Grab these three free Halloween ABC and 123 Worksheets for your preschoolers and kindergartens. A fun, engaging way to practice the alphabet and numbers with them. Print these free worksheets today.
Need a new way to make alphabet and counting practice fun? Then check out these Halloween ABC and 123 worksheets! Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will have so much fun filling in the Halloween themed boxes on these free Halloween printable sheets.
Skip the flash cards and “same old, same old” alphabet and number practice. Instead, print these Halloween alphabet and counting worksheets for spooky fun!
I have loads of different printable pages for all ages and all holidays. It’s the best way for you to create a fun and free activity. We moms have to stick together, right? So this is my way of helping you easily create fun and meaningful activities on a budget and with minimal planning. And then on the days when you have more time to plan, you can make an easy craft like this cute witch on a broomstick craft!
Make the most of the spooky season and use these printable halloween abc worksheets and counting pages to make learning fun!
Why You’ll Love Halloween ABC and 123 Worksheets
- These free printable worksheets are a fun way to work on counting skills and get in some alphabet practice. Rather than do the same activities you always do, you can change it up and theme your practice with the Halloween holiday!
- Printable worksheets are a wonderful activity if you’re looking for screen-free entertainment. Use them before or after TV time, as a road trip activity, or simply as a fun thing to do that is also educational.
- Use these Halloween ABC and 123 worksheets to practice handwriting skills with your littles. There are no guided lines and dotted outlines to trace, so it’s a great way for them to freehand their numbers and letters.
- Writing utensils – Anything you want to write with will work for these Halloween alphabet and counting worksheets! You can use a regular ol’ pencil, colored pencils, markers, twistable crayons, or anything else that is fun to write with.
- Printer – Print each page with a black and white printer. If you don’t own a printer and need a way to get hard copies of these worksheets, try printing them at your local library! You can also make this a digital activity by downloading the pdf to a tablet and using a stylus to write in the answers.
- Paper – Computer paper is all you need, but print your Halloween alphabet worksheets and counting worksheets on cardstock if you need something a bit more sturdy.
- Optional: Coloring supplies – You don’t have to color in the witches hats, pumpkins, and ghosts once you complete the worksheets. However, that would give some extra extra fun to the worksheets!
What’s Included in these Halloween ABC and 123 Worksheets
In this printable Halloween packets you will have three pages of spooky fun! Page one is the uppercase alphabet. Each uppercase letter is inside a ghost, so the kiddo that is completing the page will fill in the missing letters.
Page two includes boxes with pumpkins in them that contain lowercase letters. Your child will fill in the pumpkins with missing letters.
Last but not least is a page containing numbers 1-25 written in witches hats. Fill in the missing numbers to count to 25!
Can I use these Halloween worksheets in a classroom?
Absolutely! If you teach preschool and kindergarten, these would be so much fun to use as a lesson near Halloween. You could give plenty of time for students to finish each of the Halloween alphabet worksheets and counting worksheets, and then let the kids even color them in!
After finishing the activity, have a snack time with this tasty Halloween snack mix and then read a silly spooky story like The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams.
- If you’re using this in classroom setting, staple the packet of three pages together for each child so that they do not lose any of their pages.
- Need a roadtrip activity? Punch holes in the side of these pages and add them to a three ring binder. Then add a three ring pencil pouch full of their favorite writing and coloring utensils. And now you have an easy activity to pass the time!
- If you know that your child has difficulties with certain letters or numbers, add dotted outlines to the boxes in pen that they can trace.
- Another great idea for classroom use is to laminate the pages and use a dry eraser marker so you can reuse these sheets for extra practice!
ABC and 123’s are now as spooky as can be! These fun worksheets are the best way to make education a little more exciting!
More Halloween Activities and Recipes You’ll Love
- A Toilet Paper Roll Pumpkin Craft is so much fun and makes for the cutest little decorations.
- Oreo Spiders are so not scary, but are absolutely tasty! A great snack for Halloween parties.
- Mummy Brownies are crazy easy to make and the perfect silly and spooky dessert.
- Want another printable activity? These Halloween Activity Pages are so much fun!