What hides inside this monster’s mouth? Have your kids draw all kinds of different things that could be hidden inside with this Surprise Big Mouth Monster Printable.
Can you match up all the Halloween monsters? Find the bottom parts of each of the 16 Halloween characters and complete this file folder puzzle.
Find the bottom half of the mummy, 2 bats, 4 scary monsters, a cat, a ghost, a skeleton, a vampire and a witch.
A fun game that’s perfect for toddlers and preschool although kids in kindergarten will enjoy it too.
To set up the game, print all 3 pages. Set the first two aside and cut the 16 rectangles with the bottom parts of Halloween monster bodies. Laminate those pieces and attach Velcro dots on the back. Now back to the first two sheets – you can leave them as they are, or cut around the frame. Once cut you can either laminate them and stick them inside the file folder or stick them in the file folder and laminate the file folder (you can also use clear self adhesive foil). Stick a velcor dot inside the dashed line rectangle. Find the pairs.
Make your own little pumpkin patch with this easy and fun multiplication file folder game. This one focuses on multiplication with numbers up to 10 (results under 100). Solve the equation on the pumpkin patch and match the correct pumpkin.
Simple equations are on the patch and the results are on the pumpkins. A fun file folder game for revision of multiplication or to give to kids who struggle with multiplication to give them a stress free way to improve their multiplication skills.
Laminate this file folder game for best durability.
Great to use during fall season or for Halloween learning.
Need a fun and easy Halloween craft idea? These Halloween pop up cards are great boredom busters either for a afternoon crafting at home or to make in the classroom.
We’ve made 3 different Halloween monsters for this set – a vampire with cool looking fangs, a wicked witch and a jack o lantern pumpkin.
If you are throwing a classroom Halloween party or a Halloween party for kids at your home, these make a great addition to your crafting station.
These addition worksheets are appropriate for preschoolers and kindergartners.
The pages include numbers 1 – 5 and are easy to color in.
Simple addition equations incorporated in pictures will help your kids to become better at math later on.
Students need to solve the problems in the picture (find the total of two numbers) and color the sections with the same sum in the same color.
They will be solving simple horizontal and vertical addition within 5 while coloring a cat, a pumpkin filled with candies, and a witch.
Decorate your home or your classroom with these fun moving eyes Halloween portraits, as you walk past them the eyes of the monsters will always follow you. How cool is that?
4 Halloween monsters are included, everyone spooky jet cute. Let your kids (or you) make a moving eye portrait of a vampire, witch, Frankenstein’s monster or a jack o lantern. Have the kids color in the monsters or have them use the pre-colored templates.
Such a fun Halloween craft to make.
These color by letter worksheets are great for Halloween as they feature a couple of pretty spooky (yet cute) designs.
Kids need to find the sections with the same letters and color them in the same color – as the key at the bottom shows.
The worksheets include upper and lowercase letters and are great for letter recognition.
There are 3 pages that need coloring. On the first page, there is a Halloween cat wearing a hat. The second page has a big jack-o-lantern filled with candies. And on the last one, there is a witch holding a broom.
This set of Halloween coloring pages is perfect to celebrate this spooky holiday.
There are 3 different designs to color in – a cat with a hat, a jack-o-lantern full of candies, and a witch holding a broom.
These pages are appropriate for pre-K and older kids who love to color – they can also add some of their own backgrounds, draw some bats or anything they see fit.
Looking for some simple and fun coloring pages for your kids? These silly spider coloring pages will keep your kids busy for some time. Two fun (or scary?) spider coloring pages just waiting to be colored.
They will be perfect during Halloween or any other time in the year.
The designs have wide areas to color in and are suitable for younger and a bit older kids.
Enjoy these cute crawlers and let your kids color them however they like.
Help your kids to improve their subtraction skilly with this set of Halloween color by code pages.
Kids will be practicing how to subtract numbers from 1 to 10 and have fun at the same time.
These worksheets will keep your students active as they’ll be solving some basic subtraction problems and using their favorite coloring supplies to finish off each page.
There are 3 different pages in this set that include horizontal and vertical subtraction.
The first one has a cat with a hat on it. On the second one, kids will be coloring a jack-o-lantern filled with candies. And the third one includes a witch with a broom.
Teaching your kids some of the pre-primer sight words can be fun – Halloween color by sight word worksheets are here to make that happen.
There are 3 pages in the set.
The pages include 14 high frequency sight words: big, down, find, for, go, help, in, make, run, see, the, up, where, you.
Kids need to find the sections in the picture that include the same sight word and color them in the accurate color.
On the first page, there is a Halloween cat, the second page has a pumpkin with candies on it, and the last one has a witch to be colored.
Teach your kids about shapes with these fun Halloween color by shape worksheets.
There are 3 pages in the set.
These worksheets are perfect for pre-k and K students.
Students need to find the areas that include the same shapes and color those areas with the same color.
The basic shapes included in the worksheets are a pentagon, an ellipse, a square, a circle, a kite, a star, a rectangle, a triangle, and a hexagon.
On the first one, kids will be coloring a cat with a hat – here kids really need to observe the circles and ellipses in the cat’s hat in order to color it correctly.
The second one has a big pumpkin with candies on it, and on the third one, there is a witch.
These Halloween color by number worksheets are great to use during what we like to call the spookiest time of the year. Kids will be learning numbers up to 5 in their written form – number words.
These Halloween color by code worksheets are appropriate for pre-k and kindergarten students as they are fun and simple to color in.
Children need to find the areas with the same number word and color those sections in the same color.
There are 3 pages in this color by number word set.
The first one includes a cat with a hat. The second page has a jack-o-lantern with candies on it, and on the third one, there is a witch with a broom waiting to be colored.
Practice ABAB and AABB patterns with this Halloween Patterns File Folder Game. Have your kids finish the sequence of Halloween monsters by adding the last monster in the set.
The pattersn are as follow;
ABAB – witch, mummy, witch, mummy.
ABAB – skeleton, bat, skeleton, bat
ABAB – vampire, witch, vampire, witch
AABB – mummy, mummy, vampire, vampire
AABB – bat, bat, vampire, vampire
ABAB witch, skeleton, witch, skeleton
ABAB mummy, bat, mummy, bat
AABB skeleton, skeleton, witch, witch.
Laminate this Halloween Patterns File Folder Game for long durability.
Celebrate the Halloween with these color by number sense worksheets – these are a fun way for your preschool or kindergarten kids to work on their number sense.
Kids will learn to recognize numbers shown in 6 different forms.
There are finger counting images, tally marks, number words, numbers, five frames, and dice.
When they find the same numbers, they need to color those areas in the same color. This way they will practice their fine motor skills, color recognition, and numbers at once.
There are 3 pages in the color by code set – the first page has a cat with a hat on it. The second page has a pumpkin filled with candies, and on the last one, there is a witch.
This festive set of Halloween color by number worksheets is perfect for Halloween holidays as we are sure your young learners will appreciate some stress free color by code pages.
These pages are perfect for preschoolers and kids in kindergarten as they are simple and fun to color in.
The worksheets include numbers from 1 to 5.
There are 3 different pages in this set.
On the first page, there is a big cat with a hat. On the second page, students will be coloring a pumpkin filled with Halloween candies. And on the last page, there is a witch.
This Bats Missing Letters of the Alphabet File Folder Game is great to help kids learn the order of the alphabet.
Each of the bats has two letters on his wings, and the letter that comes between those two letters is missing. Kids need to place the correct body circle on the bats. A bat with the letters A and C on his wings is missing the letter B body, the bat with D and F on his wings is missing the letter F, the bat with the letters G and I on his wings is missing the letter H body and so on.