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Halloween Ghost Craft

Halloween Ghost Craft Ghost crafts for preschool, kindergarten and Elementary School students to make for Halloween. Make a cute stuffed ghost for Halloween. Cut out two of the ghost shapes below. Put the two shapes together and punch holes on the black dots. Lace a piece of yarn or string through the holes as […]

Halloween Skeleton Races Worksheet

Halloween Skeleton Races Worksheet It’s time for the skeletons to run the annual Halloween 5K. Each of the skeletons below have finished the race. The number above their heads tells you what place they finished in. Cut each skeleton out and glue them onto a piece of construction paper in order from 1 to 10. […]

How Many Are There? A Halloween Counting Worksheet for Kids

How Many Are There? A Halloween Counting Worksheet for Kids Here is a fun, Halloween counting worksheet for kids Counting seems so simple—we hardly give it any thought. However counting is the foundation for many mathematics concepts and procedures. It is also important because it is one of the first math concepts young children learn. […]

Halloween Counting Worksheet

Halloween Counting Worksheet Teaching about Numbers and Counting Many children enter preschool with some knowledge of numbers and counting. They can count five to ten objects accurately and can also read some numbers. But many other children have not developed this knowledge. These children in particular need many opportunities to learn the words for […]

Halloween Math Addition Problems

Halloween Word Problems Help our Halloween friends as they count the candy they got from trick or treating! You can introduce the idea of numbers when your child is as young as 12 months by counting small sets of items — “How many buttons? One, two!” — and singing songs and rhymes that include […]