Halloween is just around the corner, and it’s the perfect time to get creative with your homeschooling lessons! I know how important it is to make learning fun, and what better way to do that than with my Halloween Math Worksheets for Kindergarten?
Want more Halloween ideas? See this list of fun Halloween Printables for Kids.
The Halloween pages that I am sharing below will provide a fun and engaging way for your little ones to practice their math skills while getting into the spooky Halloween spirit! So download it now and let the fun math learning begin!
Math doesn’t have to be a bore this Halloween season, with all of that Halloween candy use it to spice up your math lessons.
You can do candy corn counting or candy patterning and addition and subtraction questions with candy.
The possibilities are endless, as a reward for their hard work, they get to eat the candy, kids love this.
It’s okay for you to take a break from your regular math lessons to have some fun or to add new ideas into your regular math curriculum. You get to decide.
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Fun Halloween Activities
Looking for some fun Halloween activities to go along with Halloween Math Worksheets for Kindergarten? Here are some ideas I found:
Bubbling pumpkin experiment: Get messy with this super fun pumpkin science experiment that will get your kids excited about Halloween.
Simple Spider Craft: Cut out the legs and body of a spider and decorate with whatever craft supplies you have, super simple.
Counting Candy Corn: Using candy corn pieces and cups, try this simple counting activity. Then they get to eat their lesson after they’re done, win win.
Spooky Dry Erase Floating Ink Experiment: With a dry erase marker and a few supplies see how cool this experiment is with your kids this Halloween.
Remember, these activities can be adjusted based on the children’s skill levels and interests. Have fun and enjoy the Halloween-themed math learning!
Recommended Halloween Books for Kids
Have fun this Halloween with any of these books your kids will love. Bring the spooky thrills indoors with a Halloween adventure before you head outside to trick or treat.
The Crayons Trick or TreatThe Halloween Tree: Build New Traditions with This Funny and Imaginative Holiday Book for Children (Halloween Gifts for Kids)Little Blue Truck’s HalloweenFroggy’s HalloweenThe Bad Seed Presents: The Good, the Bad, and the Spooky (The Food Group)Even Monsters Get Scared: Halloween books for kids Preschool (Picture Books – to Help Kid Overcome their Fears.) (Bedtime Picture Books for Preschool kids Book 5)
Halloween Math Worksheets for Kindergarten Supplies
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Recommended Halloween Activity Kits
These Halloween Preschool Worksheets are full of sweet treats, silly monsters, and learning fun.
Kids will love making cute Halloween-themed wreaths that they can hang as a decoration! This craft kit contains 8 pieces of wreath in four colours, orange, black, green, and purple.
What’s included in the Halloween Math Worksheets for Kindergarten?
Now, let’s dive into the different pages of my Halloween Math Worksheets for Kindergarten.
Missing Ghost Numbers
Cut the pictures and paste them in their proper place. This worksheet will help your child learn to recognize numbers and count objects while having fun with ghosts and pumpkins.
Halloween Count and Find
Count the number of each object and write your answers in the box. This worksheet is perfect for building counting skills and visual discrimination.
Count the monsters and color the correct answer. This worksheet will help your kids learn to identify numbers and count objects.
Solve the following instructions and write your answers in the blank. This worksheet will help your child practice subtraction skills while having fun with Halloween-themed objects.
Which Group Has Fewer?
Count the pictures and write the numbers. Circle the group that has fewer. This worksheet is perfect for practicing counting and comparing numbers.
These Halloween math worksheets provides an excellent opportunity for your kids to practice their math skills while having fun. These pages will help keep your children engaged and motivated during homeschooling and get them into the Halloween spirit.
So, why not give them a try and see how much your kids will love it? Happy Halloween!
Download the Halloween Math Worksheets for Kindergarten below
Print out these adorable math pages to have fun this Halloween season while practicing their math skills.
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