The Halloween Pack is a great hands-on and low prep pack for Halloween. It has made to go with several Halloween Books. It has a fun collection of activities that can be fit to make different ages.
It is a fun pack with kindergarten, prek, preschool and tot activities. It gives you a wide range to work with the kids who have older skills and younger skills on the same activities. There is the PreK and Kindergarten pack and the Preschool & Tot Pack. Each has different skill levels.
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These are great packs that kids can use for Halloween. These have a mix of activities in them. You can find the full details of each pack below. This is a fun addition to the Halloween printables on the site.
These Halloween printables are to be used with children from 2 to 7. That covers Tot, Preschool, PreK, Kindergarten and First Grade. These printables were made to go with these books The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything, There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat!, Room on the Broom, and Big Pumpkin.
Items to Use with the Halloween Pack and Halloween Tot Pack
One of the questions I get asked most often is what do I need to have to use with this pack. And here is a great list of items you will need. Each of these items make preparing and using the the pack easier. Plus as you go through the post you can see some of the ways these items are used.
- copy paper
- There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat!
- The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything
- sheet protectors
- clear glass gems
- white cardstock
- Halloween erasers
- pocket chart
How to Use the Halloween Pack & Halloween Tot Pack
There are many different pages in the packs. I’m going to show you how to use a few of them. Most of these match up to two stories: There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat! and The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything.
You can work on counting and coloring at the same time. You have Halloween themes to count and color the correct amount. You can use crayons or markers on the page. We like to use crayons. If you are looking for more counting activities you can check out the Halloween 1 to 10 Set.
The which one is different pages is a great page you can re-use or a single-time use. You can see below how to use it many times. We love using clear glass gems to cover what is different.
There are sever pattern activities in the pack. This is one of them. You can have them cut out the squares and paste them where they belong. You can have scissors and glue in a bin to help set this activity up.
There are several puzzles in the set. You will find 4 and 10 piece puzzles in the older pack. You can see an example of the 1 to 10 here. They have 10 pieces and the puzzles go from 1 to 10, 11, to 20, 21, to 30, 31 to 40 and 41 to 50. All great ways to work on counting. I recommend printing on white cardstock and laminating them to help the pieces last longer.
A lot of the themed packs have number clip cards. This set has number clip cards from 1 to 15. it is a fun way to work on counting and fine motor at the same time. You can use loads of items with them. But we love using clothespins.
The Halloween Pack has several types of hands-on math pages. It has Addition, Subtraction, Greater than/Less Than, Counting. Plus there is also a word problem set in this series. You can see one of the addition pages. We used ghost erasers. I recommend laminating the mat and the nubmers to help them last longer. I also printed ours on white cardstock.
The Halloween Tot Pack has some pages and that simpler version of the older version but works great for younger kids. The 2 piece puzzles is an example of that. You can see similar pictures to the older but just two pieces. I recommend laminating these puzzles to help them last longer. You could also use these puzzles and cutting practice.
Another fun printable I love is the coloring book. Each of the books has 11 color words for kids to learn. They color the jack-o-lantern in many colors. The page order does not matter. I set this book up with all the matching color crayons.
Another page that I love is the prewriting pages. These have big thick lines that help those just starting out with prewriting. But if they are not ready for prewriting, give them a hands-on item to place on the lines. There are loads of Halloween erasers that you can find. We got these are Target but you can find others here Halloween erasers. I like to think of this page as the page we will get to when they are ready.
What you will find in the Free Halloween Pack – contains over 110 pages:
(part 1) 3 Part Cards, Which One Is Different, What Comes Next, Prewriting Practice, Pattern Cards, Matching Cards, 4 part Puzzles, 10 part puzzles, Clip & Count 1-15, (part 2) Find Begging Sound, Size Sequencing, Sorting Kids & candy, Pocket Chart Wall Cards, Write Begging Sound, Trace the Word, Write the Word, Hands-on Math (Addition, Subtraction, Greater than/Less Than, Counting), (Part 3) Cutting Practice, Halloween Word Matching, Halloween Matching, Count & Color, Find the Same, Pumpkin Missing ABC Lower Case, Jack-o-Lantern Color by Size, Writing Pages, Trace & Color, Color as you Read, Match Words and Scarecrow (part 4) Color the pattern, Fill in the Missing pattern, Small 8 page book, Follow the Line, Barrier Game
What you will find in the Free Halloween Pack – Contains 22 pages:
Solid Line Prewriting, Cutting Practice, 2 Part Puzzles, Color the Jack-o-Lantern, Matching Cards, 9 Pieces Puzzles
You can also check out these other Halloween activities:
- Halloween Themed Number Color & Trace
- Fun Halloween Math Game: Roll A Witch’s Brew
- ABC Find and Dot Spider Webs: Print & Cursive
- Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything Pack
Other books and other items we plan on using with this pack:
Check out all the Halloween activities on 3 Dinosaurs:
Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com