Halloween season is upon us, and what better time to learn than with these Halloween Preschool Printables? Your kiddos will love them! And for more Halloween fun, check out the rest of our Halloween Printables for Kids.
Who doesn’t look forward to Halloween? It’s my favorite time of year because in Canada, once Halloween hits, Christmas will soon come. These preschool printables will bring those fun spooky themes into your school day. If your child loves monsters, spiders and jack o’lanterns, this is for her.
My kids love collecting candy for Halloween and they get to wear their costumes outside rather than just in the house. We don’t do any of the scary stuff and make sure to avoid those houses that go too far with scary stuff. I know it’s supposed to be fun but my kids have never been into that stuff so we don’t force it.
In our house, Halloween is more about spending time together rather than finding ways to be scared. It’s worked well for the past few years!
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Halloween Preschool Printables
School doesn’t have to be the same old lessons every day. Change it up with some new seasonal themed worksheets to get your kids excited about upcoming holidays or events.
There are pages for vocabulary, writing, addition, subtraction, patterning, tracing, and cutting practice.
In fact, changing up the way that you do schooling at home can be a super fun idea! This is why I like to heavily focus on seasons and holidays as they’re a great focal point for even more learning fun.
The kids seem to appreciate this as well because they use this as a way to gauge what they’re going to learn for the day. I think that just a simple and fun holiday activity can turn a whole schooldays at home around.
When the kids are needing a change of plans, try some fun-themed learning instead!
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Recommended Halloween Activity Kits
These Halloween Preschool Worksheets are full of sweet treats, silly monsters and learning fun.
This cute play dough kit will make your little one busy this Halloween.
Recommended Halloween Books for Kids
Don’t forget to incorporate these spooky and fun Halloween books into your reading time with your kids. Who doesn’t love the extra snuggle time for some of these seasonal favorites?
I love letting the kids dive into books. We could literally spend hours wandering around the library or hitting up the local bookstore to find something to add to our collection. When we break into different holidays and seasons, we like to incorporate those same types of books.
Make certain to choose books about the Halloween season that aren’t going to be scary and you’ll be just fine! Below are some of our favorite book suggestions for kids so that they can love to read about all different times of the year.
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)
How to use Halloween Homeschool Printables
Print out these Halloween preschool worksheets to get more writing and vocabulary practice in a fun seasonal theme for lovers of bats, spiders, and monsters. It’s really as easy as that!
Bring the spooky monsters into your home this fall when Halloween will look very different this year.
At least we can make learning fun. All of these worksheets are a great way to get the kids focused on learning while adding a fun aspect as well.
The fun Halloween pictures will get them geared up and ready for all things Halloween!
To extend this activity, grab your favorite Halloween book, create a Halloween sensory bin, learn about bats and spiders or design your own monster with craft supplies collecting dust on your shelves.
Have fun learning in more ways that don’t include paper and writing to round out a cool Halloween theme. Turn that Halloween candy into a cell model or use the candy with toothpicks to build a home for your monster.
Then when they’re done, they can eat their project, the perfect reward. Who doesn’t love the idea of combining a fun Halloween treat with a learning lesson? It’s the best of both worlds!
Don’t forget to grab your free Halloween preschool worksheets below!
Have an awesome activity time with these awesome worksheets. Perfect for Halloween!
Free Halloween Unit Study
Thank you for visiting our Halloween Preschool Printables post! Now it’s time to create your own unit study with these other resources from some amazing bloggers.
Halloween number game from Adventures of Adam
Use this to work on number skills and make learning fun.
Halloween Tree | A Fall Nature Craft for Kids from FrogMom
Hands-on creativity is always a great idea!
Halloween Movies Not Scary from iGameMom
Looking for some great Halloween movies? Check these out!
Monster Learning Activities for Halloween from Books and Giggles
Use monsters as a motivator for learning for your child!
Halloween Board Books from The Jenny Evolution
Early readers will love these cute board books for kids!
Free Tarantula and Spider Do-a-Dot Printables (Montessori-Inspired Instant Downloads) from Living Montessori Now
Spiders don’t have to be scary at all!
Halloween Phonics Worksheet -Color by Letter from Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading
Grab some crayons or markers and let the kids have a blast.
More Halloween Activities
Don’t miss out on these other great Halloween ideas and activities for the kids. They’re a great way to get the kids interested in learning more and thinking outside the box. Perfect for fall learning or a great way to take a break from what you’re studying and having some hands-on fun.
Do you want your preschooler or kindergartener to practice their tracing skills? Get these Halloween tracing worksheets and start their fine motor practice.