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Halloween Coloring Pages and Printables for Teachers, Parents and Kids

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If you need some fun Halloween coloring pages and printables, these 10 sites will give you everything you’re looking for, from preschool fun to advanced learning activities.

  1. RaisingOurKids.com
    This site has a large list of specific coloring pages with clean and professional graphics. Most notable are the “eyes” pages (cat eyes, ghost eyes, etc.) that would make excellent masks or cutouts for a larger work of art.
    http://www.raisingourkids.com/hol/halloween/freehalloweencoloringpages.shtml
  2. PrintActivities.com
    This is a great site for teachers containing high-quality printables and coloring pages. The activities include word searches, dot-to-dots, mazes, and craft ideas. Most notable are the “counting by” mazes in which kids have to navigate their way by counting by 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, and 5s.
    http://www.printactivities.com/Seasonal_Activities/Halloween_Activities.html
  3. ABCTeach.com
    Perfect for teachers, this site contains a Halloween-themed alphabet, story-starters, history, memory game, and pumpkin graphing, just to name a few. Lots of classroom content for all grades from preschool to 6th.
    http://www.abcteach.com/directory/seasonalholidays/halloween/
  4. Disney Family Fun
    This site is full of activities and printables for kids. The categories include: Countdown to Halloween Calendar, Games & Activities (including coloring pages), Halloween PartyPrintables, Halloween Decorations, Pumpkin CarvingTemplates, Halloween Keepsakes, and Halloween Craft Templates. There’s even a Halloween Coloring Page Creator, where kids can design their own coloring pages.
    http://familyfun.go.com/printables/season/specialfeature/halloween-printables-ms/
  5. EdHelper.com
    This site is great for teachers, ranging from Kindergarten to 8thgrade. There are some very unique activities on this site, such as: logic puzzles, foreign language analogies, readers’ theater scripts, and reading comprehension.
    http://edhelper.com/halloween.htm

6 & 7. DLTK’s Growing Together
This site wins my vote for most creative. Each coloring page is linked to a funny riddle. The graphics aren’t great, but the fun activity makes up for that.
http://www.dltk-holidays.com/Halloween/riddles/index.htm

This site also has an extensive printables selection, especially great for teachers with activities such as bingo, dominos, puzzles, and worksheets. Some of these printables are more extensive and better suited for children in grades 2 and up.
http://www.dltk-holidays.com/halloween/printables.htm

  1. PapaJan.com
    This site has 11 coloring pages in all, so you are sure to find what you’re looking for. Some of the pages are quite detailed, making them better suited for elementary school-aged children. 
    http://www.coloringpages.net/halloween.html
  2. Coloring-Page.net
    This site has 45 images and a printable Halloween coloring book. The images are simple cartoons, and each is specifically labeled, making it easy to find what you need. 
    http://coloring-page.net/halloween.html
  3. Coloring.ws
    This site is easy to navigate. You can click on the following categories to find what you need quickly and easily: bats, ghosts, jack-o-lanterns, spiders, trick-or-treaters, vampires, and witches.
    http://www.coloring.ws/halloween.html

 

 

 

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