It’s the time of year when students are OVERJOYED at all the candy and festivities that surround Halloween. While they are excited, slip in some Halloween learning activities for little learners!
Halloween Learning Activities for Little Learners
Need more Halloween learning ideas?
Your students are going to love creating their own blood cell model! This is a VERY hands on sensory project for your little learners that will be their favorite Halloween craft!
Jack O’ Lantern memory work is simple to set up and a great way for little learners to have fun while they learn this Halloween.
Sensory bins are a great way to your students review important concepts like counting. Your students are going to love this spider counting sensory activity this Halloween!
Bats are a super popular Halloween theme in the classroom. Students will have a lot of fun creating their own bats with black construction paper and white markers.
Students LOVE Bingo! This time, give them Halloween themed Bingo they can play with friends or as a cooperative class game.
We love adding to our library! Here’s a set of pumpkin books that will work in perfectly to any lesson you are teaching this Halloween.
Fun pumpkin themed addition mats are a great edition to your math center this Halloween. Laminate and keep these for next year!
Bats are fascinating animals. Add this bat animal study to your science lessons! Everything you need to teach about bats is included in this amazing unit.
Make your own bat craft with paper plates this Halloween. Crafts are a great way to allow your students to show their creativity and practice important fine motor skills.
If your little learners are interested in matching activities, set up this pumpkin themed matching game! You can use it to review sight words, letter recognition or number recognition. It’s SUPER easy to set up and completely customizable too.
Add to your Halloween book library with this set of my 12 favorite Halloween books. These books feature fun, not scary, pumpkins to get your students excited about Halloween!
Are you planning a Halloween party this fall? Add in this make a monster invitation to create in your party plans!
A teacher’s budget is tight so try making DIY pretend play x-rays! These are fun to make and a great way to decorate your room this Halloween.
This a fine motor bat craft to add to your Halloween unit this fall! I can’t believe how fun and easy this little craft is and a great way to decorate for Halloween!
Grab your set of rhyming bats for your Halloween literacy shelves! I love laminating practice cards like this and keep them year after year!
I know my students always went crazy for candy corn around Halloween. Tap into that natural love for sweets with these Candy Corn Initial Sound Puzzles.
Here’s a little something for your teacher friends! Boo! Buckets are a long time favorite of my teacher friends. It’s a great way to raise the spirits of your fellow teachers in a the busy holiday season!
Spiders are a fun Halloween theme for little learners! Use these spider counting mats for your math centers this Halloween for a hands-on way to help students with number recognition.
Combine Halloween and science with this awesome Spider Animal Study. This unit includes a weeks worth of science lesson plans to get your students knowing all about these creepy crawly animals.
Grab a couple extra pumpkins this Halloween and explore! Grab your exploring a pumpkin printable worksheet to help your students use their sense while they explore the parts, inside and out, of pumpkins.
Have any extra pine cones? Grab a few and have your students complete this adorable pine cone pumpkin craft.
Adorable! Paper strip pumpkins are perfect for little learners with very little mess to clean up. Practice scissor skills and fine motor work while you decorate your classroom this Halloween.
Pumpkins here! Pumpkins there! Have fun incorporating pumpkins into all subjects. This Pumpkins Mega Bundle will have your students so excited about learning this Halloween season.
You might also like our Bats Animal Study!
Do you have any favorite Halloween crafts that are not on the list?