I can imagine the squeals of delight when the kids see these cute little bats decorating their Halloween cupcakes! They will take a little effort in cutting out, but the effect is definitely worth it.
More Halloween Printables
Halloween paper dolls, Halloween cut and stick activities, and more Halloween printable fun!
We've started off this picture of a bat, and provided a finished version for the kids to reference. Can they complete the picture? What expression will they give the bat?
Younger children can practice their sorting and matching skills with this fun ghost colour and shape matching game or activity. Print both pages, cut out the board and the ghosts, and laminate if you wish.
These fun bat alphabet cards can be used in lots of ways and are great for Halloween. Ask the kids to spell some Halloween themed words, or play some matching and spelling games? We've got upper and lower case alphabets in black and white or colour.
We love these cute Halloween bat number cards and we hope the kids will enjoy them too - use as flashcards, for card games and counting practice with a Halloween twist...We've given you numbers 0 to 20 and a spare bat to fill in how you choose.
This is such a fun activity for the kids at Halloween! Cut out the missing squares from the colouring page and stick them carefully back in place before colouring the whole Haunted House scene in.
Good practice for little hands! Use these Halloween cutting shapes to make a mobile, decorate the house, or stick to cards and invitations.
The second of our Halloween cutting worksheets has 4 simple jack o' lantern shapes for children to refine their fine motor skills by cutting out.
Print out this simple Halloween hundred square in colour or black and white and have some fun with maths this Halloween.
There are five hundred squares in this pack to choose from, all requiring children to fill in the blanks. The first and second work on "odds and evens". The third, fourth and fifth drop progressively more numbers from the square for the kids to fill in.
Here's a useful pack of hundred squares with a Halloween theme and the times tables 2 through 12 highlighted on each. Laminate them and use them as reference, or put them up as posters perhaps?
Spooky fun for lunch boxes! This special little pack contains 16 messages designed especially to get your kids into Halloween mood! It includes lots of jokes, a few fun facts and one or two "Halloweeny" messages too.
Just for fun this Halloween, brighten up the classroom desks or the homework table with these Halloween number lines, which print 3 to a page and are quick to slice and distribute.
We have 2 versions of this colourful Halloween number line. The first is designed to be cut into strips and glued into one long long line ... fun! And the second can be used just as is.
Put together your own book of common spells with this fun Halloween printable! Print the cover onto coloured printer card or colour it in yourself. Then print as many pages as you like and fill them in with lots of gruesome and interesting details.
45 word cards with a Halloween theme! Cut them out and use them on a Halloween display or word wall, or just put them up as they are to inspire some Halloween writing.
Here's a simple haunted house maze which provides a fun writing activity for children. First they need to work out the witch's route through the haunted house and up to the roof and her waiting broomstick, and then write about it.
If your little monsters like cutting things up, put those scissor to good use on our monster cutting shapes worksheet!
Print these Monster finger puppets for your children so that they can put on a puppet show with their friends! You could also print them out, tie them up with a Halloween-coloured ribbon, and give them out with (or instead of) your "treats" to trick-or-treaters.
This hundred square has a funny monster to amuse your children as they hunt for their numbers, practise counting on and skip counting and so on. It comes in colour or black and white, with odds and evens highlighted or with stripes to differentiate the lines. Take your pick.
Choose from 5 different "fill in the blanks" versions of our monster hundred square, included 3 levels of random numbers, and one each for odds and evens. You could use the complete monster hundred square for self-checking or reference, too.
Practising skip counting and learning times tables is much more fun when you have a monster to cheer you on!
The kids can trace over the lines of our funny monster tracing page and then perhaps either colour him in or write something inside the body.
Four cheeky spiders have woven a web for the children to practise their scissor skills on! Perfect for Halloween, an insect theme, or any time at all...