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FREE Printable Draw And Write Worksheets For Teachers: Halloween Animals Theme

Updated on March 3, 2014

Bats, Cats, Owls, and Rats! Draw, Write, And Learn About Halloween Animals

Teach students about Halloween mammals, amphibians, arachnids, and birds with these fun drawing and writing prompts.

The excitement of this spooky holiday can make it hard for children to stay focused on learning. Harness their natural interest in the fascinating animals of the season with 10 sets of Draw And Write Activities that encourage creativity, thinking, assimilating information, language development, and fine motor skills.

Use the large Talk About It pictures to spark discussions, story-telling, poetry-writing, and verbal expression.

This page also has lists of links to other related printables, activities, and information around the web, as well as selected products and books from Amazon and Ebay to enhance your classroom exploration.

Enjoy! And have a Happy Hoppy Fuzzy Furry Feathery Halloween! (Can your students say that quickly three times?)

Image credit: Halloween Bat Poster at Zazzle.com

To Print Worksheets:

Select the activities you wish to use, copy and paste them into your word processor, customize as desired (font size, lines, heading, additional material, etc.), then print.

Boo Postcard available at Zazzle.com
Boo Postcard available at Zazzle.com

1) Hairy Halloween Mammals

Draw It

Mammals are warm-blooded animals that usually have hair on their bodies. Baby mammals drink milk from their mothers. Cats, rats, mice, and bats are all mammals. Draw a Halloween scene featuring your favorite mammals.

Write About It

The animals I drew are

They are mammals because

My favorite Halloween mammal is

The hair on my favorite Halloween mammal is

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It

2) Squeak Squeak Creak Creak!

Draw It

Do you know the difference between rats and mice? Rats are a lot bigger and have thick, heavy tails. Mice are tiny, with thin tails. The ears of mice look bigger on their heads than do the ears of rats. Rats are smarter than mice, and get along better with humans. Draw a rat and a mouse in a Halloween house.

Write About It

The mouse I drew is

The rat I drew is

The house I drew is

I like my Halloween house because

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It

3) Cats As Black As Night

Draw It

Cats are predators. That means they kill and eat other animals, such as mice. Farmers often have cats in their barns to keep mice from eating the grain. Halloween cats are usually black like the night sky. Draw a Halloween farm scene with a black cat.

Write About It

The cat is

The farmer is

The farm has

Black cats are

Tuxedo Cat Postcard available at Zazzle.com
Tuxedo Cat Postcard available at Zazzle.com

4) Furry Purry Pets

Draw It

Many people enjoy having cats as pets. Halloween witches often have pet black cats. Draw a witch with her black cat.

Write About It

The witch is

The witch has

The cat is

The cat has

For a Halloween pet I would like a

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It
Raven Tree Postcard available at Zazzle.com
Raven Tree Postcard available at Zazzle.com

5) Halloween Birds By Day And Night

Draw It

Birds are warm-blooded, have two legs, feathers, and wings. They lay eggs that hatch into baby birds. Owls and ravens are popular birds during Halloween. Owls are nocturnal, which means they are active at night. Ravens are diurnal, which means they are active during the day. Draw some Halloween birds below.

Write About It

The birds I drew are

Owls are

Ravens are

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It
Cat And Owl Postcard available at Zazzle.com
Cat And Owl Postcard available at Zazzle.com

6) Night Fliers

Draw It

Owls and bats both fly at night. Owls are birds, but bats are mammals. Owls have feathers, but bats have hair. Draw an owl sitting in a spooky tree. Draw some bats flying around the tree.

Write About It

The owl

The bats

The tree looks

The night sky

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It
Witch Magic Postcard available at Zazzle.com
Witch Magic Postcard available at Zazzle.com

7) Amazing Amphibians For Halloween

Draw It

Amphibians are cold-blooded animals. They usually begin life in the water, breathing with gills. As they grow older, they develop lungs and live at least part of the time on land. Frogs, toads, newts, and salamanders are all amphibians. Draw a Halloween scene featuring your favorite amphibians.

Write About It

The amphibians I drew are

My favorite Halloween amphibian is

I like this amphibian because

Green Frog Halloween Photo Sculpture available at Zazzle.com
Green Frog Halloween Photo Sculpture available at Zazzle.com

8) Hopping Halloween With Frog And Toad

Draw It

Do you know the difference between frogs and toads? Frogs have long hind legs for leaping and swimming. Toads have short hind legs for walking. Frogs have longer, slender bodies. Toads have short, thick bodies. Frogs have smooth and slimy skin. Toads have bumpy, dry skin. Draw a frog and a toad. Add Halloween details for fun.

Write About It

The frog

The toad

The Halloween picture I drew

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It
Black Spider Postcard available at Zazzle.com
Black Spider Postcard available at Zazzle.com

9) Spooky Spiders

Write About It

Spiders are arachnids. Their bodies have two main parts. The back part of their bodies produce silk threads, which spiders spin into webs to trap insects. Insects have six legs, and spiders have eight legs. Draw a spider, an insect, and a web.

Write About It

The spider

The insect

The web

Halloween spiders are

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It
Halloween Pugs Stickers available at Zazzle.com
Halloween Pugs Stickers available at Zazzle.com

10) My Halloween Pet

Draw It

Do you have a Halloween animal for a pet at home? Some people buy or make Halloween costumes for their pets. Draw a pet you have or one you would like to have. Draw your pet ready for Halloween!

Write About It

The pet I drew is

My pet has

For Halloween my pet

Talk About It

Talk About It
Talk About It
Happy Halloween Postcard available at Zazzle.com
Happy Halloween Postcard available at Zazzle.com

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Happy Hoppy Fuzzy Furry Feathery Halloween! - (Can Your Students Say That Quickly Three Times?)

Broomstick Mice Postcard available at Zazzle.com
Broomstick Mice Postcard available at Zazzle.com

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      MelanieMurphyMyer 3 years ago

      @TanoCalvenoa: Thanks, TanoCalvenoa! :)

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      TanoCalvenoa 3 years ago

      This lens proves Halloween animals are the best!