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Halloween Worksheets

Halloween worksheets are an excellent tool to help you and your kids get into the spooky spirit! These Halloween worksheets for kids have been made by experts in the education field, and include both educational and purely fun exercises. There are pumpkin coloring pages, scary story starters, Halloween party invitations, bat flyers, and more. Use these Halloween worksheets to celebrate this October, and have a scary good time!

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Read this creepy story about a mythological creature called a korrigan, then answer the comprehension questions at the end.
Halloween
Third Grade
A soldier meets a mysterious stranger in a graveyard. Could this be the dark figure that townsfolk have seen darting in and out of the shadows?
Halloween
Third Grade
In this old Nigerian folk tale, a young villager ends up marrying a real bonehead. (Sorry, we had to.)
Halloween
Third Grade
This old Native American myth, The Raven Steals the Light, is the perfect story to spook -- but not scare -- kids this Halloween.
Halloween
Third Grade
For October (or just for kids who love scary stories!), here's a great telling of Bancho Sarayashiki, one of Japan's most famous ghost stories.
Halloween
Third Grade
In Irish mythology, the dullahan is the spirit of a headless man said to ride on a black horse, causing chaos wherever he goes. Sound like any stories you know?
Halloween
Second Grade
In Irish folklore, the banshee is a ghost-like being that sings a spooky song to scare the living. Color in these rock stars in the spirit of Halloween.
Halloween
Second Grade
Celebrate Halloween by coloring in a group of scary bats under the stars.
Halloween
Kindergarten
Get ready for a haunting Halloween, and enjoy a spooky coloring page! Your child will give the ghostly tree a little color.
Halloween
Kindergarten
Play a fun, Halloween-themed variation of the classic Go Fish card game.
Halloween
First Grade
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
Kindergarten
Polish your werewolf story writing this All Hallows Eve. Do some werewolf story writing in this Halloween worksheet.
Halloween
Fifth Grade
With the lattice method of multiplying your third grader can learn a new way of thinking about numbers. Get some practice multiplying double digit numbers.
Halloween
Third Grade
BOO! Though these scary Halloween ghosts may give you a fright, they're actually quite friendly and want some colors. Can your child help?
Halloween
Kindergarten

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