Happy Halloween Printable Preschool and Kindergarten Activity Pack
It’s Fall! Time to get those pumpkins out and ready to decorate! It’s also the only time of year cobwebs are considered actual decor so it’s the busy mom’s favorite season. To kick off the Halloween season I bring you our first of many Halloween themed packs. I’m trying to do better in the way I post my printable posts, I really am. Usually I just throw them up because I’m not sure how to work them and I want to make it easy for you to download them. I am working on making them more visually appealing and understandable. 🙂 I’m looking for that golden area where there is just enough images but not so many that it takes 400 years for the page to load. 🙂 I’m also working on my smiley face addiction… I mean… I have no smiley addiction and no idea where that came from. 🙂 <- third smiley of the post
This pack has 30 pages of activities. I am trying out a new way of creating clip art and fell in love with this cute owls so I went a little over board in the owl department. There is owl counting, owl sorting, and more. I think I may have to do a whole pack dedicated to these cute owls.
These pattern cards are useful in more than just pattern creating. You can count them, use them to tell stories and more. We like to use them as visual cues in writing stories on the board sometimes.
To create this printable matching game just print two of each page. I couldn’t add more than 30 pages so I opted to add more activities instead of double to pages. 🙂 <- yes, another smiley.
The roll and count game is one of our favorite. We actually print this out for all the kids, even the older ones. They like to race to see who can make it to the top in a column first or who can fill their whole page.
Letter sorting is also fun. Although, the letter P is kinda a little harder because they look pretty similar.
These number mats match our other number pages except they have colorful artwork on them. This page offers a chance for the child to practice writing, playdough, counting, and placing a marker for each number. I purchased some Halloween themed puffy stickers for the manipulative part but someone beat me to them when we got home. 🙂
I’m working on a post that includes that black play dough.
There are two different pumpkin themed do a dot pictures. One is a pumpkin and the other the letter P. I may work up a pack of do a dots later with other Halloween themed pictures like the owls. I ran out of pages allowed in Canva. I sure do love that site, it makes creating these packs so much easier.
There are also a few no prep worksheets included such as a simple addition under 10, fill in the number before or after, symmetry finish the drawing, dot tracing, and writing practice pages to name a few. 🙂 <- last smiley for this post…promise. Smiley count 6. I’m getting better. 🙂 <- OOPS!
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