7+ Delightful Halloween Preschool Printables That Are Actually No-Prep

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Inside: Print these Halloween Preschool Printables and have the best Halloween with your preschooler EVER.

Halloween is just around the corner and what better way to prepare for it than with a few fun and educational printables? Get your preschooler in the spirit with pumpkin math problems and silly monster crafts. Holidays are a great way to incorporate more learning. Kids are excited about pumpkins, spiders, and monsters, so they're excited about having them to learn with!

And what a fun time of year!

Filled with spooky stories, yummy treats, and tons of pretending, it's a preschooler's dream come true!

If you have children who are getting ready for their first real Halloween this year, put your fears aside that it's too early to start. My youngest children were often too exhausted to Trick or Treat for very long, but were excited in the weeks before Halloween to celebrate and have this extra special season with activities I designed JUST for them.

You can find everything here from simple puzzles (perfect for toddlers) up to more complex tasks like designing their own monster using familiar shapes.

Halloween Preschool Printables

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You want your kids to have fun and create great memories, and that's why I put together this set of awesome printables for your preschooler this Halloween.

Related: Silly toddler interview questions here.

Best Halloween Preschool Books on Amazon

We love reading books ahead of introducting an activity or game, and this is no different. Here are a few books I have either purchased myself or found in my local library:

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I picked these books because they're full to the brim of beautiful images, and are Halloween classics that every preschooler will love.

What Supplies Do You Need to Use Halloween Preschool Worksheets?

Of course, the first thing you'll need is the actual printables, I've created a handy list at the bottom of this post with everything you'll need, check it out by clicking here!

Here is the list of everything you need.

A laminator If you want to keep these printables around as long as you can, so I recommend laminating the pages so you can get the most use out of them. I have three children, so these cards get a lot of use.

-Scissors- You have to cut out the cards, you can use scissors, or this fancy paper cutter.

Manipulatives– This is just a fancy word for something they can use with their hands to create or solve the problem with. So you can use anything you have on hand. Pompoms, tiny erasers, or clothespins to help those fine motor skills muscles. I always go for the clothespins, because opening them is SO good for those muscles they'll need when they start writing. Some of the printables will require these, others will not, but they're good to have on hand.

Preschool Printables for Halloween, How to Differentiate

These cards were put together lovingly by me, with preparing my kids for kindergarten in mind. I love creating things my kids will love and enjoy, and will help boost their knowledge.

You can make a lot of these work for older or younger kids by changing little things in each set. For the Feed the Pumpkin printable as an example, you can give your child just a few pieces of “candy” to feed their pumpkin, so there aren't as many choices. Giving them letters a-g would make it a lot easier to find the letter e, compared to all the letters in the alphabet.

To make it more difficult, you can create a word out of these letters– you might need to print them more than once to create certain words– then you can do something like “HALLOWEEN” and have your child create as many words out of the bigger word as they can.

My kindergartener is learning to read, so it's fun for us to talk about all the words he sees on the paper, and the ones he can create.

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Halloween Preschool Worksheets

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Halloween Preschool Printables

Halloween is the perfect time to get kids excited about learning and explore their creativity. A Halloween theme will help your child's creativity and imagination as they learn, which can be a lot of fun for the whole family!

These are my favorite to make because cute Halloween art is just so adorable and colorful, I can't resist it. So expect this list to grow. If you love Halloween too, I recommend grabbing my Classroom bundle, below. It is a collection of every Halloween product I have, most of which I created last year. This year I have more ideas, and more to create. You can ensure you'll get all of my Halloween products if you grab that growing bundle, and it will include everything Halloween I create moving forward. It's a great deal!

But if you just wanted a few products, I've listed them all below for you. I hope you love them!

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