Halloween Cut and Paste Printables (free)

Are your ready to help your preschooler strengthen fine motor skills and scissor skills in a fun way? These free printable cut and paste worksheets with a Halloween theme are the perfect way for young learners to practice in the month of October.

These free Halloween printables are not scary, but still have a Halloween theme which is perfect for younger children.

Free Cut and Paste Activities

Haunted House Cut and Paste Printable Activity

These free worksheets are a great way for young children to practice cutting simple shapes. Cut out the squares. One square has candy corn, one square has a cat, and the other has a pumpkin. Glue the shapes into any window of the house. I like this printable because it has a Halloween theme, but isn’t spooky.

Black Cats Cutting Strips

Cutting strips are so much fun and a great way to strengthen scissor skills. Print the strips onto card stock. Card stock is easier than paper to cut for beginners. Cut the strips apart. Now challenge your child or student to cut between each cat. After the cats are cut, make a collage and glue them onto construction paper or sort the cats by type. These printable worksheets are sure to be a big hit!

Spider Webs Cutting Practice

Cut along the dotted lines to get to each spider web. This simple activity is a great way to practice cutting longer straight lines. Pair it with spider web slime for another opportunity to strengthen fine motor skills.

Spider Cut and Paste Printables

This free preschool cut and paste activity is open ended. Cut along the dotted line to cut out the shapes with spiders in them. Glue the spiders to the web in any way you want. Talk about the shapes that were cut out and the color of the spiders.

Pumpkin Patch Cut and Paste Puzzle

This cut and paste activity is a fun way to practice number recognition too. Challenge your child to cut along the lines, mix up the pieces, and then put them back together in order.

These printable activities would be a great addition to a Halloween party. They are a great way for young kids to keep busy while waiting to go trick or treating. These are a great way to strengthen fine motor skills in addition to these pumpkin fine motor mats.

Download the Halloween Cut and Paste Printables

Looking for more Halloween fun? Try some Halloween crafts like these easy ghost crafts or pumpkin crafts for preschoolers. Print out Halloween coloring pages for kids.

Check out these Halloween dot to dot printables for older kids. Or work on literacy skills with older kids using these Halloween Story Starters. Kids are sure to get creative with those!

Make Math fun with this Halloween counting game that is kind of like Chutes and Ladders or free Halloween Counting Puzzles.

Happy Halloween!

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