Halloween Printables

Halloween is almost here! BOO HAHAHAHAHA! (does evil laugh)

The costume frenzy, the unlimited candy and parties for all ages. A day where a child/adult can dress up as anything imaginable and act silly without being judged. There is no doubt this time of year can be a lot of fun for the entire family.

Aside from trick or treating, it could also be fun for learning. My son Matthew(4) loves completing fun activities and since Halloween is around the corner, I figured why not make some fun and simple activity printables? And that’s what I did! (4 out of the 12 pages shown below) I know there are lots to print online so feel free to go printing crazy, like I do sometimes. Whether you have the time to go online and look for some to print or not, I would like to share mine with you all so you can print them for your kids too! (Sharing is caring) 😊


















It’s mainly for the smaller kids as I focused on Matt’s favorite worksheets. I think these would be great for any group gatherings, Halloween parties or even for the car/plane ride if you are traveling. It will keep the little one busy learning and entertained. Hope your kids enjoy completing these and feel free to share with other mommies.

Things you will need:

  • Printer (color ink preferred)
  • Scissor
  • Glue
  • Crayons
  • Pencil

You can download or print HALLOWEEN ACTIVITY PRINTABLES right from here.

On another note, with all the crazy news out there lately, I do want to remind all parents to keep your children safe. You could never be too careful. It takes a quick second to lose sight of your child. Remember, Halloween is supposed to be fun and family friendlyΒ – nevertheless be aware of your surroundings. I hope you and your family have a safe, fun and memorable Halloween 2016!

Till next time mummies! πŸ˜„


12 thoughts on “Halloween Printables

  1. Hi Arlin,

    Wao, that was stunning. I am father of a little daughter in third grade. She loves doing these kinds of pictorial puzzles but my wife and I have a tough time looking for such books. However, there are lots of these on the internet. Thank you for idea to get these printed. It just didn’t strike our minds.

    However, my printer is falling short of colored ink. I will buy the ink cartridges first and then get down to print some cool puzzles for my daughter.


  2. Hey Ryan,
    I know what you mean, I print these type of activities for my son from anywhere I find online. If you want to in the meantime try the local library, not sure where you live but some libraries have color printers. Glad your little girl is into learning in a fun way πŸ™‚
    Stay tuned for the Christmas printables coming up soon. Also, Thanks for coming by Ryan!
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