Free Halloween Alphabet Worksheets For Preschoolers

Unlock the spirit of Halloween while nurturing your child’s early literacy skills with our free Halloween alphabet worksheets.

These educational Halloween activities for kids are a great way to encourage the kids to learn.

These alphabet worksheets are aimed at preschoolers and are so much fun. They are a great way to improve your child’s fine motor skills as well as being a fun Halloween activity.

Join us on a journey where each letter is accompanied by a bewitching Halloween image, making language acquisition a thrilling adventure.


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Have fun learning the alphabet this Halloween

These fall alphabet worksheets are such a fun way to learn the ABCs.

Download the Halloween alphabet letters below. There are 26 pages to download, one for each letter of the alphabet.

These preschool alphabet worksheets are free to print but are for personal and classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the post and add your email address to get the pdf file.

The children will practice letter recognition, tracing, writing, and cutting skills with these free worksheets.

What are the supplies needed:

This is the best bit about these free printables, you will already have all of the supplies needed.

Just grab some copy paper, some pencils, crayons, scissors, and glue and you are good to go.

How to use the Halloween worksheets

These alphabet literacy worksheets can be used with little learners as a great addition to the new letter of the week lessons.

Each letter of the alphabet has the upper and lower case letter to color in.

Halloween Alphabet Activities Letter P

A space to trace the uppercase and lowercase letters.

Halloween Alphabet Activities Letter W

Find the letters by circling as we did or using these dot markers.

Halloween Alphabet Activities Letter X

Cut out the letters at the bottom of the page and ask the children to paste them in the correct place on the worksheet.

I always use a paper cutter for the first cut.

To cut up all of the individual letters if the children are ready you can give them some child-friendly scissors and they can cut them.

Halloween Alphabet Activities Letter Z

Have fun with Halloween color by number free printables too!

Free Halloween printables

Welcome to a world of festive learning and spooky delights with our collection of free Halloween printables.

From captivating treasure hunts to engaging counting worksheets, memory games, and creative coloring pages. We’ve assembled a range of activities that combine the magic of Halloween with educational exploration.

Elevate the Halloween excitement with our cleverly crafted Halloween scavenger hunt clues. Turning your home into a realm of mystery and adventure.

Turn autumn into a numbers extravaganza with our Halloween counting worksheets. Where playful pumpkins and mischievous ghosts make learning to count a joyous experience.

Gather family and friends to enjoy the thrill of a game with our Halloween bingo printable. Infusing a spooky twist into a beloved classic.

Challenge memory skills with our Halloween memory game printable. An entertaining way to enhance cognitive abilities in the spirit of the season.

Halloween activity bundle


Halloween alphabet books

Continue learning the alphabet this Halloween with these best Halloween books for preschoolers:

H is for Halloween introduces young readers to the enchanting world of Halloween. As they explore the alphabet through spooky and delightful imagery.

Halloween ABC invites young readers to discover the alphabet through a Halloween-themed adventure.

Halloween ABC (Little Golden Book) children embark on a journey through the alphabet. With charming Halloween-themed illustrations, combining learning with the magic of the season.

Download the free printable Halloween alphabet worksheets

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Need to print later? Add this to your Pinterest board or share it on Facebook. You’ll have it handy whenever you’re ready to use it!

Last Updated on 18 July 2024 by Clare Brown

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