So I’ll admit, I had all of these plans to make Halloween printable packs. I had my ideas listed and I had my files set up at the end of September. And then October got here and I just kept putting it off. Not a really good excuse, I know, but I wanted to at least share something for Halloween. I’m also hoping to get back in the habit of posting printables on a more consistent basis. At the very least they will be posted weekly, though starting in December- you can expect a special twelve days of Christmas/holiday printables. But that’s in December and this is October, so let’s get to that free Halloween coloring pack!
This pack would be great for last minute Halloween activities or to keep a younger child occupied while you’re handing out candy on Halloween night. For Squeaker, it’s good fine motor practice and well, this child just loves to color. And I have to admit, I’m much happier to let her color pictures than color on the walls or my desk.
Lately, she’s shown a preference for crayons and while she does have crayons that are easier for her to hold, she’s doing pretty good with the Twistables. She also likes using colored pencils and do-a-dot markers.
Really any opportunity for her to use art supplies is a good moment.
Even if she doesn’t always color the actual picture and ends up coloring around the picture as well; she’s still having fun and I think that’s more important part. She’s a toddler, I’m not expecting perfection. I just want her to enjoy what she’s doing.
Next year, I’ll be more prepared with a full Halloween printable pack, but hopefully you still find this simple Halloween coloring pack of use. All total, there are 11 pages of Halloween themed fun.
What will you be doing for Halloween?
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