BOO! Did we make you jump? This spooky 'BOO' acrostic poem printable is great for getting younger kids started with writing acrostic poems and is perfect for a Halloween topic.
Just for fun - and for Halloween - here's our collection of spooky ghost printables of all sorts!
The funny ghost on our "complete the ghost" puzzle has some fairly tricky lines to copy over, as well as a very characterful hat!
Children can cut out our lovely Halloween ghost and then trace over the shapes of his eyes, colouring them if they want.
Let the kids give someone a fright with a ghastly ghost poem! They can use this ghost acrostic poem printable for some spooky inspiration...
Print out these ghost bookmarks complete with spooky jokes for the kids to giggle over at Halloween. Laminate for extra durability if you like. Click the link below for our printable version.
Kids will enjoy using this fun ghost frame as an outline for Halloween writing projects, a little poem or perhaps a mini ghost story! Imagine a batch of these cut out and pinned up on display. You could also ask the children to draw their own faces on the ghost and then colour him in...
Use our second ghost frame for Halloween writing projects - or get the kids to draw on some features and colour in!
The ghost on this worksheet looks quite a character! Learn how to write the word by tracing over the letters and then write it by yourself on the final line.
This cute ghost jigsaw printable just needs to be printed and cut out using one of our Halloween jigsaw guides - then you can have fun putting him together again. Great for little kids!
This is a fun lacing card for children to tackle at Halloween. For younger kids, punch holes evenly around the edges and sew them with white string or wool. For older children you could make a series of holes with a blunt needle all over the body and sew a design.
The kids will love this spooky ghost match up puzzle - can they match up the pairs of ghosts to find the odd one out?
Children will have so much fun colouring this ghost maths fact colouring page that they won't even notice that they are practicing their addition to 10 sums!
There are 3 mazes of increasing difficulty in this pack, as well as a set of solutions. Help the ghost find his way to the haunted house!
The lonely ghost on our playdough mat would like some friends! Grab the playdough and see what the kids come up with...
This ghost is wearing a witch's hat for a double fright at Halloween! Our ghost poster is easy to print and doesn't use too much ink - perfect for Halloween displays.
This cute ghost poster is ideal for younger kids at Halloween. Print out and put up on walls at home or in the classroom, or use for Halloween crafts...
Boo! Learn to spell the word ghost with the help of our spelling jigsaw! Print onto some card, then slice up along the vertical lines.
Our simple ghost template, which comes in a variety of sizes, makes a fun cutting activity for younger kids, who will also enjoy adding faces to the ghosts. Make a number of them and string them up around the room as part of your Halloween decorations!
This simple ghost tempalte is a great shape for children's crafts - and a row of them looks fabulous on display. Cut the ghost shape from card or craft foam, and then glue on pink or orange eyes with tiny black circle pupils for added character!
Print and play our simple ghost tic tac toe game with the kids! Simply use two different colours of buttons or other small objects - one for each player.
Here is the first of two ghost tracing pages for Halloween. This one has simpler lines than the next and is perfect for younger kids who will enjoy the ghost's funny eyes!
The second of our ghost tracing pages is a little more difficult, but still easy enough for your younger children. Trace between the dotted lines with a pen or crayon, or trace on both sets of dotted lines with a pencil.
How many times can you make the word "ghost" using the words on this ghost's tummy? When you are finished you will have some letters spare. Unscramble them to make another Halloween word!
Boo! These three ghosts are ready to give people a fright on Halloween! Print out this fun poster and use as a Halloween decoration...
Use the second blank grid to copy over our picture of a cute ghost, square by square. It's not as easy as it looks, and kids will need to count carefully!
Here is some spooky motor skills practice for children this Halloween. Print our Halloween cutting skills practice worksheet and have them try to cut along the dotted lines to the ghosts and witches.
Lovely little ghosts adorn this pretty Halloween scrapbook paper page. Just print and use - in your crafts, scrapbooks or Halloween decorating. You will need the password ActivityVillage.co.uk to open and print this scrapbook paper.
By breaking down a picture into its different component shapes, even very young children can begin to learn how to draw. And our Learn to Draw a Ghost printable is fun for Halloween!