59 Halloween Worksheets for Kindergarten: Free and Fun!

Halloween Kindergarten Worksheets Pin

Looking for some spooky fun for your little learners?

Well, Halloween is such an exciting time for kids, and the perfect time to add a little flair to school work!

These Halloween worksheets for kindergarten students will do just the trick, Homeschool Mama!

And yes, there really are 59 worksheets if you print out every packet.

Below you will find all the Halloween-themed worksheets and printable activities you can handle! And regardless of where your kindergartener’s skills are at, there is something here that they will enjoy.

I was also careful to include a range of Halloween season printables that are not “too spooky” for younger children. I know there are those that love scary things…and those that don’t.

So be sure to look through everything to find the perfect fit for your student.

Enjoy and Happy Halloween!

Free & Fun Halloween Worksheets for Kindergarten

1. Halloween Worksheets for Kindergarten Packet – 20 pages!

Halloween Worksheet for Kindergarten Packed

This instant download of free Halloween worksheets has a little bit of everything, Homeschool Mama.

You will find:

  • Math worksheets that focus on counting, addition, number identification, graphing, an addition dice game, and size sorting.
  • Writing worksheets that focus on writing skills: tracing, simple sentences, copy work of Halloween words, and even a “spooky” acrostic poem.
  • Halloween activities that include drawing a Halloween picture, making your own puzzle, search and find, and Halloween coloring pages.

Click Halloween Worksheet Packet for an instant download PDF file only to be used for personal homeschool use, classroom use, or co-op use.

2. Halloween Do A Dot Worksheets

Do A Dot Halloween Printable

Do a dot is a blast for kids at just about any age – man, I even think they’re fun to play with!

Kindergarteners can work on fine motor skills as they dot ghosts, witch hats, bats, jack-o-lantern, and creepy houses.

Definitely break out your washable do a dot markers and have your kindergartener decorate these spooky free printables from Easy Crafts for Kids.

3.  Halloween I Spy Printables


This I Spy Halloween activity is so much fun for kids!

Perfect for any Halloween party, just print out this free worksheet from The Printable Fairy and let your kindergartener spy, color, and count whatever spooky things they find!

4. Printable Halloween Playdough Mats


These playdough mats are a genius idea from The Printable Fairy!

Your kindergartener can use playdough to make their own spiders to go on the web, create a face for a jack-o-lantern, add wings to a bat, or place ghosts in a haunted house.

Be sure to slide the paper into a plastic protector so that they can use them over and over again for new ideas!

5. Halloween Dot to Dot 1-18

Free Printable Halloween Dot to Dots

What kid doesn’t love seeing a dot-to-dot image come to life as they connect the dots?!

Sometimes they can be overly challenging for young kids, but these 1-18 dot to dot worksheets are the perfect thing to review number order, make a cool picture, and have some Halloween fun!

You can download them for free from Simply Full of Delight.

6. Halloween Color By Number Worksheets

Halloween Color By Number Worksheets

Probably the only thing more exciting than a dot-to-dot worksheet is a color by number!

You can download all 10 of these coloring pages from I Spy Fabulous and let your kindergartener choose between coloring a jack-o-lantern, skeleton, cat, witch, spider, Frankenstein monster, ghost, mummy, and more.

I particularly like that the images are so age-appropriate and not overly scary for little ones. Parents can also consider picking and choosing which worksheets they want to offer the child, if they would prefer not to focus on things like witches, ghosts, etc.

****Color by number is a great way for young learners to work on recognizing color words. Even if you have to help them color in the crayons with the correct color, he will still be looking at the word over and over again to complete the picture!

7. Halloween Kindergarten Math Worksheets


These kindergarten Halloween theme math worksheets are a fun way to practice those math skills!

When you download them from Living Life and Learning, you will get 11 pages of bright, colorful pages full of Halloween counting pages, addition pages, subtraction pages, skip counting pages, and math puzzles!

8. Candy Corn Pattern Worksheets

Candy Corn Pattern Worksheets

This Halloween themed pattern worksheet is spooktacular!

Let your kindergartener cut out the candy corn monsters and use them to complete the patterns.

You can find the easy print download at Simple Everyday Mom.

9. Halloween Tic Tac Toe Game Printable

Halloween Tic Tac Toe Party Printable

If you are looking for some fun Halloween activities that are a little less worksheet based – try this fun Halloween game!

Kids love playing Tic Tac Toe, and the only thing that could make it better is using candy instead of pencil marks to play!

Grab the free worksheets at Ideas For The Home and add this to your Halloween lesson plans, Halloween party, or even your Halloween night plans.

10. Halloween Experiment Worksheet Printable for Kindergarteners


Does your kid prefer more hands-on activities to get in the Halloween spirit?

This candy corn science experiment printable is just the thing they need!

It is the perfect way for young kids to practice the scientific method – I mean, who doesn’t love working with candy corn?!

All your young scientist has to do is draw their predictions of what they think will happen when candy corn is dropped in different kinds of liquids. After the experiment, they can draw the actual results and compare.

Such a super fun activity for all ages that doesn’t require writing for little hands.

Grab the free printable worksheets at Primary Parade.

****FYI, you do have to scroll down the page to get to this particular experiment.

Recap Halloween Kindergarten Worksheets

I hope these free Halloween printables make this the best spooky holiday ever for your young children!

Feel free to download all 59 pages and use them throughout the week leading up to Halloween to build up the excitement.

Or you can just grab the math worksheets and a pumpkin coloring page or two. Whatever you decide, your kid will appreciate the effort to bring in some holiday fun to your homeschool!

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