Homeschool moms, are you looking for a fun and easy way to help your students learn and improve their skills? If so, then you should definitely check out our Halloween color by code worksheets!
These homeschool Halloween activities are not only fun for students, but they can also help students learn new information, reinforcing what they have already learned.
Additionally, color by code worksheets are a great way to improve problem solving skills and critical thinking skills.
Keep reading to learn more about the many benefits of using color by code worksheets in your homeschool!
Using Color by Code Worksheets
Color by code worksheets are a great way for students to learn and improve their skills in a variety of areas.
By completing these worksheets, students can practice their color recognition, matching, and motor skills. In addition, they also learn about following directions and develop their fine motor skills.
These worksheets are also a great way for parents and teachers to assess a student’s progress in these areas.
By providing students with a variety of color by code worksheets, we can ensure that they are receiving the practice they need to be successful in school and in life.
Halloween Color by Code
This color by code pack includes a variety of pages designed for preschoolers and kindergarteners. However, they can be used with slightly older kids who need a little extra practice.
There are a total of six worksheets covering the following skills:
- Color by number
- Color by letter
- Color by code: color words
- Color by code: pre-primer sight words
- Color by code: primer sight words
Color by Number
Color by number worksheets are a simple way to help preschoolers develop number recognition skills.
By using these worksheets, children can learn in a fun and engaging way while also developing their fine motor skills.
There are two color by number worksheets in this pack featuring numbers 1-7.
Color by Letter
Color by letter worksheets are a simple way to help preschoolers develop letter recognition skills.
There is one color by letter worksheet in this pack featuring the letters A, E, H, L, and O.
Color by Words
There are three color by word pages in this free printable. The first is a color by sight words page featuring the words the, and, to, is, that, of, and you.
The second color by word page features color words. There is no color code on this page. Kids will color each shape according to the color word in each one.
The final color by word page features primer sight words. The words include he, was, that, she, and they.
BOOKS ABOUT HALLOWEEN
It’s never too early to start getting into the Halloween spirit! Check out this list of great Halloween books for first graders.
From spooky stories to playful poems, these books will have your little ones giggling with glee.
You should be able to find these books at your local library. If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Splat the Cat and the Pumpkin-Picking Plan – When Splat goes to the pumpkin patch with Seymour, he’s determined to find the biggest pumpkin ever. But when he finally does, Splat finds out the real challenge isn’t the pumpkin picking—it’s how to get the pumpkin home!
Pete the Cat: Trick or Pete – Pete loves Halloween and candy but not so much scary surprises. Follow Pete as he goes trick-or-treating from house to house and discover what is waiting behind each door.
Little Blue Truck’s Halloween – Beep! Beep! It’s Halloween! Little Blue Truck is picking up his animal friends for a costume party. Lift the flaps in this large, sturdy board book to find out who’s dressed up in each costume! Will Blue wear a costume too?
I love to incorporate movies and videos into our unit studies whenever possible. They’re perfect for sick days or rainy days. Here are a few ideas for kids:
If you are looking for more Halloween printables to round out your lesson plans, you are going to love the following posts!
- Little Blue Truck’s Halloween Activities
- Halloween Color Sorting from Homeschool Preschool
- Halloween Fine Motor Worksheets
- Halloween Emergent Reader from Fun-A-Day
- Halloween Sentence Building
Halloween Activities for Kids
In addition to color by code worksheets, there are many other fun activities that teachers can use to help students celebrate Halloween. One idea is to have children make their own masks. You can find printable masks online or create your own templates. Once kids have made their masks, they can wear them during a parade or party.
Another fun activity is to have your children make pumpkin paintings. You can either provide them with pre-made pumpkin stencils or let them create their own designs. After the paintings are complete, they can be displayed in the classroom or hallway.
Finally, don’t forget to have a Halloween party! There are many different ideas for party games and activities, so be sure to choose one that will be appropriate for your students.
These Halloween Lacing Boards are designed to make learning fun. They’re great for teaching kids fine motor skills, precise hand movements, and how to focus their attention. Your children will have so much fun with this toy, they won’t realize they are learning.
This LEGO set features a Vampire with large fangs, movable claws, vest, bow tie and a billowing black cape, plus a small pet bat with movable wings!