This Halloween, let your little ones practice counting and writing with these Halloween number worksheets for preschoolers.
Preschoolers need lots of practice with numbers and counting. One-to-one correspondence is oftentimes a difficult concept for little ones to grasp.
This set of Halloween worksheets is a great way to help them practice counting during the month of October. Don’t miss out on my massive list of Halloween Worksheets for kids!
These print-and-go worksheets are perfect for busy preschool moms and teachers. There are many ways to present these worksheets to your preschoolers.
Halloween Number Worksheets for Preschoolers
You can print them on regular printer paper and bind them together to create a fun Halloween coloring book for kids. They can use crayons or markers to color each page. Then, use a pencil to trace the words at the bottom of the pages.
If you print them on cardstock, you can laminate the pages for durability. If you choose this route, your kids can color the pictures and trace the words with dry erase markers or wipe-off crayons.
If you don’t have a laminator, you can use dry erase pockets. They’re one of my favorite preschool tools!
Other ways to use these preschool worksheets:
As you present the worksheets to your preschoolers, have them touch each item and count it out loud. Mix the pages up and have them put the pages in number order.
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Have your child name each item (bat, candy, bucket, etc.). Discuss its beginning and/or ending sounds. Can your child name the letter that makes that sound?
If your kids don’t like to color, you can still use these activity pages. Print these pages on colored printer paper. Laminate them or put them in a dry erase pocket, and let your kids use the dry erase markers to trace the words.