Free Halloween Downloads

14 October 2011
Halloween is just over two weeks away.  My students, have been busy with my Halloween Math Centers.  They are enjoying them so much so that I decided to create more Halloween themed math centers!  I created this free Candy Corn Estimation and Counting Math Center packet.  Click on the pictures to download on TpT.  Scroll down to go to some other Halloween themed freebies I found via Pinterest.  *Bloggers love comments.  Please, leave positive feedback if you download our items!
Graphics are by Scrappin Doodles and Pixel Papers.  The font (Pea Martha) is by To get these graphics and fonts, click on the buttons to the left of this post!

I have a few other free items for Halloween in my TeachersPayTeachers store.  Click on the pictures to download.  I created these using Word and Microsoft Word graphics and fonts.

Via Pinterest, I have found these other wonderful Halloween Freebies that I thought I would share with you!  If you don't pin you really must join.  It is so addicting!

Click on the pictures or buttons/links to go to these fabulous blogs!


*Click on the picture for the tracers.  Leslie Ann has the photos under another post.  
This freebie is from


Clutter-Free Classroom


Can Do Kinders
If you have a great Halloween Freebie, please, leave your direct link in the comments below!


  1. Inspired by one of your games, I made a Halloween Roll and Remove. You can find it here:

    Hope you enjoy it!

  2. Thanks!! I grabbed the haunted house writing. Love the graphics.

    Grade ONEderful

  3. There are a couple Halloween freebies on my blog:

  4. I Love your candy corn estimation activity! You are so creative and I love all of your fun ideas! Thank you!
    I was wondering if I could actually ask you a question also? I have tried to upload a document picture, like your candy corn activity to my personal blog from my google docs, but I cannot figure it out! Could you possibly enlighten me how to post the picture of a document to a blog, and also have the link go to google docs after clicking on the picture? I'd be so grateful if you'd reply to this comment and tell me how it's done. Thank you so much! I love all your fun ideas!

  5. I take a screen shot of the first page of the pdf file. After I add the picture to my blog post, I highlight it and click add link. Then I paste the link. For great blog tech tips go to

  6. Thank you so much! You are so sweet for replying. I hope you have a great weekend!

  7. Thanks so much Erica for the fun activities! I love your blog, and check it daily for new ideas! You are awesome!

  8. Hi Erica, Here is my most recent freebie for Halloween! (Using yummy BooMallows!)

    Jaime from

  9. Awesome finds - I am grabbing your candy corn estimation and the > < ghosts! I made a roll and graph game that I have on my blog here:

    Jennifer @ Herding Kats In Kindergarten

  10. Erica,
    Thank you so much for the shout out! I am grabbing your candy corn estimation! So cute!

  11. Thank you! Looking forward to using these with my 1st/2nd graders! :o)

    Mrs. Lopac Teaches...

  12. Hi Erica,
    Thanks so much for including me. I hope you had a wonderful weekend. :) Jodi from The Clutter-Free Classroom

  13. Thank you so much for sharing! I love your downloads and freebies!

    You ROCK!

  14. I just posted a candy corn contractions center with a cute little candy corn contraction man art activity. It turned out pretty cute. Come check out some pics.

  15. I am hosting a "Treat or treat" week in my blog so there are freebies everyday. You can check these Spooky jokes here
    Thanks so much!

  16. Estimation is so important. Thank you for sharing this cute activity.
    Tales from a Fourth Grade MathNut


Powered by Blogger.
Back to Top