheets
Cut and paste Halloween characters to mix and match heads and bodies to make that perfect Halloween character. Mix and match witches, dracula, vampire bat, frankenstein and werewolf. Cut out spooky characters and paste into a Haunted House scene. Cut and paste a witch pumpkin to put the pieces together. Find the missing parts to the ghost and paste them into the correct spots.
Halloween Fun worksheets for the preschoolers. Complete the Halloween Match-up activity by drawing a line to match the Halloween word with the picture. Color the pictures afterwards. Kids will enjoy completing this easy Halloween worksheet by printing the correct witch hat number on each pumpkin character on the Halloween Witch Hat match up worksheet. Help Wanda the witch find her friend by following the alphabet trail from A to Z.
Have a Zombie Party this Halloween with fun Halloween Printables. Free printable party invites, party poster, wristbands, treat labels, caution signs and soda bottle labels. Just add games, treats and zombies to complete the party. Print on heavy card stock works best for most of these Halloween printables. Try using craft scissors to cut out most of the labels to give it that extra special touch. Have the kids help cut out and put together the halloween printables.
Hand out fun wristbands to the kids at the party. Choose from orange or green wristbands with “Zombie Alert” and “Zombie Parts” messages. Kids will have fun wearing these cute zombie wristbands. Use these wristbands to group the guests into teams based on color of wristband. Have the teams compete in fun party games. Cut out the wristbands to the size of the child’s wrist and tape ends.
Decorate cupcakes and muffins with cupcake wrappers and treat toppers. Add colorful gummy worms or candy eyeballs to these treats to make them extra creepy. Fill some treat bags labelled with “Parts Inside” and add halloween candy. Wrap your favorite large soda bottle with a soda bottle label that displays “Zombie Tonic”. Orange soda and cream soda looks great with these bottle labels. Water bottles are a great refreshment to add to parties. Add zombie tonic labels and watch the kids drink water like never before. Use tape to attach the labels to the bottles.
Display a “Caution Zombie Crossing” or “Danger Zombies” sign for a Halloween party or for the trick or treaters. Hang up on the door, lamp post or near all the treats. Great for displaying around the home at halloween parties. Use craft scissors and tape to cut around the edges and attach. Laminate the signs or print on heavy cardstock to attach to sticks or dowels. Place these sticks along walkways or in the ground in front of the house.
Throw a zombie party with party invites to hand out and a party poster to hang up on the door or wall. Find special treats and prizes to keep the zombies entertained. Stage a best costume contest and see who is dressed as the best zombie. Make ballots and have all the guests fill out the name of the best dressed and place it in a bowl. Count the ballots and announce the winner. Have the winner perform their own zombie impression. Add candy eyeballs to a jar and have the guests fill out their name and number of eyeballs in the jar. Best guess wins the eyeball jar. If you can’t find candy eyeballs, try colorful gummy worms. Ask the kids if they can think of any fun games to play at the party.
Keep the zombies happy this Halloween with fun Zombie Printables. Easy to print and make party props for any Halloween party.
Halloween Printables with scary door hangers, creepy stickers, haunted Halloween Bookmarks, and a DIY Halloween cartoon book. Use these Halloween printables for home, school and daycare to share with kids as a class or group project. These Halloween printables are great for kids, preschoolers and trick or treaters.
Halloween Props with Scary Door Hangers
Choose from eight scary creepy Halloween Door Hangers to hang on inside or outside door knobs. Kids can color and complete with their own words a vampire or witch door hanger to display around the home. Print a vampire boy “playing nicely”, a ghost with “scary things happening in this room”, monster with “monsters are out, do not enter”, graveyard pumpkin “enter at your own risk, do not be afraid…”, Trick or Treat Warewolf, and “Happy Halloween” vampire. Kids can place them on their bedroom door knobs for Halloween fun.
Fun Haunted Halloween bookmarks to keep the kids reading with the Halloween spirit. Just print out on cardstock, laminate or cover with clear tape and place inside book. Use these bookmarks when reading Halloween stories to the kids at home, school or daycare. Teachers can hand out these bookmarks to encourage kids to read. Surprise the trick or treaters with fun Halloween bookmarks.
Halloween Cartoon Book
Complete the Halloween Cartoon Book by coloring and adding fun words in the speech bubbles. Cut out the picture boxes afterwards and staple together. Kids choose the pictures that they want to include in their Halloween comic book. Halloween characters with witches and broomsticks, vampire bats, graveyard ghosts, flying pumpkins, walking frankenstein, scary black cats and creepy spiders. Have the kids read the books aloud to the rest of the family. Teachers can have the kids complete these Halloween comic books at school to share a fun Halloween group project.
Halloween Printables with Cool Stickers
Fun Halloween printables with cool stickers that can be printed on sticker paper or used as a cut and paste project. Kids can color their own stickers or print colored ones. Choose from four sticker sheets to print and one lunch box sticker sheet to place in kids lunch boxes.
Fun Halloween Fun Printables to keep the kids entertained during this spooky time of year.
Kids will enjoy playing these Halloween games. Start off the Halloween season with a family game of Halloween Bingo. Print out a few sheets of the Halloween Tic Tac Toe Game for the kids. Halloween Fun Games that are easy to print and play.
Halloween Games start with Bingo
Halloween Bingo cards comes with three bingo cards, bingo game cards and tokens. Print out as many tokens you will need for each player. Cut out the Bingo Cards to call out the picture. Each player starting with the younger get a turn at turning over a faced down bingo game card. The player then calls out the picture on the card and shows the other players. The players check to see if they have that picture on their game card and places a token on it if they do. First player to have a straight line of tokens is the winner.
Halloween Tic Tac Toe Game
Easy to print and play Halloween Tic Tac Toe is a fun game for all ages. Just print and play at home and on the go. Cute ghosts and pumpkins as markers for the game.
Halloween crafts that are simple to make and print. Kids can make a colorful ancient tiki mask, use a carving stencil for that perfect pumpkin carving, bake up some Halloween treats and wrap them with ghosts, witches and pumpkin treat wrappers. Finish off the Halloween event with Halloween Scrapbook pages to add memorable costumes.
Halloween Crafts with Easy to Make Masks
This year have the kids color their very own Halloween mask with these ancient tiki face masks. There’s five to choose from, just print out, color and add string or an elastic band to attach to the mask. Print on stock paper works best and using markers with bright colors works well. Having a Halloween party, use these masks as a fun craft for the kids. Makes a great class project for school.
Halloween Pumpkin Carving Stencils
Easy to carve pumpkin stencils for that perfect pumpkin. Just print and cut out pieces of the stencil before placing the stencil on the pumpkin. Using tape place the stencil on the pumpkin and draw lines with marker where the cutouts are on the stencil. Remove the stencil and with an adults help have the children cut out the markings on the pumpkin.
Halloween Candy Wrappers
Kids love to bake and put together Halloween candy treats during the Halloween season. The kids can create fun Halloween crafts to help decorate cupcakes, candy bars, lollipops and treats. Start off by printing our Halloween cupcake wrapper ghosts, creepy eyes or candy corn printables. Wrap up the candy bars with witches, candy corn, black cats or ghosts for Halloween to share with trick or treaters. Use fun Halloween character treat toppers to add to a variety of deserts.
Use these fun Halloween crafty projects to wrap up some treats for the sweet tooth trick or treaters.
Halloween Scrapbook Pages
Add those fun Halloween trick or treaters and costume pictures to Halloween Scrapbook pages. Choose a variety of scrapbook pages with ghosts, witches, bats and mommies. Cut out the photos and tape to the scrapbook pages to add to a Halloween scrapbook.
Easy to make Halloween Fun Crafts for home, school and daycare.
Kids can keep track of the days until Halloween with these Halloween Countdown Calendars. Choose from a calendar to color each day or a pumpkin page to place stickers for each day until Halloween. Calendars can help the kids with their counting skills. Kids can count how many days until Halloween and how many days they colored. Younger kids can practice writing their numbers by printing each day of the month on the pumpkin calendar.
Halloween Countdown 2016 Calendar
Print this fun Halloween countdown calendar to color each day. Color pumpkins, witches, ghosts, bats and cats until you reach Halloween Day! Countdown the days until Halloween by counting the days that do not have any colored characters. Have the kids count how many witches, ghosts and pumpkins they colored. Hang up on the fridge or wall at home, daycare or school.
Halloween Countdown Pumpkin
Use this Halloween pumpkin sheet to place a Halloween sticker on each day. Kids can choose to color the circles with Halloween colors, black, orange and purple. Have the kids print the day of the month on each circle for October. Ask the kids how many circles they placed stickers or colored. Color the pumpkin picture afterwards.
Fun Halloween Calendars to help kids count the days until Halloween. This activity helps kids recognize numbers, count the days and practice their fine motor skills with coloring inside the lines.
Print a countdown for each child in the classroom or at home. Who can tell you how many days left until Halloween? Fun activity for kids in preschool, elementary school and daycare. Teachers can pin a countdown calendar on the board and have a child each day color the picture.
For the toddlers, have them put on stickers on the Halloween pumpkin and when the pumpkin is all filled-up they will know that it is Halloween!
Happy counting 🙂
Nut Allergies can be a challenge with Halloween Trick or Treaters. Choose from Nut-free posters, labels, treat-toppers and Halloween party printables. Display posters to show Trick or Treaters that Peanut/Nut Free Candy is available. Alert the trick or treaters with an “Out of Peanut/Nut Free Candy” poster. Print on cardstock paper and tape a stick to the back. Stick it in the ground or place in a window.
Halloween Party Printables for Nut Allergies
For parties with nut allergies, hand out Halloween Peanut-Free Party Invites to friends and family to let them know the party details. Print out the “Food Free Party Poster” and include it with the invites if you are having a party without food and want it to just be about costumes and games. If you are having a party with peanut-free food we have a poster for that as well. Fun Peanut-Free Halloween Treat Toppers with pumpkins, witches and goblins that can be placed on top of muffins and cupcakes.
Halloween Nut Allergies Posters and Labels
Place these Halloween Nut Allergies posters around the home and school to help keep kids safe for Halloween. These posters can be used to display on windows and doors that peanut and nut free candy is available for kids with nut allergies. Choose from a variety of peanut and nut allergies posters with Ghosts, Witches, Pumpkins, Bats and Spiders. There’s even a Peanut and Nut Free Mustache Poster. Hang up the “We Have Peanut-Fee Treats for Halloween” door hanger on the outside door knob.
Kids can wear Halloween peanut free badges to display their nut allergies when trick-or-treating. Use these Halloween peanut and nut free labels to stick to trick-or-treat bags, candy bowls, pumpkins, candy and more.
As a precaution, advise the kids to not eat any trick or treat candy until their parents check all the candy first!
Have a safe and fun Halloween with Nut Allergy Posters, Labels and a Nut Free Halloween Party!
Halloween Party Ideas to help celebrate the Halloween season. Pin up a Halloween Poster to let them know about the Party. Send Halloween invites and keep track of the ghosts and goblins that are attending the party with a printable Halloween party list. Use our Best Costume ballots to judge the Best Halloween Costumes and award them with our Best Costume Certificates. Decorate the house with Halloween party printables. Use these Halloween Party Ideas for home, school and daycare.
Halloween Party Ideas with Posters and Party Invites
Start off the Halloween party right with Halloween Invites to hand out. Add a Party Poster to the invites or hang it on the party door. Use our Halloween Party Invite List Poster to record the attendees and their phone numbers. These Halloween party ideas along with your own ideas will help get the party off to a great start.
Halloween Party Ideas with fun Halloween games to play during the party. Print the “Halloween Party Teams” sheet to record the names of the players in each team. Teams will be recorded as the “Witch Team” or “Mummy Team”. Use these teams to play a variety of group games such as the “Mummy game”, “Spider game” and “Ghost Bowling”. One game that is fun for all is the “Mummy Game”.
The Mummy Game consists of each group racing to be first to have a mummy wrapped in toilet paper by the other members of the group. Choose one member or a stuffed toy to be wrapped. Each team starts of with a roll of toilet paper. Before the game begins, each team picks a mummy (one that will get all wrapped up) . When the host says begin, each team using all players will have to carefully wrap the mummy from head to toe or toe to head with the toilet paper. The team that finishes first is the winner. The rule of the game is that the group cannot break the toilet paper from the roll before completing. If they do so, they will have to start over. The game can be repeated by allowing each team member to be the mummy (you may want to purchase cheap toilet paper!).
Best Costume Game
The Best Costume Game has each guest fill out a Best Costume Ballot to vote on best costume for “Scariest Costume”, “Funniest Costume”, and “Best Costume” categories. Kids write down one player in each box that they think has the best costume for each category. Ballots are place in a box or bowl when completed by each player. When all ballots are completed the host records the ballots on the “Best Costume Winners” poster. The players with the most votes are recorded. Afterwards, the host can hand out “Best Costume Certificates” for each of the categories to the winners. Tape candy to each of the certificates to make them extra special.
Ghost Bowling Game
For the Ghost Bowling Game, add round large eyes and a mouth using a black marker on toilet paper rolls and line up as you would bowling balls. Use a soft ball or small pumpkin for the kids to take turn knocking them down. Place kids in groups to see how many tries it takes for each group to knock down all the toilet paper rolls. Each group member should have a turn to knock down the bowling paper rolls.
Play the Spider Game by using 2 different colored strings (yarn) with everyone in a circle, use colors such as black and orange if available. Each team passes their string to each teammate to see who runs out of string first. What a web they will weave!
Halloween Party Decorations
Our Halloween Party ideas would not be complete without Halloween Decorations and Props. Decorate the house this year with homemade Halloween decorations. Pin up a Halloween Banner with each letter of the word “Halloween”. String them together with black or orange ribbon (colors should be available around Halloween) or plain string (fishing line works well too). Use these fun Halloween characters shaped as circles to stream around the house. Punch holes and use string or fishing line to stream and hang up around the house. Add Halloween labels to water bottles with our Halloween Water Bottle Labels. Choose from “I’m Watching You” with scary eyes or “A Special Drink for You” with a spooky spider. Hand out the Halloween Party Thank You Candy Bar Wrappers to thank the guests for coming. Just wrap up a large chocolate candy bar with the Halloween candy bar wrapper and trip where needed.
Halloween Party Ideas with Halloween Party Printables to keep the kids entertained with fun games and homemade Halloween party decorations the kids can help to put together.
Halloween Activities for Kids
Kids will have fun this spooky season with fun Halloween Activities. Choose from a variety of Halloween activities such as spooky DIY spooky bookmarks, stickers, cartoon book and more. Coloring pages with witches, ghosts, zombies and pumpkins. Halloween games with Bingo and Tic Tac Toe. Simple Craft projects with yummy treat labels, pumpkin carving stencils and scrapbook pages. Throw a Halloween party with zombie party and treat ideas. Pin up some Halloween posters and banners.
Throw a Halloween party with zombies, witches, ghosts, goblins and bats. Send Halloween party invites to let everyone know about the party. Keep track of the ghosts and goblins that are attending the party with a printable Halloween party list. Pin up party posters on the door or send with the invitations. Fun party props with zombie wristbands to hand out to all the little zombies. Use them as tickets to get into the zombie party. Decorate the house this year with homemade Halloween decorations and party props. Put together a fun Halloween banner and add scary eyes or zombie parts bottle labels to soda bottles and water bottles. At the end of the party hand out trick or treat cards, drawing and coloring pictures.
Fun Halloween crafts with Pumpkin Stencils to carve the perfect pumpkin. Kids can color and make their very own mask for Halloween. Great group project for kids at home, school, daycare and parties. The kids can make fun Halloween labels to decorate cupcakes, candy bars, lollipops and treats. Start off by printing our Halloween cupcake wrapper templates with ghosts, creepy eyes or candy corn. Wrap up the candy bars with witches, candy corn, black cats or ghosts for Halloween to share with trick or treaters. Use fun Halloween character treat toppers to add to a variety of yummy deserts. Add those fun Halloween costume pictures to Halloween Scrapbook pages. Choose a variety of scrapbook pages with ghosts, witches, bats and mommies. Print out the photos and tape to the scrapbook pages to add to a Halloween scrapbook.
Halloween Coloring Pages
Kids can color witches, pumpkins, bats, zombies, haunted houses, mummies and vampires. Hang these completed coloring pages to walls and fridges to help decorate the house for Halloween with Halloween Coloring Pages.
Halloween Countdown Calendars
Kids can keep track of the days until Halloween with these Halloween Countdown Calendars. Choose from a calendar to color each day or a pumpkin page to place stickers for each day until Halloween.
Use the “Halloween Party Teams” sheet to record the names of the players in each team for fun Halloween party games such as the “Mummy game”, “Best Costume Group”, “Ghost Bowling” and the “Spider Game”.
Print fun Halloween games such as Halloween Bingo, Tic Tac Toe, crossword and word search puzzles for the kids. Challenge the kids with printable Halloween mazes.
Halloween Peanut/Nut Free Labels
Halloween Peanut/Nut allergy labels, posters and stickers for trick or treaters and Halloween parties. Kids can wear these labels while trick or treating to display allergies. Place Peanut/Nut free allergy treat labels to allergy-free treats. Hang up on the outside door to display posters with Peanut/Nut Free candy and posters with “Out of Peanut/Nut Free Candy” for all those trick or treaters with allergies.
Halloween Fun Activities for kids with so much to choose from.
Flashcards for kids with a variety of animal groups to choose from. Kids can learn all about farm animals, pets, birds, reptiles and insects. These colorful and easy to print Animal Cards can help teach kids about the different types of animal groups. Kids can discover where we typically find these animals whether they are at the zoo or in the wild, on a farm, outside the home or moving around in our very backyard. Kids love to explore different creatures and they can be easy to find most of the time such as around the house, in a forest or in the water.
Cut zoo animal flashcards with a lion, peacock, elephant, panda bear, penguin, gorilla, zebra, seal, kangaroo, ostrich and giraffe. Ask the kids what other zoo animals they would see at a zoo.
How many farm animals do the kids recognize with these farm animal flashcards? Included are a chicken, rooster, horse, goat, duck, goose, bull, cow, pig, sheep, turkey, rabbit.
Bird flashcards with a penguin, swan, ostrich, duck, flamingo, pelican, hummingbird and seagull. Have the kids name birds that they see outside of the house.
Reptile flashcards with a lizard, cobra snake, turtle and frog. Ask the kids what reptile do you commonly see in a forest?
Insects with a snail, ladybug, dragonfly and spider. Have the kids catch a few insects outside to discover how many legs, wings and antennas they have.
Pet flashcards with a dog, cat, goldfish and bunny. Find out from the kids what other animals make good pets?
Ideas for Flashcards
All the cards can be printed and laminated, glue on cardboard, heavy paper or on a bristle board. Use as a game and print all the animal cards and place them on the floor or table and have the kids group them together into their proper groupings, i.e. insects, zoo, farm. Ask the kids about the animals habitat, where they live, what they eat, etc.