If you’ve been searching for a Halloween printable pack that your kindergarten to 2nd grade child can use, this is the one for you! Creative, fun and educational! And for more Halloween fun, check out the rest of our Halloween Printables for Kids.
Just in time for the 31st, I created a Halloween printable pack for Kindergarten to grade 2. I say it’s for K to grade 2 but I’m sure some of it can be done by preschoolers. I created it for my son who is in the first grade since he’s such a worksheet fanatic and loves Halloween. He’s also my best critic when it comes to printables so it works for both of us.
Plus, in our house, we love Halloween. We keep it less scary and more fun and silly and everyone has a good time in our homeschooling lessons learning with the theme being Halloween. I’m not one of those Moms that like to scare my kiddos, so having Halloween printables that are cute are important to me.
If you love to teach with the seasons and holidays, I think that you’ll really enjoy these fun Halloween Printables as well.
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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.
There are two skip counting puzzles and this ghost puzzle which is easy to cut so that you can have the kids assemble them.
Halloween Printables for Kids
My first grader loves worksheets, he can blow through a whole lot of them in a very short amount of time. I personally learn best with worksheets so I don’t mind them but my boys love hands-on learning more.
But you can’t always escape book work so these are some fun ways to use your printables. I’m always open to unique and fun ways to encourage learning, no matter what form that means for the kids.
There are two writing worksheets that I love having the writing lines in there so that they can form their letters properly as they’re writing for younger kids.
Decorate a pumpkin and completing the monster drawing activities are just the perfect Halloween fun your kids will enjoy so that they can release their creative juices.
I love having just some fun printables for creative fun so my kids don’t feel like printables are all work.
Print out these Halloween printable pdfs so that you can add some festive writing and drawing activities to your child’s day this fall season.
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Thanks for visiting our Halloween Printable Pack for K to Grade 2 post! Doesn’t it inspire you to get creative with your kiddos this Halloween season?
More Halloween Printable Activities
If you want to bring Halloween into your classroom or homeschool, print out these lacing cards to help them with their fine motor skills while keeping the mood festive.
I hope you have as much fun with these Halloween printables as me and the crew does!