Check out these Preschool Halloween Printables for Free! Enjoy witches, potions, pumpkins, spiders, and more! Build fine motor skills through coloring, tracing, matching, and through cut & paste. This Halloween Printable Pack not only aligns with the festive spirit but also provides a structured way to cultivate cognitive, motor, and artistic development in preschool-aged children. Print your Halloween activities below!
Free Halloween Printables!
Break out the markers and crayons for Halloween coloring pages! Color in the fours ghosts, then color in the big Halloween pumpkin. Next, find all 10 potions in the Halloween eye spy sheet. Use a marker or crayon to circle each potion. Stickers are also a great way to build pincher strength. Peel and stick one sticker onto each potion. Next, trace the H’s in the H is for Halloween tracing sheet!
Halloween Activities for Preschool
Have fun with Halloween number counting and tracing worksheets. Trace with crayons and use scissors and glue to cut & paste. Put together an awesome Frankenstein’s monster puzzle! Match each number to its partner. Use Dot Dot markers to fill in your witches hat! Check out Pumpkin Worksheets for even more October fun!
Identify the letter H in the Haunted House Letter Recognition Worksheet. Use a Dot Dot marker to dot each letter H you find. Finally, match your letters to the word “spooky”. What does it mean for things to feel spooky? Are all spooky things bad? Or, are some spooky things friendy?
Halloween Tic Tak Toe Game!
Print your Halloween Tik Tac Toe Game onto cardstock paper. Put all the pieces into a Ziplock bag and hand out to your friends on Halloween. This printable is a great alternative to a candy treat, or great as an addition!
Trick-or-Treat Party Favors
If you are looking for a fun way to celebrate Halloween, check out these fun mini mummy piñatas! Hand them out to trick-or-treaters, or give them out in the classroom as a fun party favor!
Materials Needed: toilet paper roll, gauze, string, glue, Halloween party favors
Gather your supplies for your mummy piñatas. Cover the top of your toilet paper roll with gauze and then fill your toilet paper rolls with candy, necklaces, spider rings, and anything Halloween themed you can find!
Use a hole punch to punch two holes on opposite side of the roll. Run a piece of string through for your tag. Cover the bottom of the roll with gauze, then wrap around the whole roll. Glue two googly eyes to the roll, then label your tag! Happy Halloween!
Halloween Books for Preschool
Check out some spooky Halloween books for preschool! Reading with your little ones is a great way to build a social connection, build vocabulary skills, and discover potential interests. Read “Gustavo The Shy Ghost”, “The Little Ghost Who Was A Quilt”, and “Room on the Broom”.