From Preschool to High School, add a little educational fun to your Halloween week with these free and frugal Halloween printables and cute crafts too!
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Free Halloween Printables
Finding fun printables to use in your homeschool is a great way to add some holiday and seasonal fun. Take a break from the workbooks, research, and writing, and throw in a few of these fun activities! Your kids will thank you because you know all they’re thinking about is candy right about now.
- Facts for Kids about Halloween (download is featured below)
- Halloween Printable Masks from Printables Fairy
- Halloween Math Worksheets from Busy Bee Kids Printables
- Print Activities’ Halloween word search
- Carving pumpkin templates from HGTV
- Crayons and Cravings‘ Halloween Bingo
- Decorate with printable bats from Ella Claire & Co.
- Free Halloween Counting Printable from Mom’s Messy Miracles
- Halloween Cupcake Toppers by Lia Griffith
- “Take One” sign by Kori Clark
- Halloween Clip Cards at A Little Pinch of Perfect
- You’ve Been Booed Printables from Happiness is Homemade
- Halloween Themed Math Worksheets from Kidzone
- Adult coloring pages at Coloring Life
- ‘ Trick-or-Treat scavenger hunt
- Spooky fun learning packet from Darcy and Brian
- Coloring Pages from DTLK Coloring.ws
- A banner for decorating at Design Eat Repeat
- Play Halloween Bingo with Maple Planners‘ printable
- I Spy game from Planes and Balloons
- Halloween Lacing Cards from Living Life and Learning
- Halloween witch hat matching game from Wunder Mom
- Spider coloring book from The Natural Homeschool
- PreK Fun Pack from Multi-taskin’ Mom
- Beginner Halloween Pumpkin Carving Templates
- School Family‘s Halloween writing prompts
- Halloween activity pack from 5 Minutes for Mom
- Halloween Candy math from Real Life at Home
- Bright Color Mom‘s pack of mazes
- Halloween Juice Box Covers at Oh My! Creative
- Harry Potter fans will love this “Something Wicked” printable sign from Pen & Paper Flowers
- The Artisan Life‘s Halloween dot marker printables
- Also check out this website JUST for Halloween Printables!
Halloween Craft Ideas
In addition to the printables above, how about trying some of these cute Halloween crafts?
- Paper Bag Bat Halloween Craft for Kids – I Heart Crafty Things
- Yarn Monsters: A Halloween Craft For Kids – Hands On As We Grow
- Easy Halloween Craft For Kids – Toilet Paper Pumpkins – The Cards We Drew
- Halloween Bat Handprint Craft – Kid’s Craft Room
- Egg Carton Monsters – The Craft Train
- Paper Bag Monster Puppets – I Heart Crafty Things
- Toilet Roll Bat Buddies – Molly Moo Crafts
Halloween/All Saints’ Day Printable Fact Sheets
Interested in learning more about the history of Halloween and All Saints’ Day? Teach your kids with this printable resource sheet. Use the background facts and history as a piece of your unit study or as a brief rundown of the holidays. Perhaps you’ll learn something you didn’t already know!
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If you’re looking for a concise, clear, and factual printout describing the history of Halloween and All Saints’ Day, I have created this resource just for you. They are thoroughly researched and include everything you need to know to teach a unit study on the holiday, or just discuss it with your children in a knowledgeable manner.
I have been working on a printable holiday fact sheet series I have going on over at my Teachers Pay Teachers store. As I come out with new ones each month, I’m offering them FREE for a limited time. This is my newest version! I hope you enjoy it.
These fact sheets will serve as an easy and quick reference sheet for homeschool families to introduce the basic facts about the various U.S. holidays. Use them for copywork or notebooking or to introduce prior knowledge about the holiday before a project or lesson. Soon, they’ll all be in one huge download for you, too! Follow my store for the announcement – yes I’ll start it out as a FREEBIE, as always.
This is a work in progress. As I create them one at a time, they will be free for a limited time. My goal is to have them published a week or two before each occasion so that homeschool families can use them as a quick briefing of the holiday coming up. If you wish, you can “follow” me on Teachers Pay Teachers so that you will not miss when I publish them.
This resource can also be used for notebooking, lapbooking, copywork, Reading comprehension, or as a basic tool for research. Eventually, after I’ve created a page for each holiday, I plan to publish them in one large download for your convenience. Watch my TPT store for that.
You can see all my printable fact sheets for holidays and seasonal events at the TPT store. My prices are very reasonable and “frugal,” I think. Most of my printables are introduced as freebies!