Halloween Worksheets for Kindergarten and Early Readers; Halloween Read and Draw Worksheets

Halloween Worksheets for Kindergarten

Halloween Worksheets for Kindergarten

To start off your October, today I’m sharing some Halloween read and draw worksheets. You can use these free printables in your homeschool classroom or just for some extra reading practice with your kids outside of school.

These Halloween read and draw activities for kindergarten and beginning readers have simple sentences with sight words and simple phonics for beginners with a couple Halloween-related words in the mix.

The tricky Halloween words included in these three Halloween printables are:

  • Witch
  • Pumpkins
  • Jack-o-lantern


Reading Tip for Parents: If you skim over new stories or activities before presenting them to your children, you can show them new or tricky words before they encounter them in their reading. This will help them feel more prepared and confident in their reading skills.

Halloween Activity Pages

These Halloween read and draw worksheets are great easy practice for emerging readers, helping them to build confidence in their reading skills and encouraging them to visualize what they read. Drawing is a great tool to use to enhance reading comprehension skills. Read and draw activities can aid in reading comprehension over the years as children begin to read or listen to more complex text.

Of course, drawing is also fun for young children, so adding drawing into the mix when learning to read is one way to make the sometimes difficult process of learning to read more enjoyable.

Halloween Read and Draw Worksheets


After your child draws out these simple sentences, you can further the activity by asking questions about your child’s drawings or encouraging him or her to add more details.

  • Is your jack-o-lantern happy or scary?
  • Where is the witch going on her broom?
  • Where are the cat and the bat?

If your child needs a little help with how to draw a bat, check out this video from easypeasyandfun:


Please enjoy the free printables, share them, Pin them for your friends, and share your feedback below!

Published by Krista Brock

As a magazine editor turned freelance writer, mom, and children's book author, I enjoy creating children's books and activities that invite creativity and encourage a love of reading.

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