September is going by so quickly, it’s already time to come out with Halloween printables! Not that I mind, in fact, I look forward to it every year because I love the cute, non-scary side of Halloween 🙂
If your kids liked last week’s Fall Words Read, Trace, and Connect, I’m sure they’ll enjoy this Halloween version: Halloween Words Read, Trace, and Connect Worksheets!
Your kindergarteners or first graders can read Halloween words they’ve seen before or can figure out with a little help, trace them to work on handwriting, and draw lines to connect the words to the matching images.
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Materials for Using Halloween Words Read, Trace, and Connect Worksheets
- Pdf file (download below).
- 3 sheets of paper.
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- Pen, pencil or marker.
What’s in the Printable PDF File?
This is a three page, no-prep printable. Simply print and use if you’re in a hurry, or take the time to laminate if you want to be able to reuse the worksheets.
The three pages can be used together or individually. There are 15 images in all, five to a page: Pumpkin, bat, cat, candy apple, mummy, treat bag, spider, broom, haunted house, treat bucket, witch, witch hat, cauldron, Frankenstein, and skeleton.
I know that not everyone is a fan of all aspects of Halloween, so while all images are definitely cute, I put the themes that I can see you potentially wanting to skip on the same page. (In case you’re wondering, the witch, witch hat, cauldron, Frankenstein, and skeleton on that page.)
Are you working on pre-primer sight words?
Make it fun with these cute Pre-Primer Sight Word Pumpkins! Perfect for use as flash cards, in a kindergarten literacy center, or for hands-on activities.
Download your Halloween Words Read, Trace, and Connect Printable!
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Like the clip art?
Halloween Matching Game for Toddlers uses the same set.
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