Preschool Halloween Math Worksheets are the perfect Halloween-themed math sheets for preschoolers! Use this free printable as a way to practice addition and get ready for Kindergarten math. The more addition and subtraction that the kids do, the more certain they’ll be ready for multiplication and division.
Check out the rest of my Halloween Worksheets for the kids!
Above all, these are great worksheets for kindergarten and preschool learners! Because it’s really a lot of fun to pair up holiday-themed learning at home!
The best thing about this Halloween-themed worksheet set is that it helps with mathematics.
These printable worksheets are great for preschool and kindergarten Halloween activities.
Great for working on math skills and for prepping our children for learning about addition, subtraction, multiplication, and more in the future.
In addition, check out my Preschool Homeschooling Worksheets for even more learning fun.
What is taught in this preschool math printable?
Each page of these free printables teaches something new and different. The kids will learn early math skills that they’ll be able to build on as they get older.
These printables are created in a way that makes it so much fun to learn! Every page will teach the kids something new and exciting.
What this math worksheet pack includes:
These Halloween themed math sheets for preschoolers include:
- Trace the numbers
- Color the shapes
- Find the big object
- Find the smallest object
- Halloween counting
- Find the tallest
- Read the numbers
- Cut and color pumpkins
- And more Halloween Math Activities for Preschool!
Fun Ways to Use Preschool Halloween Math Worksheets:
Why not add in some fun fine motor activities to go along with this math printable?
For example, these printable Halloween lacing cards from Darcy & Brian are a fun fine motor skills activity.
Go to the pumpkin patch
Take the kids to a local pumpkin patch and pick out a jack o lantern. Take it home and have fun cutting and decorating the pumpkin.
Create a coloring page or a color by number
There is a lot of room left on the pages for the kids to color. They can also continue to work on their numbers by making their own color by number.
Since candy corn is seasonal, grab some at the store and have the kids count, and then eat! This is a fun and delicious way that they can work on their addition and subtraction.
While I love printables, children do not have to use Preschool Halloween Math Worksheets to practice math skills!
More Printable Math Worksheets:
- Halloween Math and Literacy Worksheets
- Summer Math and Grammar Practice
- Cool Math Games for Boys
- Animal Preschool Math Worksheets