With Halloween coming up, it’s time to get witchy! The kids will have so much fun learning with these educational Witch themed activities using our free printable pack of Halloween worksheets.
Halloween is an exciting time of year for kids, with costume parties, ghost stories, and of course, trick-or-treating. It also offers lots of fun themes that can be included in your home learning, from Witches to Pumpkins to Monsters, Ghosts and more.
We have provided a free printable pack that contains many Witch themed activities and worksheets that are perfect for this time of year. These include coloring pages, dot to dot, scattergories, potion brewing and more – all designed to make learning fun and engaging.
Educational Witch Printables for Halloween Learning
Witches are some of the most recognized characters in all of Children’s literature. That’s why we are thrilled to share with you our Witch themed activities which are perfect for Halloween. You can tie in these activities with plenty of children’s books for all ages (We’ve put together a short list of recommendations at the end of this blog post!)
This Witch printable pack is great for school or home crafts, classroom activities, parties, and celebrating with family. We hope that this pack inspires your creativity and helps make this holiday even more fun.
The activities in this pack are typically suited for KS1 (key stage one) aged children around 5-7 years old. Of course all children vary so choose what is most appropriate for your own child.
Some of the pages will work very well for younger kids including pre-schoolers and some of the more open ended pages can work for older kids too as they can make their writing more detailed.
Educational Witch Printables Pack
Draw a Witch Dot to Dot Halloween Printable Page
Connect the dots from 1-30 to complete the witch picture drawing, and then color it in. Dot to dot activities are great for pencil control, and number recognition. They are also a lot of fun!
My Halloween Brew Worksheet Printable
Who wouldn’t like to design their own witches potion in a cauldron?
This printable page offers Witchy Halloween themed writing practice and encourages children to label all of their ingredients for their own imaginary Witches potion. Spooky!
You could compliment this work sheet with some hands on potion making sensory activities.
Halloween Scattergories Printable
Scattergories is a fun game that gets kids thinking. How many answers can you come up with for each category? How about starting with a certain letter? Or in a time limit? This printable also makes a fun Halloween game for Halloween parties.
The categories included are:
- Something scary
- Something black
- A Name for a Witch
- Something that Flies
- Halloween Party Item
- A Trick You can Play
- Something Orange
- Costume Idea
- Halloween Treat
- Something in a Haunted House
- Something to Hide Candy
- Something to Carry in a Pumpkin
Witches Broom Drawing and Writing Prompt Printable Worksheet Page
Draw who you would like to be, riding on the broom and write a paragraph or a few sentences about your imaginary broom and its powers.
Label the Witch Printable Worksheet
This page asks kids to match up the correct word for all of the witches clothes and accessories. You can complete this page by writing in the boxes or cutting and pasting the words into the boxes.
Say Hello to the Witch! Adjectives worksheet activity
This page asks kids to think of their best words to describe a witch. You can work on all kinds of suitable adjectives, making the language as descriptive as possible. How about some witch metaphors or similes? This creative writing activity is lots of fun!
My Witches Spell Printable Activity
Fill in the four ingredients and color it all in to create a magical spooky witches spell or potion for Halloween.
What type of potion would your child wish to make? This is a great conversation opener and gets the imagination going.
Color the Witches Legs Halloween Color by Number Addition
This color by number is a little more tricky than the usual type. First, complete the addition problem then you’ll know which color to choose!
How to Brew A Potion Writing Prompt
This page is left open ended for kids to write as much as they can on the topic, with the prompt of “How to Brew a Potion”
You can use this page as a follow on after completing the witches spell page to give them a head start and some ideas about ingredients and what their potion could be used for. You can also use together with the adjectives page to get them thinking about how best to make their language more interesting.
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More Halloween Printables for Kids
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As mentioned earlier, here are a few Witch books for kids which you can use to compliment the worksheets and tie in with your witch learning theme this Halloween
Witch Books for Kids
Here are a few suggestions of some of the best books about witches for children of all ages. Many of these books are part of a series, so if your child enjoys them they can go on and read more and more – which is great!
The Amazon links included below are affiliate links.Jill Murphy The Worst Witch Collection 8 Books Set,(The Worst Witch,The Worst Witch to the Rescue,The Worst Witch Strikes Again,The Worst Witch All at Sea A Bad Spell for the Worst Witch, Fun with the worst withch and Witch and The Wishing Star Meg and Mog Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Winnie and Wilbur Series 16 Books Bag Collection Set By Valerie Thomas ( Winnie The Witch, The Big Bad Robot, The Broomstick Ride, The Dinosaur Day ,The Magic Wand, In Winter…… The Witches Harriet Muncaster Mirabelle Collection 3 Books Set (Mirabelle Breaks the Rules, Mirabelle Has a Bad Day, Mirabelle Gets up to Mischief)
We hope you enjoy these free Witch Printables and all of our suggestions. Happy learning!
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