Not-So-Scary Halloween Printables – Counting, Handwriting and Matching

It’s almost Halloween and we are having fun counting, writing and matching with our favorite Halloween goblins and ghosts. Before you head out the door to trick or treat, have your child practice their skills in counting, handwriting and word to picture matching for some fun brain exercises. These Halloween printables will be great for any Halloween themed party as a fun activity for the children to do. Don’t forget to check out all the Halloween themed recipes like the Minnie Mouse witch cupcakes recipe and more. Be sure to click on the Halloween printables title or picture to download and print a full size version! For more Halloween fun, check out these lists of Not-So-Scary Halloween books and movies.

Not-So-Scary Halloween Printables

Not-So-Scary Halloween Printables

Halloween Counting Fun: Count the items and then write the number below – perfect for little ones just learning to count.

They can either do numbers or the written word or both for extra practice!

Halloween Counting Fun Printable

Halloween Handwriting Fun: Write the word on the line below the picture!

For more fun, your child can also practice drawing using the same lines below.

Halloween Handwriting Fun Printable

Halloween Picture Match: Match the Word to the Picture!

Challenge your child to not cross any lines when matching for extra fun.

Halloween Picture Match Printable

Do you trick or treat the traditional way of going door to door, at the mall, only attend Halloween parties or stay home and hand out candy? We’ve done them all in the past but this year we still haven’t deciding on whether to attend only a Halloween party to do the old-fashioned door to door. After Halloween is over our local dentist collects all the candy in exchange for prizes for the children. Do you have a local dentist that does a candy swap? What will you be dressing up as this Halloween?

Mama E

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Comments (5)

  • these would be great for my youngest nephew. He just started kindergarten, so he likes to practice his letters!

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  • These are great for the kiddos and fun as well. Thank you for sharing with us.

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  • These are so cute. I wish my printer was working. I so need to get a new one.

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  • This will be great for my grandchildren. I know they will love it. Thank you so much for sharing

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  • Really cute and seasonal way to educate your kids! Thanks for sharing these with us!

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