Halloween: Freebies (Math, Writing), Homemade Candy Corn Recipe and More!!

Are you ready for some Halloween fun? This post has Halloween packets and printables in math (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division), writing, and science. We share a delicious homemade candy corn recipe. We have a packet of Halloween games to play at your event and much more! So, here we go!

Halloween Writing Activity: Writing Scary Stories: Writing Workshop Mini-Lesson

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Free 30-Page Halloween Multiplication Packet: Math Worksheets and Games

Halloween-Math-Packet6s File Folder Game-HalloweenTheme

HalloweenFileFolderGameFree Halloween Addition and Subtraction Packet

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Free Halloween Math Worksheets: Addition, Subtraction, Coins and Skip Counting

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Free Halloween Math Practice Pages: Multiplication, Division, and Fractions

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Skeleton Math Riddle (Free Math Worksheet for Addition, Multiplication, Division or Numbers)

Skeleton-RiddleHalloween Worksheets (Kindergarten)-This was a packet I made for my daughter when she was in kindergarten. I drew the graphics, so it’s not that professional but she loved it!! And, it worked on the skills she was ready for at the time.
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Counting Halloween Kitties (PreK) - 1 to 1 correspondence

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Monster-Themed Addition Packet

IMG_2734MonsterAddition MonsterAdditionPacketSkeleton Packet: Have fun with some real science with this Skeletal System Packet with hands-on activities and science notebook pages. Skeletal System Worksheet Packet & 6 Hands-On Activities About Bones

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Halloween Books and Felt Board Fun!

When DD was about three years old, she and I sat down together to put together a new felt board scene. This is based on Five Little Pumpkins . (affiliate link) DD and ED had fun making and remaking the jack-o-lanterns’ faces. I read the story several times while DD acted it out on the felt board. Here’s how we made our own large felt board.

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halloween-books-ages-3-to-7Halloween Books My Kids Enjoyed (For Ages 3 to 7) – Each year we seemed to add to our Halloween book collection. These are some of our favorites. These are affiliate links:

Homemade Candy CornRecipe: When we lived in Australia (when the kids were little), we couldn’t buy candy corn. I looked around for a recipe and found something online that has worked well. Now it’s become our family tradition to make our own candy corn each fall! For the recipe and instructions visit this post: Homemade Candy Corn Recipe

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Halloween Party Games: For years, Hubby and I organized the large children’s Halloween party at our church.  We had a ton of fun games and if you are hosting a Halloween party, you might want to incorporate some of these games into your event!

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After Halloween: What to do with all that Halloween Candy?!!

This post has various suggestions from doing science experiments to donating candy to a good cause!

Skittles-in-WaterIf you’re really into it, you can buy a book all about Candy Experiments (affiliate link). She developed these while having fun with her own kids!!

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Spooky Tree: Just for fun, your kids might enjoy making these barren spaghetti trees (here’s how)!

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That’s it for today! We hope you found something you can use! :)

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Disclosure: Please note that some of the links in this post are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase.

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