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I put together a mini Halloween unit study full of Halloween Activities for Kids for the week of Halloween and wanted to share with you! I always like the theme to follow holidays coming up lets us learn and bit more about the background of each holiday and do some fun crafts!
Halloween Unit Study – Halloween Activities for Kids
Here is a break down to what we used in our unit study. I love how easy it is to customize. We also added in some of these Halloween Snacks for kids during the week.
Halloween Activities for Kids – Halloween Printables
Here are some of the printables we used.
We used my Halloween Preschool Printable. It contains writing, coloring, and counting activities.
We Played Halloween Bingo ( HUGE hit with the kids!)
We did Candy Corn Math
We practiced telling time with these Halloween Ghostly Time Printable
We also used these Preschool and Kindergarten Math Worksheets
I also found this Halloween classroom printable pack that has 136 pages of things to do and while we didn’t finish it what we did do the kids loved.
My older kids enjoyed these 25 Halloween Sudoku puzzles.
I added in busy work for everyone with this Halloween coloring book printable.
Halloween Activities for Kids – Halloween Crafts
For crafts, we did the following and the kids loved being hands on. Some wedded to our Halloween decorations and the kids had a blast helping on.
DIY Witches Brew, Makes a great science lesson!
Also for science, we made Erupting Pumpkins!
Q-Tip Skeletons – The kids has a blast and even colored some of the Q-Tips for some colored skeletons.
Paper Plate Ghosts – These were fun to make and hand with our Halloween Decor.
Halloween Activities for Kids – Halloween Movies
Here are some of the movies we love to watch this time of year! The week before Halloween we like to watch one of these movies a day.
Related: 15 DIY Halloween Kids Costumes
Halloween Activities for Kids – Halloween Books
Every night we would read at least one book, normally the kids can talk us into 2 of them. My older kids like to read the younger kids books as well.
I want to know, what are your Halloween traditions for homeschooling during Halloween? What are your favorite Halloween Activities for Kids? Let me know in the comments below.
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I grew up learning ways to save from my mom and grandma. I started my own coupon journey when my first child was born in 2009 and started the blog on 2010 when baby #2 was born to share my tips with everyone who kept asking about how I was getting diapers for $1 a pack!
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