Here's a fun counting activity that hopefully won't drive you batty! Count the different types of bats (including cute baby ones!) and write your answers in the boxes.
More Halloween Puzzles
Even more Halloween puzzles for you to print and puzzle over! We've got "find the differences", riddles, and all sorts here...
Four kids in disguise head out for some trick or treating in this Halloween colouring page - or are they actually animals in disguise?
You'll have to look very carefully at these two side-by-side pictures to spot the 10 differences between them! Can you do it?
Can you spot the differences between these two pictures of a witch on her broomstick? There are 8 differences to look for ...
Here's a fun printable Halloween colouring page featuring ghosts and bats in a scary picture. It makes a fun counting puzzle for younger kids, too. How many ghosts can they count? How many bats?
Here's a challenging idea for Halloween! Try to think of a Halloween word for each letter of the alphabet. W is easy at least!
Boggler puzzles are fun to do on your own or as a competitive race with others, and this one's theme is all about Halloween so you score extra points for every Halloween word that you manage to find in the puzzle!
There are 15 differences in these lovely detailed pictures of a witch's room and spell cupboard. Can you find them?
This Halloween hanjie puzzle isn't easy, but the kids will be very pleased with themselves when they've finished it and discovered what's hidden in the grid! And once you've done one hanjie, we are sure you will be addicted...
Here's a set of old-fashioned rhyming word riddles to puzzle over and solve for Halloween - something different that the kids will enjoy! Hand out a few to trick or treaters, perhaps?
We hope you don't get too spooked by this Halloween squashed sentences puzzle! Find the Halloween sentence by starting at the shaded letter square on each grid. The two unused letters from each grid spell a creepy Halloween word too...
These letter tiles need to be juggled around until they form an important Halloween message. You can cut out the tiles and rearrange them manually, or just use the grid below to try to work out the right order.
Can you reorganise the tiles to form a sentence about this spooky holiday? You could cut them out and try rearranging them, or just write them out on the grid at the bottom of the page.
Kids can print and colour this haunted house colouring page - but watch out for the ghosts! (Actually it's fun to ask children to count the ghosts - they will have to look very carefully!)
Here's a challenge for the kids - or the adults! Can you come up with a type of sweet / candy or treat food for every letter of the alphabet? Z might be a bit tricky...