# Halloween Counting and Number Recognition Practice

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Practice counting and number recognition skills with this set of Halloween-themed counting worksheets featuring all kinds of exercises with the numbers 1-100. Our Halloween character dot-to-dots are a great way to work out fine motor skills, and the skip counting and fill-in-the-blank exercises help kids get a firm handle on numerical order. Whatever your goal, our worksheets make learning numbers a little less scary.

### Halloween Numbers: Candy!

Trick or Treat! This worksheet is a fun way to get your child some number and counting practice in a sweet way.

### Halloween Dot-to-Dot: Cat

Kids can practice their counting skills by connecting the dots on this Halloween cat. They'll also give their fine motor skills a boost as they work.

### Halloween Maze: Even Numbers

In this Halloween maze, follow the even numbers out of this scary graveyard. But watch out -- there are odd numbers waiting to trip you up!

### Spider Counting and More

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.

### Halloween Dot-to-Dot: Scarecrow

Kids can practice their counting skills by completing this dot to dot Halloween scarecrow. They'll give their fine motor skills a boost as they work.

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### Graveyard Ghost Counting

Do some Halloween counting to fill in the missing numbers on the tombstones! Ask your child to practice Halloween counting to fill in the missing numbers.

### Halloween Dot-to-Dot: Ghost

Kids can practice their counting skills by completing this Halloween dot-to-dot ghost. They'll also give their fine motor skills a boost as they work.

### Halloween Numbers

Boo-Hoo! These number ghosts are having a Halloween party, but before it starts they need all of their digits. Your child can help by completing the numbers.

### Halloween Dot-to-Dot: Witch

Kids can practice their counting skills by completing this Halloween dot-to-dot witch. They'll also give their fine motor skills a boost as they work.

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### Halloween Numbers: Witch Hats

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.

### Halloween Dot-to-Dot: Bat

Kids can practice their counting skills by connecting the dots on this spooky bat. They'll also give their fine motor skills a boost as they work.

### Halloween Numbers: Bats

Bats around this haunted tree and need help with missing numbers between 70 and 76!