Free Printable Halloween Coloring Pages


Monsters, witches, and pumpkins, oh my! Pumpkin spice and everything nice means it’s Halloween time! Break out your crayons and colored pencils, because fresh and new Free Printable Halloween Coloring Pages are here.

 I love making holidays extra special for my kids. And extra special doesn’t necessarily mean having to spend extra money. Many times, it’s the little things that make activities extra fun and memories of holiday traditions even sweeter.

 Have you ever noticed how much kids love holiday-themed stuff? Whether it be games, toys, clothing, or decor, they love anything specific to an upcoming holiday.

Halloween Scavenger Hunt for Kids

 That’s why Halloween themed coloring pages are so great! It’s a simple activity that not only keeps kids busy but entertains them with Halloween characters that are only around a few months out of the year.

 Choose one or all seven of the Halloween Coloring Pages to print out. Pick from witches, vampires, a haunted house, and more! You can print out as many as you need of each, as many times as you’d like.

: Wish friends and family a Happy Halloween2020 with this classic image of pumpkin and bats.

: A fun spooky-free coloring page with traditional Halloween USA elements like a pumpkin, spiders, a cat, and a bat flying in face of the moon.

: Not too spooky haunted house perfect for little ones who scare easily.

: Trick or treat! Kids will have a blast coloring this Halloween bag while daydreaming about the treats that will soon be filling their basket.

: Not so spooky vampire. Another great option for the little kiddos that may be scared by some Halloween images.

: The wicked witch flying through the night on her broomstick.


 There are some fun things that you can do with printable coloring pages, beyond just hanging them on your fridge. Here are a couple of simple ideas to use the completed Halloween coloring pages that are great for kids!

1, Create a Coloring Book.

 You can print out this cover sheet, then staple it all together as a book, instead of single pages.

2, Use them to wrap a small present.

 A single sheet of coloring paper is the perfect size to wrap up a small gift for someone special. Such a personalized form of wrapping paper would be a great touch to add to a small teacher gift or treat. If you want thicker paper, print your coloring page on card stock.

3, Frame it.

 I love using my kid’s artwork throughout my gallery wall. A Halloween coloring page would be great to frame and use yearly as part of your Halloween decor. Again, if you plan on doing this, you may want to print out on card stock.

4, Make it into a bookmark.

 Take heavy card stock and cut it into strips. Next, cut out the images you like on the coloring pages and glue them to the heavy card stock. (This will only work on the smaller images within the coloring pages, like the bats, but it would still be a fun activity for kids!) Once you have finished, you can leave it as is or laminate the bookmark, then use a hole punch on the top and tie a black or orange ribbon through it.


 I hope these Halloween coloring pages add some fun to the fall season! If you’re looking for some more fun seasonal activities for your little kids, make sure to check out my Halloween Scavenger Hunt, which is fun for at home, in the classroom, or around your neighborhood. My Tin Can Jack-o-Lantern Tutorial is definitely a fun project that can be done at home or even in the classroom as well!

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