Cut out the labels and stick them into the correct column on this bat "fact vs fiction" worksheet. Use it to encourage the children to learn about bats - they will need to find out the answers - or as a revision exercise.
More Halloween Worksheets
Here are some more fun Halloween worksheets that you can use in the classroom or home.
We have two sizes of these letter order worksheets to choose from. The large size has 3 bats and letter sets per page and 8 worksheets in total. The small size has 8 bats and letter sets per page and 3 worksheets in total.
Younger children can practise their pencil control with this fun worksheet, carefully following the dotted lines from the start towards the bats. You could also use this worksheet as a cutting exercise.
The word "bat" is one of the first CVC words introduced to children - so this jigsaw is perfect for early learners, particularly at Halloween.
When you are learning about bats, why not get the kids to try filling out this bat worksheet. They might have to do a little research to fill in all the blanks...
Use our bat writing page for capturing research on bats, or for project writing. We have colour and black and white versions available.
Use this spooky gravestone frame for some writing practice. Perhaps the kids could come up with a funny - or scary - epitaph, suitable for Halloween?
Children are asked to arrange the Halloween words into alphabetical order and write them onto the pumpkin, on this fun Halloween worksheet.
Here's our second alphabetical order challenge. How quickly can you put these Halloween words into alphabetical order?
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.
Children say the name of the picture and listen carefully for the beginning sound - then clip a clothes peg to the correct letter. These Halloween peg cards are such a fun way to practise!
Grab some clothes pegs and printer card and have fun with these Halloween number peg cards! Cut out the cards (laminate for repeat use) and then ask the kids to count the objects and "clip" the correct number.
This Halloween mirror frame comes in 4 versions - lined, handwriting, story and blank - so you can use it with a range of ages and in many different ways for your Halloween writing projects.
Trace the numbers 0 to 10 on these Halloween "candy" cauldrons. When you've finished you could colour them in and cut them out and use them as an ordering activity.
Make a fun file folder / display book game in which the children have to find the matching shadow (in Halloween orange!) and place the pictures on top. There are 2 pages of images and 2 pages of shadows included, as well as instructions, in the pack.
Can the children recognise the correct spellings for the Halloween words? Here is a fun worksheet for them to try...
Trace the colour words and then draw lines to match them with the correct cauldron. This is a fun worksheet for Halloween, for handwriting practice and for learning colours!
Read this interesting piece about pumpkins - where they originate from, how they grow and why they are associated with Halloween - and then answer the questions. We've also provided an answer sheet in the pdf.
Read the descriptions and draw the pumpkin faces according - such a fun way to test reading comprehension at Halloween!
A trip to the library or an internet search will help children do the research they need to complete this spider fact finding worksheet.
These spooky scene writing prompt worksheets are a great way to get even reluctant writers putting pen to paper. There are ten spooky scenes to choose from, and each scene has some prompts to help spark imaginations and plan stories.
Here's a fun worksheet which asks the kids to fill in the blanks of a Halloween story about The Witch Next Door...
The wicked witch illustration on this writing paper isn't too scary – so she could be perfect for your fairytale writing projects as well as at Halloween. Choose from colour or black and white below.
Can the kids identify and write the colours of the brew in each cauldron? Colour fun for Halloween!
For a slightly easier version, try Match the Cauldron Colours (which includes the colour words in dotted font for tracing).