Halloween is just around the corner! Grab our Halloween math worksheets for kindergarten to add to your October math lessons.
This printable pack includes a focus on number words, counting to ten, number order to 20, and more.
You’ll love how easy it is to add these no-prep worksheets to your collection of kindergarten homeschool printables.
Why add Halloween to your homeschool lessons?
One of the benefits of homeschooling is that you can tailor your lessons to fit your child’s unique interests. So if your child loves all things Halloween, why not add a festive touch to your homeschool lessons? There are many ways to do this.
You can incorporate Halloween-themed books into your reading lesson or write spooky poems in your language arts class.
For science, you could study the changing of the leaves or investigate why bats are often associated with Halloween.
And for history, you could learn about the origins of trick-or-treating or the stories behind some of the most popular Halloween symbols.
Incorporating Halloween into your homeschool lessons is a great way to make learning fun and ensure that your child stays engaged in their studies.
Halloween Books for Kindergarten
Halloween is a great time to introduce kindergarteners to the concept of counting. After all, there are plenty of opportunities to count during the Halloween season – from the number of candy bars in their trick-or-treat bag to the number of houses they visit while trick-or-treating.
Counting books can be a great way to help kindergarteners learn this important skill. Look for books that feature colorful illustrations and simple text.
And don’t forget to encourage your child to count aloud as they read! With a little practice, your child will be counting like a pro in no time.
Halloween: A Peek-Through Halloween Book of Counting (My Little World)HALLOWEEN COUNTING BOOK: For Kids 2-5 Year, First Book 1-10, Happy Halloween10 Little Pumpkins Halloween Book10 Trick-or-TreatersElmo’s Trick-or-Treat Fun!: A Halloween Counting Book (Sesame Street) (Sesame Street Board Books)Ten Orange Pumpkins: A Counting BookCount The Halloween!: A fun Counting and Guessing Book For 3 years old and UpHalloween Counting Fun
Preparing the Math Pages
These no-prep worksheets are a breeze to use. You just need to print them out, and you’re all set.
Provide your student with a pencil and some crayons (optional), and they’re good to go.
NOTE: If you’d like to make these worksheets reusable, you can laminate them or slip them into a dry erase pocket. Then, your kindergartener can use dry erase markers to complete the pages and wipe them clean when they’re done.
Number Words: Practice counting to ten and matching number words to the correct set with this engaging cut and paste math worksheets.
Counting to Ten: Count the candies in each jar. Cut and paste the correct number under each jar.
Number Order: Cut and paste the numbers into the grid in order from 1-20.
Ten Frames: Count the candies in the ten frame. Draw the number of candies needed to make ten. Then, finish the equation.
Comparing Numbers: Look at the two numbers in each set. Color the number that is greatest.
Halloween Activity Kits for Kids
The Spooky Box! is a popular box from Lil Readers Book Club. Inside, you will find three fun spooky books about monsters, activities, and some fun kid-friendly crafts that encourage reading comprehension for kids ages 5-7. Perfect for Halloween!
These Halloween worksheets are sure to be a hit with your kindergarteners! If you’re looking for more ideas, be sure to check out our blog post featuring all of our kindergarten homeschool printables.
There are plenty of free printables to keep your children engaged in learning all year long.
More Halloween Activities
Frankenstein Tissue Paper Craft from Simple Everyday Mom
Printable Halloween Emergent Reader from Fun-A-Day