Pumpkin Fun! 6 Printables Kids Love

Bring pumpkin fun home from the patch with this collection of autumn worksheets. From math to sentence building, these pumpkin printables are perfect for fall, and help kids grasp tricky concepts in a seasonal, enjoyable way!

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Holiday Math: Halloween 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.
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Halloween Sight Words: Pumpkin

Teach your kid the word "pumpkin" with this Halloween-themed worksheet. First he'll practice writing the word, and then using it in a sentence.
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Pumpkin Carving Patterns

Celebrate Halloween with these jack-o-lantern templates! Just cut them out, tape them to your pumpkin, and carve around them to create your own jack-o-lantern.
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Halloween Rhymes

This festive jack-o'-lantern will surely get your child to practice rhyming! He'll find all the rhyming word pairs and re-write them on the lines below.
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Spooky Pumpkins Coloring Page

Start your Halloween night off right with this coloring page of some spooky pumpkins.
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Trick-or-Treat Math Facts

Let's go trick-or-treating for math facts! Your beginning mathematician will have fun reviewing basic addition and subtraction with a fun activity.
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