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This post has everything you need to keep your kids busy with some free halloween printable activities!
In this free printable halloween pack you get a bingo game set! This is so fun to do with kids to have a little Halloween fun and practice some basic skills! This will help with matching, identification, turn-taking and following instructions. It comes with nine halloween themed bingo boards, one master key and printable instructions. You simply just print them out, cut up the graphics from the master key sheet and pull them from a bowl to list them off until someone gets three in a row! Pro tip- use halloween candy corn or play spiders for chips to make it more festive! You could even laminate them to use them in the future. If you have younger kids you could give them the bowl filled with the graphics and a bingo board and let them pick out of the bowl and match the graphic to their board- this is a great use for a little independent play!
This activity in the free halloween printable pack is super simple but really fun to use! I included 2 sheets in this download to make it a little extra festive. The first sheet is the tic-tac-toe board, you could print out multiple or just keep reusing one- this is a great one to laminate to reuse next fall and be sustainable. The second sheet that is included is a two graphic sets which you can print off and cut out to use in place of the typical the “x” & “o” . This makes it more fun for kids and if you let them cut it is a great opportunity to practice their cutting skills! For younger kids you could allow them to practice placing the graphics in a row.
Halloween Color & Puzzel Page
This is a super simple addition to this halloween downloadable activity pack because it is easier to give to your child for more independent play or great to have in your diaper bag when you’re out at a restaurant. You simply print out this color pages, let them color and then let them practice cutting along the lines into little squares. After they cut it out then they can mix the pieces up and practice putting it back together as a puzzle. This will keep them busier for a little while longer than your typical coloring sheet! Also allows for the opportunity to practice those fine motor skills with the scissors and work of their memory skills. I added different pictures so they can pick their favorite or keep rotating them! You could also laminate this page and let them use dry erase markers to color them over and over again.
If you love these then check out my post from last years free halloween printable activities here! Last years halloween activity pack includes shadow matching, number matching and size sorting with fun halloween graphics.