Do you have kids who need help with their reading skills? We’ve got the perfect solution – our easy Halloween sentences worksheets!
These homeschool Halloween activities are designed for beginning readers, and they’ll help your child learn to read quickly and easily.
Your child will love these fun, Halloween-themed worksheets. They’re a great way to get them excited about reading and learning. And best of all, they’re completely free!
Download our easy Halloween sentences worksheets today!
Beginning readers need as much practice as you can give them! The more they practice, the more fluent their reading skills will become.
Young readers need shorter sentences and lots of familiar words or words they can easily sound out.
These worksheets give your new readers practice with all of the above!
Easy Halloween Sentences
Beginning readers can benefit from these worksheets in a few different ways. For one, the worksheets provide great practice for beginning readers who are just starting to learn how to read. The act of reading itself can be daunting for some beginning readers, so anything that can help make the process more fun is beneficial!
Additionally, these worksheets can help beginning readers practice their sight words. Sight words are an essential part of reading, and being able to quickly and easily recognize them can help beginning readers become better, faster readers.
Finally, the easy Halloween sentence worksheets also provide beginning readers with some great practice in logical reasoning. To read the sentences correctly, beginning readers need to be able to look at the picture and determine which sentence matches. This can be a difficult task for some beginning readers, but by doing these worksheets they can gradually improve their logical reasoning skills.
If you would like to try out these Halloween worksheets, scroll down to download and print your own copy. Just print out the worksheets and have your beginning reader start practicing!
Four easy Halloween sentence worksheets
What You’ll Need
For a one-time use activity:
- copy paper
For a reusable activity:
- dry erase markers
- laminator and pouches
- dry erase pockets
Preparing the Activity
Fill out the form at the bottom of this post to get the free worksheets for your little ones.
Then, download and print your desired pages. If you’d like to make the pages reusable, print them on cardstock.
Finally, laminate the printables or slip them into a dry erase pocket and have children complete the activities with a dry erase marker.
Completing the Activity
Each of the four worksheets is formatted the same way. Once your child is familiar with how to complete the first one, they can complete the other worksheets the same way.
Children will read two sentences in each set. Then, they’ll look at the picture and determine which sentence matches the picture.
Finally, they can color each picture on the page if he’d like.
Halloween Literacy Activities
Extend your Halloween lesson plans with more holiday-themed literacy activities and seasonal books.
Halloween Books for Kids
There are so many fun Halloween books that will engage your little ones from cover to cover. A few of our favorites include:
• Pumpkin Jack by Will Hubbell
• Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson
• Pete the Cat: Trick or Pete by James Dean
• Little Blue Truck’s Halloween by Alice Schertle
Halloween Activities for Kids
With these Halloween literacy activities, your beginning readers will have plenty of practice strengthening their reading skills!
Halloween Emergent Reader from Fun-a-Day
Halloween Reading Flash Cards from 3 Boys and a Dog