Coloring spooky printables is so much fun during the Halloween season! Kids are excited about dressing up, getting candy, and watching their favorite movies.
Make this Halloween (and the days leading up) a little more colorful with these free Halloween coloring sheets for kids!
Enjoy our list of the Best Printable Halloween Coloring Pages Ideas for Kids!
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You can download 4 free coloring sheets here including a Halloween candy bag, a ghost, Frankenstein, and a cute little vampire. These designs are very simple so they are great for younger children, and not so scary!
Crayola has an intricate witch’s hat along with a couple of other Halloween elements. To stay in the lines this one is better suited for older kids, but younger ones could scribble over the more complicated areas.
While you are coloring let’s do some learning about the letter H. This coloring sheet is also great for homeschooling mamas and classroom teachers to pair with a unit or just a fun activity to go along with the holiday party.
Kids can go wild with all the colors they choose when it comes to filling in this sugar skull! For even more vibrance and pazazz, use markers instead!
Get 10+ free Disney coloring sheets that are all Halloween themed! They are super cute and the Disney lover in your home is going to go crazy! You can choose from Mickey, Minnie, Eeyore, and more!
Nothing says Halloween like a haunted house! This printable is also a good one to help train smaller kids to stay in the lines. Older one can use different shades of brown and black for more of a challenge.
These are super cute once they are all colored! Plus, kids can use them through the season for their bookmark. To make them last longer, cover each one with contact paper or self laminating sheets. Remember this idea to do with other seasonal designs and printables.
This sheet is pretty plain but gives kids the opportunity to really add their own touches to the hat! In a classroom setting, you could have a hat contest or if you have multiple children coloring the same sheet at your house.
You will definitely want to use these ideas! It comes from a teacher, so there are tons of learning activities and crafts, along with coloring sheets all packed into one post. Her printables are so pretty, I was automatically drawn to them!
When you don’t want to add more candy to the bag, these are a great idea! Perfect for classes too. As a treat, you could include a couple of crayons, but of course, if you are using these at home kids will have access to the entire box.
There are several sheets in this bundle and one is a blank monster where kids can draw their own, which is pretty cool! You can also save these to use at a Monster themed party if you were to have one.
Pumpkins, vampires, zombies, oh my! Keep kids busy for hours when it comes to coloring these sheets! Pair with another craft or a movie for an afternoon of fun.
This resource offers 50 free Halloween sheets for you to print and color that are all in one place. Most of these can be used for kids of all ages, but there are several that are more appropriate for younger ones.
If your kids enjoy Charlie Brown, they will love this sheet. It’s super cute! They also have several other versions with these characters that you can print for free.
I love the color by number option, especially for those who are still learning to count. They will have so much fun and won’t even realize that they are getting number recognition practice in.
If your kids love Star Wars, toss in a baby Yoda coloring sheet that is Halloween themed! She also has several other printable sheets you may like to download.
Nothing spooky about these sheets, so little ones can still have a fun time celebrating Halloween. They have quite a few to choose from including a few characters from Sesame Street that are dressed in their costumes.
These are much more intricate, but elementary-aged children will love the challenge and all the little details. They are really neat because they look more handmade than some of the other printables. It would be best to use colored pencils or thin pens for most in order to stay in the lines.
Kids will never be bored with all of these Halloween printables! Some are just for coloring fun while others incorporate learning. They even have invitations to use for kids’ Halloween parties.
Here you can find 13 different Frankenstein themed coloring pages to color around Halloween. These are really simple, so best for younger kids. Some may look a little different from the traditional character you are used to seeing, but littles tend to like these.
When you are getting ready to watch the Halloween Peanuts, pull out this simple coloring sheet. There are also TONS more to use from that are totally free. This site also has color by number sheets, Day of the Dead, really intricate designs and others that are suitable for preschoolers.
With all of these options for free Halloween coloring sheets for kids, they are going to stay pretty busy! You can use markers, crayons, colored pencils, and even paint if you want to.