Are you looking for Halloween preschool printables that kids will get excited about? Your preschool and kindergarten learners will love these Halloween printables.
It’s important to me that the printables for this age group aren’t scary. These activities are not scary and are still with a Halloween theme.
They are a great way to make learning fun during this Halloween season. Whether you use these educational activities during Halloween parties or for Halloween centers, your students will have so much fun!
Halloween Literacy Skills
There are different ways to play this tissue box pumpkin game. Pair it with letter magnets and use it in literacy centers to practice letters or letter sounds. Use tweezers and plastic spiders or pom poms to strengthen fine motor skills in a fun way. Practice shapes and colors with buttons or you can even turn it into a dice game.
Bat Alphabet Matching from ABCs to SATs. Match the capital letters to the lowercase letters to make the bats. This activity would also be a hit with a superhero theme.
Spider letter matching game from JDaniel4s Mom. Draw the spider card and cover the matching letter on the web. This activity focuses on letter recognition of capital letters and lowercase letters.
Try these Trace and Clip Alphabet Cards from Sea of Knowledge. Trace the letter with your finger and then clip all of the matching letters with clothes pins. You can also laminate these and use a dry erase marker with them.
Education.com has a Pumpkin Patch Missing Letters Worksheet. If your young learners are already writing their letters, this page is fun to fill in. Laminate it and use a dry erase marker to practicer over and over again.
Halloween Math Skills
This pumpkin dice game is the perfect way to practice counting and number recognition. Use it in Math centers or as a small group activity. Use blocks, buttons, or candy to cover the numbers as you roll them.
Try the playdough pumpkin dice game. Roll to create different faces on the picture of the pumpkin with play dough. What kind of face will you make? Silly? Scary? Use different colors too!
This printable pack of Halloween games for preschoolers can be played four different ways. I love that the costumes on the game cards aren’t scary. They are perfect for this age group and great for matching, sorting and playing a game of Memory.
This Halloween counting puzzle is the perfect time to practice one to one correspondence and counting! Simply print, cut, and solve the puzzle. Put them in order from least to greatest or use them to compare numbers.
Totschooling has counting mats using candy corn for monster teeth. What a great idea for using candy corn!
Darcy and Brian share a free pumpkin sorting activity. Sort the pumpkins by size (small, medium, and large) and use the free sorting mats too.
I love this Witches Brew Counting Activity from Pocket of Preschool. Print the cards and count the different combinations of Halloween objects to add to your brew. I think this activity will lead to hours of pretend play as well.
Two Pink Peonies has these Halloween dot marker pages that are adorable. It’s the perfect time to get out your dot markers and create!
Halloween Sensory Bins
Jack o Lantern Sensory Bin – This is a great sensory bin for preschoolers and toddlers. I love how the clear containers have jack o lantern faces on them and the rice is orange to scoop and pour. I can just imagine it smelling like cinnamon.
Spider Sensory Bin – The base is stretched out cotton balls to make it look like a spider web. It has different items stuck in the web. Great for pretend play too!
Make little ghosts with these 10 Ghost Crafts for Kids. These ghost crafts aren’t scary and are simple to make.
20 easy pumpkin crafts for kids to make. From paper plate pumpkins and egg carton pumpkins to working with tissue paper or yarn, these crafts are fun for kids of all ages.
More Halloween Printable Activities
Here are more fun Halloween printables for you and your children to enjoy!
Halloween Coloring Pages – Preschoolers will enjoy these simple coloring pages with a Halloween theme.
Free Halloween Dot to Dot Printables – These dot to dots are always a hit with children of all ages.
Try these Halloween story starters for older children in your writing center. These story starters are for older children. Or use them with younger children by telling the story aloud together.
Check out these Candy Corn Science Experiments and more experiments with Halloween candy. This is a great way to use extra Halloween candy or to get ready for Halloween.
I hope these free printables help you have so much Halloween fun while learning at the same time!