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Third Grade 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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Here's a classic jack-o'-lantern pattern to try this Halloween. Just pin it in place, trace around the edges, and presto! Pumpkin perfection!
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This printable Halloween party invitation is perfect for a monster mash. Try this printable Halloween party invitation when getting ready for Halloween night.
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Here's a fun way to learn a basic part of speech: nouns. In this worksheet your child will think of Halloween related nouns!
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Need to make a jack-o'-lantern in a pinch? Just trace or tape this pumpkin stencil to your gourd and carve around the dotted lines. Easy as (pumpkin) pie!
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This cat pumpkin pattern is a great twist on the classic jack-o'-lantern, and couldn't be easier to carve.
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For a perfect pumpkin this year, use this pumpkin carving stencil. Just attach it to your pumpkin and trace along the dotted lines.
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Looks like Frankenstein's monster is out getting a suit tailored! Write about monsters in real life with this wacky writing prompt.
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Read Vasilisa the Brave, one of Russia's most famous folk tales, with your child this Halloween, then help her answer the comprehension questions at the end.
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This pumpkin carving pattern is made for little hands -- just print it, trace it or tape it, and carve away!
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Take a stab at this haunting Halloween grammar sheet, where your child will find the adjective that describes each underlined noun.
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Do you dare to step into this twisting corn maze? Try not to get turned around by this tricky puzzle -- just find the exit as fast as you can!
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Pick up the past with this fun writing drill, perfect for Halloween time or any kid that's fascinated by monsters.
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This spooky worksheet is sure to make any fourth grader have fun with ghoulish grammar practice! Your child will practice using the articles 'a' or 'an'.
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