These Halloween poem worksheets are a fun way to introduce colors and numbers to Pre-K and Kindergarten students. Print out the worksheets below, read them together, and have your child color them.
For students beginning to learn how to read, this Halloween Activity which features the '5 Little Pumpkins' poem is great. It offers two different ways to get crafty with the Five Little Pumpkins poem.
The first poem is a simple rhyme that focus on the -at sound. We've
been working on reading -at words in our house with our Kindergartener
who just so happens to love coloring as well. So, print out this poem,
read it to your child and have her practice the words cat, hat, and sat.
The second poem worksheet emphasizes colors. Learning colors is often covered in Pre-K, but in Kindergarten, children begin learning how to spell their words. This worksheet would be great for either grade level, while older students will enjoy the poem. Have your child color the Halloween objects based on the colored word in each line.
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I've put together a list of educational resources that include links to more free work sheets, workbooks, home school curriculums, teacher resources, and learning toys.