On the 31st of October, it is Halloween. The following provides Halloween Templates, free Printables and Activities that will help you celebrate Halloween at your service and can be implemented into the curriculum for children.
With Halloween, just a couple of days away here is a list of our free Printables and Activities that you can download for free to use with children on Monday 31st October to celebrate Halloween. Haloween Theme printables include Pre Writing, Counting Numbers, Cutting Activities, Shapes Activities, Colours Activities, Colouring Pages and more!
The Halloween Songs and Rhymes Posters are great to display within the learning environment for Halloween! These are easy and catchy songs to teach children based on a Halloween theme. These songs include action and counting songs which can be used during group time or during transitions.
Halloween Tracing helps the children in their development of prewriting skills by encouraging them to trace pictures. By tracing pictures children trace over different lines and shapes while creating the picture which will give them the confidence to write letters and numbers.
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The Witches Brew Bubble Counting encourages children to identify the number on the cauldron and add the matching number of bubbles on top of the cauldron. These can be laminated and also used with play dough. This is great for children beginning to recognise numbers and also for counting and one-to-one correspondence.
The Halloween Shadow Cards encourage children to examine the different shapes of various objects and match them to their correct shadows. It helps children with visual memory and enables children to sort based on the similarity and differences of different objects.
The Halloween I Spy is a great counting game for children, Children have to count the correct "scary" picture objects and write the correct amount next to the picture. These can be laminated and children can circle the objects as they count. Great to use as a Halloween activity.
The Monster Letters Posters are great for children to recognise different letters of the alphabet. These colourful posters can be used as a room display or set up in the book corner. They can be also used to create different words for different themes.