These Halloween theme number order puzzles are fun for preschoolers, pre-k, and kindergarteners. Grab free printable Halloween number sequence puzzles with numbers 1-5 and 1-10 to help your child learn their numbers.
These Halloween themed number order puzzles are fun and simple to use. Your child builds the picture and counts along. Don’t worry, Mama, the pictures are cute, not scary! My daughter was super excited to see the Halloween sharks – I’m sure your little one will be, too.
Older children can also work on their scissor skills by cutting the puzzle into strips, themselves. The free printable number building puzzles are perfect for preschoolers and pre-k and you can add on more challenging puzzles for your little learner with numbers up to 20, skip counting to 100, and blank versions to fill in with your own numbers or sight word sentences.
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This post has two free printable Halloween number building puzzles that you’re welcome to use with your own children, therapy clients, or classroom. There are additional blank PDFs and skip counting puzzles available for a very low price, too!
These number learning puzzles make a great addition to your Halloween theme. Use them with these free printable Halloween bingo cards or Halloween matching cards. Toddlers and preschoolers also love these free printable Halloween dot marker printables.
How to use number order puzzles
First, grab your printable PDF files. The puzzles with numbers 1-5 and 1-10 are available for free download in this post with no email address required. Just keep scrolling a little bit further down the page.
Print your pages. I typically print games like this on presentation paper, a heavyweight paper with a special coating for beautiful images. Cardstock is more durable than printer paper, but the images won’t be as bright and crisp. My third choice is heavyweight premium printer paper like this 32lb bright white paper I use for my planner printables.
Laminate the pages. This is optional, but highly recommended. I almost always laminate printables. If you want these number order puzzles to be part of a classroom math center or reusable at a later time/with other children, you should laminate them. An at home laminator typically pays for itself with 15-20 uses.
We have laminated matching cards that my daughter has used for over a year. There’s no way they would have lasted that long if they weren’t laminated, so we would have ended up printing extra copies. Laminating your pages is a great way to save your printer ink since you won’t need to print the same pages again and again.
Next, cut away the border around your puzzle and cut it into strips.
Have your child build the picture and count!
Printable Halloween number sequence puzzles
Like all printables on The Artisan Life, these Halloween number puzzles are for personal and single classroom use. You are not licensed redistribute or sell the printables to others. Please just refer your friends and colleagues to this post so they can download their own copies.
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Halloween number puzzles with fillable PDFs, 1-20, and skip counting
First let’s take a look at the full Halloween number order activity pack.
Just keep scrolling a little bit more to get to your freebie downloads!
The full set includes 12 pages with puzzles featuring two versions of 1-5, 1-10, 11-20, skip counting by 5’s to 50, and skip counting by 10’s to 100.
Each puzzle also comes with a blank version so you can write in your own numbers or letters. It isn’t a fillable PDF, but it’s easy to add text in programs like Preview on Mac or for free online using PDFEscape. To add text in Preview, select the “annotation” option, as shown below:
The fillable puzzles are great for working on numbers or sight word sentences.
This complete set of number building puzzles is available for the very low price of $1.99:
Free printable Halloween number puzzle 1-5
Alright, let’s take a look at the free printables.
First there’s the puzzle with numbers 1-5 featuring Halloween sharks:
The download link is highlighted in grey and is located below the preview image. You may need to give permission for downloads from DropBox if you see a popup asking for download permission.
Free printable Halloween number puzzle 1-10
After your little learner masters 1-5, it’s time to move on to counting to 10! This puzzle features a cute Halloween cat curled up with pumpkins. The download link is highlighted with grey and located below the preview image.
Please make sure to allow downloads from DropBox if a dialogue box asks for permission. You need to allow this download in order to receive your PDF.
It’s not too late to provide additional learning opportunities to your child when you purchase the Halloween number puzzle set for just $1.99:
There are many more free printables for Halloween available on The Artisan Life. Make sure to check them out below!
Natasha Núñez is a former classroom teacher with a Masters of the Arts in Teaching. She also is a registered yoga teacher & holds a certificate in natural skincare formulation from the School of Natural Skincare. She shares her passion for education, positive parenting, free printables, and recipes for DIY bath & home products. Learn more about Natasha and where she’s been featured.