Bust out the candy and the spooky ghosts! Can your kindergartener match each Halloween word to the correct picture?
This haunting mini-book it perfect for helping kids learn while celebrating the spirit of Halloween!
Read the clues to find out who's who in this fun, Halloween-themed problem solving challenge.
Complete a Halloween-themed reading and problem-solving challenge by writing the correct name under each person.
Complete a Halloween story by pasting pictures in the correct places in a text.
Let your kindergartener practice her handwriting with a few Halloween friends. She'll write out spooky and silly items like candy, ghosts and spiders.
Trick or Treat! This worksheet is a fun way to get your child some number and counting practice in a sweet way.
It's the witching hour! Ask your child to wear her witch hat and do some magic to fill in the missing numbers in the right order.
The spiders and ghosts have eaten up a lot of letters. Is your child brave enough to go inside this haunted house and fill in the missing ones?
The ghosts are all waking up one by one! Ask your child to quickly fill in the missing letters in the coffin and run home before he wakes up the other ghosts.
Stay sharp this Halloween with a spooky subtraction sheet. Your child will solve one and two digit subtraction problems, a great way to review addition facts.
Here's a spooky subtraction sheet to celebrate the spirit of Halloween. Your child will solve one and two digit subtraction problems.
Don't let subtraction give you the spooks! Stay sharp this Halloween with a math practice sheet.
Stay sharp this Halloween by practicing addition facts with this spooky math sheet. Your child will practice solving one digit addition problems.
Addition isn't so scary! Get your student to stay sharp this Halloween by practicing addition facts with this spooky math sheet.
Here's a way for your child to learn subtraction and practice her numbers. The Halloween theme keeps counting and math fun!
Solve a Halloween riddle by reading clues and figuring out the names of these costumed kids.
Read clues and use problem-solving skills to figure out which child is dressed up in which Halloween costume.
Trick or Treat, smell our feet, give your kid some math that's neat—mix up the holiday with math, or, stir up subtraction learning with a Halloween theme!
It's not exactly the Itsy Bitsy Spider on this worksheet but the Halloween theme keeps learning subtraction fun so you can mix math practice with the holiday!
Counting practice gets a stretch with this Halloween math worksheet. Combine coloring with counting and addition!
Counting practice gets a spooky treat with this Halloween math worksheet. Combine coloring with counting and addition!
This Halloween, step up your child's addition skills with a themed worksheet featuring a slew of pumpkins for her to practice adding up.
Make math practice fun this Halloween! Stay sharp by practicing addition facts with this spooky math sheet.
Don't let your child become a math zombie this Halloween! Stay sharp by practicing addition facts with this spooky math sheet.
Sneak some addition practice into Halloween night with this festively spooky math worksheet.
Math monsters, stay sharp this Halloween with a spooky subtraction sheet. Your child will practice solving one and two digit subtraction problems.
Get your mini math monster to practice his addition facts this Halloween! Your child will practice solving one digit addition problems.
Keep your little math monsters sharp this Halloween with a spooky subtraction sheet. Your child will solve one and two digit subtraction problems.
Get in the Halloween spirit with your child with an alphabet worksheet! He will review his letters while he fills in the missing ones in these candy corns.
Boo- Hoo! These ghosts are having a Halloween party and are missing some of their digits. Ask your child to fill in the missing numbers.
Here's a spooky way to get into the spirit of Halloween! Enjoy a fun haunted house maze with your little learner.
Some letters have gone missing from these Halloween alphabet pumpkins! Ask your child to fill them in, a great way to review his letters.
Kids draw a path from the jack-o-lantern to the house by following the J's in the letter maze on this kindergarten reading worksheet.
This fun maze features a broom hidden inside a witch's hat. Can your child find the right path?
Math is more fun when you're counting spiders and black cats! Your kindergartener will look at the numbers then count and circle the Halloween items in boxes.