Halloween printables are fun in the classroom for morning work, brain breaks, center time, or even during a seasonal fall party!
The free Halloween printables below include Halloween coloring options, games, literacy and math practice, and more!
Free Printable Games
Halloween Would You Rather Questions: Kids love a brain break that gives them choices other than every day life questions. I mean, would you rather answer “eat pizza every day for life” OR “be a werewolf?” I know which one sounds way cooler to me!
Free Alphabet Matching Cards for Halloween: Need something spook-tacular for your centers this week? These adorable alphabet cards can be used in a literacy center to practice alphabet recognition.
Or use them as a concentration game for student pairs!
Frankenstein Math Mystery Picture: Number awareness and place value skills are being practiced, even though most students will just consider it coloring fun!
This complimentary packet of worksheets also includes 4 different versions to differentiate with your students as needed.
Halloween Classroom Contests: Stop by this blog post to read about 3 different games and activities you can do with your students this fall holiday week, including some ideas for short story writing, an art project, and a math estimation lesson.
Fall Sugar Skulls Art Activity: Integrating art into other subjects is a wonderful way to combine the tested standards, with the much-needed fine arts skills that are often overlooked.
Love this lesson that combines social studies (awareness of Día de Muertos), art (drawing and composition), and math (symmetry) all in one to really cross-correlate all subjects at the same time.
Free Fall and Halloween Math Games and Activities: Practicing graphing skills has never been so requested by students before now!
Use these 2 different activities: one for even/odd tallies and one for 100s chart as a center activity or small group. It really makes planning your math centers this week a breeze!
Halloween Themed Lesson Plans
Crankenstein Draw & Write Activity: Everyone gets cranky from time to time (even teachers), but children aren’t always allowed to show those feelings in the classroom.
This super adorable writing activity allows students to share their feelings in a safe environment, while practicing their writing skills at the same time! #doublescore
Reading Sentences with a Halloween Twist: Sorting sentence fragments and full sentences can be ghoulish, but this free activity packet takes all the scary away.
Arthur’s Halloween Freebies for Reading: The Arthur series of books is so much fun! Classes will love hearing the story, and then practicing story elements with these included free printables to match!
A Haunted Halloween Math Challenge for 2-3: Just having the word “challenge” in the title of something makes kids want to do it even more.
Even better when that challenge involves playing with numbers!
Free Halloween Writing Prompts: Paragraph writing can be challenging even for the best writer in the class. Use these free writing worksheets as you are reviewing best practices.
Idiom Center Using Amelia Bedelia!: Halloween and Literacy goes together like orange and white in candy corn – perfectly!
Use this fun packet with the ever clever Amelia Bedelia books for a rip-roaring idiom center your students will beg to repeat.
Label a Bat FREE: Science vocabulary made simple!
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