It's that time of year! The most spooktacular holiday of all! Halloween! With a toddler in tow this year I wanted to create something for all the mamas of preschool or kindergarten ages who want to add a little fun and festivity to their child's life! Below you'll find FREE printable Halloween color pages your little one will love coloring in! Plus some stencils and cut outs you can print out for Halloween kids crafts! And lastly, a few printable Halloween activities you can do with your kids too!
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21 Free Printable Halloween Color Pages + Activities For Kids
- Download Halloween Printable PDF
- Halloween Memory Match Game
- Festive Halloween Color Pages
- Crafting or Coloring Bats
- “Hey Boo” Ghost Garland Template + Color Page
- Halloween Printable Masks
- Halloween Playdough Mats
- Free Printable Halloween Bingo Game
- Free Printable I Spy Halloween Activity
- Free Printable Halloween Treasure Hunt For Kids
- Download the FREE Halloween Coloring Pages PDF here:
- Halloween Printables Pin
Grab my 21+ page free printable Halloween Color Pages, Stencils, + Activities!
Here's what's inside the free halloween printables download PDF:
Halloween Memory Match Game
I made this festive matching game! One page is just fall items and the other 2 pages are Halloween items. It comes with 36 matching cards in total. Under each image is the word so you can work with your child on speech development too!
TIP: print the cards on cardstock OR you can use regular paper, just paste it on cardboard. You want to make sure you can't see through the pieces of paper!
Just print, cut and they are ready to use! I laminated mine using contact paper so they are a bit sturdier!
Festive Halloween Color Pages
I also created 7 coloring Halloween pages!
They have a mix of Halloween Images and simple words like “hey pumpkin” in spooky fonts. I did this so your little one can start to see more letters/words.
The coloring pages vary in difficulty. Some pages are really simple – allowing a toddler to do them! Or allowing kindergartens to add their own personality into them!
Other pages have slightly more intricate detailing – which helps with fine motor skills.
All the images are meant to be pretty light, playful, and inviting!
Crafting or Coloring Bats
I shared how to make DIY Dollar Tree Halloween Bats in this video and now I've put together a template for you to replicate!
It's SO easy and your kids can help (with child safe scissors of course!) My daughter loves to stick the finished bats on herself and laugh in the mirror. She gets a real kick out of it! So even if your kids aren't old enough to cut the pattern yet, they can still have fun with the shapes!
In the printable Halloween image pack I put together a few variations of cut out bats so you can customize to your style preference and the size you'd like for your home or Halloween decorations!
“Hey Boo” Ghost Garland Template + Color Page
You can print this off and use it as a template to make a festive “Hey Boo” Ghost Garland OR you can print it off as a festive Halloween color page for your preschool aged child!
Download the FREE Halloween Coloring Pages PDF here:
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Halloween Printable Masks
These super cute masks come in 2 versions. Colored and black and white (so your preschool or kindergarten kid can use it as color pages too!
Check them all out here!
Halloween Playdough Mats
Okay this is SUCH a cute idea! Print out the playdough mats – and I'd suggest laminating them with some contact paper you can pick up at the Dollar Tree! – and then you'll just give your kids some playdough for this Halloween Acitivity! They can create their own art on the play mat!
Check out the details here!
Free Printable I Spy Halloween Activity
Who doesnt love a little search and find activity?
This is great for younger kids as its comprised of images, not words.
Paper Trail Design also has loads more printables you can check out here!
Free Printable Halloween Treasure Hunt For Kids
This is such a cute Halloween Activity for Kindergarten – and even possibly older toddlers!
Basically you can download 20 pre-done clues here or there are blank cards. I am going to use the blank cards with my toddler and see how she does with matching! For instance, draw a bat and see if she can find any bats around the house.
I cant wait to see what you guys make! Tag me on Instagram @theconfusedmillennial if you use any of these! Id LOVE to see!