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Halloween Worksheets

What is Halloween? A holiday that is celebrated on the 31st of October every year is known as Halloween. The traditions originated along with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. On the day of Samhain, people come out dressed in costumes to ward off ghosts and would light bonfires. Pope Gregory III in the 18th century designated November 1st as a time to honor all saints. Eventually, traditions of the Samhain were incorporated in All Saints Day. The evening before the day was known as All Hallows Eve. With the passing time, it became Halloween. Gradually, Halloween became a day with activities, especially children, where they trick or treat. One of the most important traditions that evolved was carving the jack-o-lanterns, dressing up in costumes, and eating treats. Religiously, people light candles on the graves of the dead. The spooky time of year is one of my favorites. We put a great deal of time into creating fun worksheets for this area. Enjoy!

Themed Skill Sheets Sorted By Common Core Skill

Core Aligned and Leveled Collection


Grade 1

  • Halloween Addition and Subtraction Signs(1.OA.A1 (B.1 & D.1)) - Cut and Paste the correct math sign that makes each of the following equations true.
  • Comparing Numbers(1.NBT.B.3 G.3) - Compare the following numbers by adding a greater than >, less than <, or = symbol in the pumpkins that is between the two numbers.
  • Subtraction Sentences(1.OA.A.1 D.3) - Brandon went trick-or-treating and received 6 candy bars. He felt bad because his little sister was sick and could not go trick-or-treating, so he gave his little sister 2 of his candy bars. How many candy bars does Brandon have now?

Grade 2

  • Even and Odd Math(2.OA.C.3. A.6) - Tell if each set of pictures is even or odd by blacking in your answer.
  • Writing Numbers up to 100 in Words(2.NBT.A.3 C.3) - Write the correct number that is represented by the number words in each candy corn.
  • Making a Pictograph(2. MD.D.10 R7) - Cut out the black cats at the bottom of the page. Use the tally chart to complete the pictograph by pasting the black cats on the pictograph.

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