Our hand-drawn Halloween coloring pages for kids are best sellers and loved by kids, families, and classrooms! Just download, print, and go.
Our Halloween coloring pages for kids are fa-boo-lous
Kids using their favorite art materials to add color and give life to fun outlines is simply the best.
As a super duper bonus, all of our coloring pages are hand-drawn, making them extra cute, extra appealing, and extra perfect for young artists.
Related: We have a huge collection of hand-drawn coloring pages that kids LOVE.
Halloween coloring pages for kids = hours of fun
Whether you’re using them for classroom centers, after-school fun, Halloween parties, morning invitations, playdate activities, or anything in between, kids of all ages love them.
Just download + print, and your kids are off!
Looking for more Halloween fun? Try these Halloween hits:
- Halloween Frosting Dough
- Halloween Directed Draw: Not-So-Spooky Cat
- Halloween Water Table: Jack-O-Lantern Cups
- Spider Ice Halloween Activity
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- Drawing or painting supplies: ex: crayons, markers, tempera sticks, colored pencils, scented twistable crayons, watercolor paints
Fun ways to use Halloween coloring pages
Coloring pages can be used in many fun, creative, open-ended ways!
We love trying these ideas:
Preschool centers: Halloween coloring pages are a delightful addition to your art or fine motor centers in the classroom. Add various drawing or painting supplies, and your kids will have the time of their lives.
On a vertical surface: There are tremendous benefits to working on vertical surfaces, and coloring pages are perfect for this. Instead of setting papers on a table for kids to color on, tape some to a wall or window for fantastic motor practice.
Cutting practice: Once a design is colored in, invite your child to use scissors to cut it out for extra fine motor practice.
Gorgeous gallery: On a designated wall, hang up the collection of masterpieces for a “gorgeous gallery” of Halloween art.
What type of paper should these be printed on?
Whatever paper you have.
Usually, I print on regular copy paper, sometimes I print on cardstock, and occasionally I print on watercolor paper.
The paper you have on hand is the best paper to use.
Coloring pages are fantastic learning tools
When kids are coloring in coloring pages, they’re practicing
- Naming shapes
- Mixing colors
- Spatial awareness
- Hand-eye coordination
- Fine motor skills
- Names of colors
- And more!
Your kids will go “batty” for Halloween coloring pages
We have used them with kids and adults of all ages, and they’re always a blast.
The best part is you can save the downloads and use them year after year after year, too.
We have an adorable collection of coloring page sets on our website.
It truly depends on the child. We use these frequently with our 3-6 year old preschoolers + older kids and adults.
You absolutely can! If you don’t have a home printer, you can also print at office supply store, etc.