Printable Halloween Quiet Book

Learn with a group of Halloween monsters and friends! This Quiet Halloween Printable Book will help your child practice a variety of basic skills – sorting jars filled with spooky ingredients, matching shapes with Jack’o’Lanterns, cracking a smile bats and more.

Many interesting activities to explore.

Printable Halloween Quiet Book for Kids

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Discover a range of fun activities for your children in our printable Halloween book. Print the entire Halloween busy book or just choose the activities you think your child will enjoy the most. This book can be used by many people because the activities cater to many ages. Laminate sheets of paper or use page protectors. Laminate the working parts and attach Velcro to them (they can also be used without Velcro).

What do you need to make this error activity book?

  • Our printable Halloween activity book
  • pressing machine and pressing bags
  • protect the optional page
  • adhesives
  • paper and printer
  • Dot Velcro or similar
  • drag
  • adhesive to fix small parts to the lamination bag

Printable Halloween Quiet Book Activity Pages Instructions

Monster colors

Let’s start with some color practice. Match colors and practice saying color names by matching silly-looking monsters.

Pumpkin shape

Look at all those scary Jack-o-Lanterns! Match the shapes (say the names out loud) with their outlines.

Count the witch’s jar

Witches need good ingredients to create powerful potions. Count the ingredients in each jar and place them in the correct location on the shelf.

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Battle with monsters

Can you match all 6 faces to the correct body? Create mummies, skeletons, witches, vampires, werewolves and green monsters.

See also How to Make a Paper Frog Craft

Letters are missing from the alphabet

Fill in the missing letters and make whole bats.

Spider clock

Practice telling time with this fun spider web clock.

Change the numbers on the dialog clock and move the clock hands accordingly.

Feeling some candy corn

Candy corn stacking – practice number sense from 1 to 8.

Hat color classification

Look at the colors of the hats and match them to the right positions.

Halloween Monster Silhouette

Match silhouettes with monsters

Bats change faces

Play with this bat’s facial expressions and flap its wings.

Make him angry, happy, cold, loving…

Have fun learning

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