Free Halloween Memory Match Game for Kids

We love easy Halloween games and crafts – and this one is the best! Simply print the free games pieces and play a fun game of Memory. Memory is such a wonderful game to play. It encourages kids to learn how to play co-operatively and take turns. It’s also important for cognitive development and gross motor skills. Scroll down for your FREE Halloween themed memory game.

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What you will need:

A copy of our FREE Halloween memory match game. Scroll down to instructions to access.

Scissors

!WARNING! Remember that scissors are sharp. Scissors should only be used under close adult supervision.

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This is what you will need to do:

1. Print out this FREE memory match file:

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2. Carefully use scissors to cut around each of the game pieces

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3. Turn the game pieces over so that they are face down on a flat surface.

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4. Play!! The neat thing about memory is that you can play against your self or with a group of people. Have fun!!

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Easy Halloween Lacing, Threading and Sewing Printable for Kids

Download and print these FREE and cute Halloween lacing templates. This is a super fun activity and super easy to put together for kids to enjoy this Halloween. Once printed, punch some holes around the edges of each printable template using a hole punch and then start sewing and lacing. You might like to laminate your templates or paste them down onto some cardboard before punching the holes to make them more durable.

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This is what you will need

Free printable template (scroll down to print)

Scissors

Hole punch

Yarn

Kids plastic sewing needle (optional)

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This is what you will need to do:

1. Print out this free worksheet

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2. Carefully cut around each Halloween picture on the printable pages. At this point you might like to either laminate your pictures or paste them onto cardboard. Something like an empty cereal box would be perfect. This will make your sewing templates more durable and reusable.

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3. Grab a hole punch, and carefully make holes around the edge of each picture.

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4. Now you are ready to start threading! You can use your fingers to push the yarn through each hole, or you could use a children’s plastic sewing needle if you have one.

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Spooky Halloween Letter Match

We hope that you love this FREE letter match activity! It’s perfect for learning letters and celebrating the Halloween holiday. You can use this activity to develop letter recognition skills, match upper and lower case letters, make words and even to practice writing your name!

Scroll down for your FREE copy of the printable.

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Materials

A copy of our free printable

Scissors

Warning! Please remember that scissors are sharp! Scissors should only every be used under close adult supervision.

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Method

1. Print out the FREE Spooky Halloween Letter Match printable here.

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2. Carefully cut around each spider with scissors. Remember that scissors are sharp! Always supervise children when they are handling scissors.

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3. Start matching your spooky spiders to their matching upper or lower case letter.

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Penguin Shape Sort for Kids

This penguin shape sort activity is one of my post popular posts! We made these cute little penguins from construction paper and then matched foam shape stickers to each penguin. This activity is perfect for developing shape recognition and fine motor skills. But most importantly, it’s simply fun!! And you can scroll down for FREE printable versions of the activity too.

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This is what you will need:

Construction paper

Scissors

Glue stick

Googly eyes

Foam shape stickers

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This is what you will need to do:

1. Cut your penguin shapes and glue down some googly eyes.

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2. Sort your stickers to each penguin.

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If you would like a FREE printable version of this activity click this link:

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And here is a FREE penguin template that you can print out as many times as you like!

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Christmas Scissor Skills for Kids

Here is another fun and easy scissor skill activity for kids this Christmas. You can make your own cute Santa from a painted paper plate and some strips of paper, or you can print out my FREE printable worksheets below.

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This is what you will need to do:

1. Carefully cut some strips of paper. Remember that scissors are sharp and that you should always take care when using scissors!

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2. Paint a paper plate in the skin color of your choice. This plate will form Santa’s face. Once the paint is dry, use a glue stick to paste the strips of paper onto the plate.

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3. Cut a Santa hat and red nose from red colored construction paper.

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4. Glue the hat and nose onto the plate, and add some eyes.

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5. Take a pencil and curl Santa’s beard. This step is super fun.

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6. Glue some cotton balls onto Santa’s hat to finish.

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Here is your FREE printable worksheet:

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Christmas Scissor Skills for Kids

This easy scissor skills activity is perfect for developing fine motor skills. You can make your own version of this activity with some scraps of colored paper or you can download my FREE printable worksheet to save time. Scroll down to find your copy.

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This is what you will need:

Colored strips of paper

Black marker pen

Scissors

Glue stick

Or this FREE printable worksheet

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This is what you will need to do:

1. Cut your paper into strips and paste a Christmas tree shape to the end of each strip. This will give your paper snipping activity direction. Once the glue is dry, draw some lines along the length of the strips with black marker pen. These lines can be straight, curved – anything that you like.

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2. Then grab some kids safety scissors and ask your kids to carefully snip along the lines.

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Q-tip Painting for Kids

Q-tip painting is a favorite activity of ours! It is relatively mess-free and is perfect for developing fine motor skills. This activity is the best way for kids, preschoolers and toddlers to practice shape, number and letter recognition. Best of all, it’s lots of fun!

Scroll down for your FREE printable shape, letter and number printable worksheets.

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This is what you will need:

Paint (I recommend washable kid paint!)

Q-tips

Free printable templates – scroll down and you will easily find these

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Shape Recognition and Tracing for Kids

1. Prepare your shape template. You can print my FREE printable worksheet here, or draw up your own.

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2. Dip the Q-tips into paint and then use them as paint brushes to trace or dot along each shape.

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Number Recognition and Tracing for Kids

1. Prepare your number template. You can print my FREE printable worksheet here, or draw up your own.

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2. Dip the Q-tips into paint and then use them as paint brushes to trace or dot along each number.

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Letter Recognition and Tracing for Kids

1. Prepare your letter template. You can print my FREE printable worksheet here, or draw up your own.

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2. Dip the Q-tips into the paint and then use them to trace or dot along each letter.

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Halloween Patterns for Kids

This cute spider activity is perfect for helping kids learn about shapes and patterns this Halloween! Simply print out the templates below, snip the shapes carefully with scissors and then paste them onto the spider legs to continue the patterns. This activity is great for developing early numeracy skills, scissor skills and fine motor skills. And it’s heaps of fun too!

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This is what you will need

Construction paper

Scissors

Recycled cardboard

Glue stick

Stickers

Washi tape (optional)

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This is what you will need to do

1. Cut a spider shape from black construction paper and glue it down onto a piece of recycled cardboard. Add some stickers to start a pattern. Your pattern could be simple alternating patterns or more complicated ones that involve 3 or more colors or shapes. You might also like to add a border of washi tape to finish your game.

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2. Next ask your child to finish the patterns with their stickers. We used small square stickers, simply because that’s what we had on hand. You could use sticker dots or even paints and Q-tips to finish the patterns.

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Here is the FREE printable file for you!

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Here is what the FREE printable worksheets look like. They are so cute!!

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Monster Scissor Skills

I love Halloween crafts so much! I think that one of the main reasons why they are so fun is that you get to use googly eyes – lots of them. Googly eyes make your monsters, ghosts and ghouls look Halloween spooky, but also kind of cute. If you don’t have googly eyes at home for your Halloween crafts, then this FREE printable worksheet might be perfect for you.

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Here is the FREE printable worksheet file:

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Halloween Scissor Skills for Kids

I love easy scissor skill activities for kids and I love Halloween! Even though Halloween is not a huge thing here in Australia, we still love to celebrate and acknowledge this fun holiday! In this activity, you will be able to color your very own spider web and then practice scissor skills to make an adorable paper spider. You can make one of these colorful rainbow spooky spider webs from scratch or you can scroll down for your own FREE printable worksheet copy!

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This is what you will need:

White computer paper

Black marker pen

Colorful crayons, pencils or marker pens

Toilet paper roll or similar cardboard tube

Black construction paper

Scissors

Gluestick

Googly eyes

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This is what you will need to do:

1. Draw a spider web onto your piece of white computer paper with black marker pen or print out the FREE spider web printable below. Then color in the web with lots of bright colors. You can use crayons, pencil, marker pens or even oil pastels to color your web.

Here is the FREE spider web worksheet for you:

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2. Next, make your spiders. To do this, cut an empty toilet roll holder in half and cover with black construction paper. Position the spiders under the web and glue in place. Then add some googly eyes and black strips of paper for legs. To finish, take your black marker pen and draw a line connecting your spider to the rainbow web. If you don’t have a cardboard tube, use the FREE template to make your spider.

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