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Your kiddos will love practicing capital and lowercase letters, counting, and prewriting skills this October with these 5 engaging Halloween centers for preschool or kindergarten.
I love using center activities in our homeschool. It gives my child a chance to practice and play independently during school work time. And it gives me a chance to work one-on-one with big brother while little sis is engaged and learning and vice versa.
These hands-on center activities provide my kindergartner with an opportunity to practice her reading and math skills while still having fun! And she really got excited to see some familiar centers with a NEW Halloween theme!
Check out these centers in action:
5 Hands-on Halloween Centers
Halloween Center kit includes: 37 unique pages with gray scale / black line and full color options. Halloween themed throughout with friendly Halloween characters. Not too scary for little ones!
- 0-10 Counting Puzzle Cards
Practice counting the Halloween objects and match to the correct number.
11 cards with unique easy-cut puzzle pieces.
- Capital & Lowercase Letter Matching
52 Halloween themed cards to match capital letters with their lower case buddy.
Cards have an easily decipherable top and bottom.
Capital and lowercase pair together with 3 themes (witch, pumpkin, spider) – to help out kiddos with d, b, p, q confusion.
- 26 Letter Maze Cards
Half page letter mazes are easy to cut.
Laminate these to use as a dry erase center.
Practice capital and lowercase letters and draw through the mazes.
- 11 Tracing Cards
Help the ____ find the ____.
11 Halloween themed tracing cards to practice prewriting and lowercase letter tracing.
- 4 Strip Puzzles
Print and cut these strip puzzles for easy and fun ABC order and 123 practice.
Halloween Centers are Great For:
- Hands-on reading and math practice
- Practice counting objects
- Learning capital and lowercase letters
- Prewriting and tracing practice
- Matching and memory card games
- Building confidence with independent activities
How to Use the Halloween Centers
These centers can be printed in full color or ink-saving gray scale.
Choose plain paper or colorful neons and laminate to use these centers year after year. Or choose cardstock for gentle use.
Mazes and tracing cards can also be used as worksheets. Print and cut the pages in half to create your own mini book!
Store your centers in individual baggies or envelopes.
Find these Halloween Centers on TPT
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Ashley helps parents who want to homeschool find the resources they need to successfully teach their children. Ashley is a former teacher, current homeschooler, published author, and designer behind Circle Time with Miss Fox printables as well as the creator of this website, The Homeschool Resource Room.