Kids learn to draw Halloween characters by using a simple drawing technique. Kids follow each picture square and copy the contents of each square in a similar box. When all squares are completed, they discover that they can draw just like the pros. Complete Halloween scenes with a pumpkin patches and a Haunted Halloween night. Draw faces on fun and easy to draw characters such as a dracula, ghost or pumpkin. Complete Halloween pictures and scenes and color the pictures afterwards.
Learn to Draw, Ghost, Pumpkin, Spider
Kids can learn to draw by copying the pictures inside the squares. Each picture box has smaller squares that are identical to the picture that they will copy from. Step by step, draw each square that matches the original. Draw a ghost, pumpkin or spider with easy to follow squares that you copy from the original picture. In no time you will have completed your very own drawing. Easy for most ages. Color the pictures afterwards.
Complete the Halloween Drawings
Finish off the Halloween Pumpkin witch by drawing a face in the shape of a witch. Complete a pumpkin by drawing the carved face. Draw a face on the spooky ghost or creepy spider.
What is wearing this witch hat? Draw what you think is wearing the hat. It can be any Halloween character or one from your imagination. Complete the face that comes with this spooky spider. Draw a dracula or ghost face. Color your completed drawings.
Complete the Halloween Scenes
Finish off this Halloween scene by adding what you think is missing from this Haunted Halloween night. Add more pumpkins and leaves to the pumpkin patch scene. Color your pictures afterwards.
Fun and easy learn to draw Halloween pictures for the kids.
Kids can keep track of the days until Halloween with these Halloween Countdown Calendars. Choose from a calendar to color each day or a pumpkin page to place stickers for each day until Halloween. Calendars can help the kids with their counting skills. Kids can count how many days until Halloween and how many days they colored. Younger kids can practice writing their numbers by printing each day of the month on the pumpkin calendar.
Halloween Countdown 2014 Calendar
Print this fun Halloween countdown calendar to color each day. Color pumpkins, witches, ghosts, bats and cats until you reach Halloween Day! Countdown the days until Halloween by counting the days that do not have any colored characters. Have the kids count how many witches, ghosts and pumpkins they colored. Hang up on the fridge or wall at home, daycare or school.
Halloween Countdown Pumpkin
Use this Halloween countdown pumpkin sheet to place a Halloween sticker on each day. Kids can choose to color the circles with Halloween colors, black, orange and purple. Have the kids print the day of the month on each circle for October. Ask the kids how many circles they placed stickers or colored. Color the pumpkin picture afterwards.
Fun Halloween Countdown calendars to help kids count the days until Halloween.
Kids Halloween Trick or Treat cards with funny greetings, candy cards and Halloween greeting cards to share with classmates, trick or treaters and friends. Color your own Halloween cards and make it preschool, class or home project. Add candy to candy cards to make them extra sweet! Hand out Halloween trick or treat cards to trick or treaters and surprise them.
Halloween Trick or Treat Funny Greetings
Kids can hand out funny greetings with Halloween Trick or Treat candy. Attach the candy to the back or front of the cards using tape. Kids will want to visit next year for Halloween when they receive one of these. Fun alternative to just handing out Halloween trick or treat candy.
Halloween Candy Cards
Kids write a spooky or funny message on these cards and then tape a lollipop or candy to the back. Fun candy cards to share with the Halloween trick or treat kids or classmates at school.
Halloween Cards to Print and Color
Print and color Halloween cards with ghosts, witches, pumpkins, cats and a haunted graveyard. Kids can color Halloween cards that they can give to family, teachers and friends. Halloween coloring cards makes a great class project.
Kids can hand out Halloween cards with ghosts, monsters, witches, bats, spiders, cats and vampires. Easy to print one-sided cards that are folded into four squares. Print double-sided cards that print two cards at a time. Print the instructions on how to print the Halloween cards for easy reference.
Printable Trick or Treat Cards and Fun Greetings for everyone to put them into the Halloween Spirit.
Spirit Halloween Coupons make fun gifts for Halloween. Kids can print and cut out fun Halloween coupons to share with family and friends. Each coupon has the message “This Halloween Coupon Good for:” printed on it. Place a coupon in kids lunch boxes or school bags to surprise them.
Spirit Halloween Coupons with Gifts of Scary Nights, Frightening Movies, Treat Bag Surprises
Choose from a variety of printable coupons with messages such as “A Scary Night Without the Kids”, “A Frightening Movie with Me”, “A Treat Bag you will never Forget” and more fun messages that will make sharing enjoyable but not too creepy.
Spirit Halloween Coupons to Write Your Own Scary Messages
Kids can fill out their own Halloween coupon and print a special message for the receiver with the blank Spirit Halloween Coupons. Think of messages that will keep them wondering. Make fun coupons for teachers and friends. How about those trick or treaters you know that come to your door! Keep them thinking about what the surprise will be when they hand in their coupon to receive their Halloween reward. Use the coupons for Halloween parties for the kids to hand out.
Print Spirit Halloween Coupons and surprise your guests the next time you see a trick or treater.
Thanksgiving Printables with a Turkey Craft, Banners, Door Knob Hangers, Coloring Pages, Stickers, Games, Puzzles, Mazes and more.
Fun Thanksgiving Printables for the kids on Thanksgiving. Print Thanksgiving Day Stickers, a door knob hanger or a Thanksgiving Day Turkey Craft. Use the stickers for home or school projects. Just cut out the stickers and paste them use glue stick. Hang up a Happy Thanksgiving Day Door hanger on the kids room door. Kids can complete a turkey craft by coloring the turkey parts and cutting and pasting the turkey back together onto a sheet of paper.
Thanksgiving Day Banners
Thanksgiving printables with Banners that say “Give Thanks” or “Gobble” with cute Turkeys. Choose from two Thanksgiving Banners to decorate the house with. Print as many banner pages as needed and use string to attach.
Thanksgiving Day Bookmarks
Encourage kids to read at Thanksgiving and everyday with Thanksgiving Bookmarks. Print on card stock works best. Laminate or cover with clear tape to protect the bookmarks and help them last longer. Teachers can hand out the bookmarks to students to place in their reading books. Add the child’s name and year on the back before laminating.
Thanksgiving Day Games, Puzzles, Mazes
Fun Thanksgiving Day Games, Puzzles and Mazes for the kids. Play Thanksgiving Match game where all the picture cards are placed faced down and each player takes turns trying to find a match. Print Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe for on-the-go or at home. Cut and Paste Jigsaw puzzles that kids color, cut and paste back together. Challenge the kids with Thanksgiving mazes with a Scarecrow, Wagon Wheel, Turkey and Pilgrims.
Thanksgiving Day Coloring Pages
Kids can color pilgrims, turkeys and Thanksgiving Day coloring pages. Have the kids color a picture and display on the fridge or wall to show them your appreciation of their art work.
Fun Thanksgiving Day Printables to remind kids to be thankful this time of year.
Halloween Party Ideas to help celebrate the Halloween season. Pin up a Halloween Poster to let them know about the Party. Send Halloween invites and keep track of the ghosts and goblins that are attending the party with a printable Halloween party list. Use our Best Costume ballots to judge the Best Halloween Costumes and award them with our Best Costume Certificates. Decorate the house with Halloween party printables. Use these Halloween Party Ideas for home, school and daycare.
Halloween Party Ideas with Posters and Party Invites
Start off the Halloween party right with Halloween Invites to hand out. Add a Party Poster to the invites or hang it on the party door. Use our Halloween Party Invite List Poster to record the attendees and their phone numbers. These Halloween party ideas along with your own ideas will help get the party off to a great start.
Halloween Party Ideas with fun Halloween games to play during the party. Print the “Halloween Party Teams” sheet to record the names of the players in each team. Teams will be recorded as the “Witch Team” or “Mummy Team”. Use these teams to play a variety of group games such as the “Mummy game”, “Spider game” and “Ghost Bowling”. One game that is fun for all is the “Mummy Game”.
The Mummy Game consists of each group racing to be first to have a mummy wrapped in toilet paper by the other members of the group. Choose one member or a stuffed toy to be wrapped. Each team starts of with a roll of toilet paper. Before the game begins, each team picks a mummy (one that will get all wrapped up) . When the host says begin, each team using all players will have to carefully wrap the mummy from head to toe or toe to head with the toilet paper. The team that finishes first is the winner. The rule of the game is that the group cannot break the toilet paper from the roll before completing. If they do so, they will have to start over. The game can be repeated by allowing each team member to be the mummy (you may want to purchase cheap toilet paper!).
Best Costume Game
The Best Costume Game has each guest fill out a Best Costume Ballot to vote on best costume for “Scariest Costume”, “Funniest Costume”, and “Best Costume” categories. Kids write down one player in each box that they think has the best costume for each category. Ballots are place in a box or bowl when completed by each player. When all ballots are completed the host records the ballots on the “Best Costume Winners” poster. The players with the most votes are recorded. Afterwards, the host can hand out “Best Costume Certificates” for each of the categories to the winners. Tape candy to each of the certificates to make them extra special.
Ghost Bowling Game
For the Ghost Bowling Game, add round large eyes and a mouth using a black marker on toilet paper rolls and line up as you would bowling balls. Use a soft ball or small pumpkin for the kids to take turn knocking them down. Place kids in groups to see how many tries it takes for each group to knock down all the toilet paper rolls. Each group member should have a turn to knock down the bowling paper rolls.
Play the Spider Game by using 2 different colored strings (yarn) with everyone in a circle, use colors such as black and orange if available. Each team passes their string to each teammate to see who runs out of string first. What a web they will weave!
Halloween Party Decorations
Our Halloween Party ideas would not be complete without Halloween Decorations and Props. Decorate the house this year with homemade Halloween decorations. Pin up a Halloween Banner with each letter of the word “Halloween”. String them together with black or orange ribbon (colors should be available around Halloween) or plain string (fishing line works well too). Use these fun Halloween characters shaped as circles to stream around the house. Punch holes and use string or fishing line to stream and hang up around the house. Add Halloween labels to water bottles with our Halloween Water Bottle Labels. Choose from “I’m Watching You” with scary eyes or “A Special Drink for You” with a spooky spider. Hand out the Halloween Party Thank You Candy Bar Wrappers to thank the guests for coming. Just wrap up a large chocolate candy bar with the Halloween candy bar wrapper and trip where needed.
Halloween Party Ideas with Halloween Party Printables to keep the kids entertained with fun games and homemade Halloween party decorations the kids can help to put together.
Back to School List to help record all the school supplies and tools needed for Back to School. Parents and Teachers as well as Students can use these lists. Add or choose the items from the following lists to complete the school shopping needed for back to school.
Back to School List with School Checklist
Use this School Supplies Checklist to check off what’s needed for school. Take along while school shopping to check off the items on the sheet that are needed or check off items purchased. Everyday school essentials are on the list for most grades to get the kids started for back to school. Most students will find out what they need the first week of school but having a few items purchased will help beat the rush.
Back to School List with School Supplies List
This School Supplies List helps parents and students organize all the items needed for back to school. Add the items needed for back to school that was supplied by teachers or found at local school supplies stores. The list is organized by Categories with Everyday Supplies, School Tools, Clothing & Shoes, School Projects, School Snacks & Lunches and a Miscellaneous Category. Use the Everyday Supplies Category to add pencils, pens, markers, crayons, erasers, paper, ect. For the School Tools Category add calculator, math sets, electronics, memory stick, ect. The Clothing & Shoes Category can be used to add gym clothing, outdoor clothing, indoor shoes and gym shoes, ect. School Projects is where you can record the necessary supplies needed to complete a project such as bristol board, stickers, paint, ect. Add school approved school snacks and lunches to the School Snacks and Lunches Category. Anything else that is required for school but does not fit into the above lists can be placed in the Miscellaneous Category. With all the school supplies listed by category, we hope this year will make school shopping easier with one of our Back to School Lists.
Back to School Printables with School Paper
Back to School Printables with printable school paper and school labels for the kids. Easy to print school paper to add to duo-tangs and binders for that first day of school. Labels to keep the kids organized and supplies labeled with the kids name will help start off the school year right.
Choose from a variety of Back to School Printable paper with school characters. There’s teachers with blackboards, bookworms, school apples, school bus and blank writing paper with boarders to color. Print these for home or school and keep some extra for school subjects and art projects. Printable school paper that is easy to print and always available for free.
Back to School Labels
School printable labels are great for back to school time. Print out these fun labels and attach to the kids crayons, pencils, school supplies, duo-tangs, school bags and lunch bags. Choose from a variety of sizes, colors and styles to fit just about everything. There’s even labels the kids can color. Don’t leave home without these labels for the little ones with cute Back to School Left Right Foot Labels. Print the Back to School Left Right Foot Markers for school and home to stick on the floor for the kids to place their shoes on. Cut out the Back to School Left Right Foot Labels and laminate to place inside kids shoes before they put their shoes on. Kids remove the labels from inside the shoes before putting them on.
Get the kids ready for school with Back to School Printables for every school day.
Summer Camp Activities
Get the kids prepared for Camp this year with Summer Camp Activities to print and bring along to camp. Start off with printing and completing the Summer Camp Packing Checklist to make sure you have all the items packed for summer camp fun. Choose from easy to print and play rainy day camp days to keep the kids entertained and when the weather is good, get the kids moving with scavenger hunt games. Don’t forget to print the Summer Camp Journal for the kids to record all their fun activities to share with family and friends. Kids can write about fun camping activities in these Summer Campground Journals. After the kids write about their activities, they can rate them by filling in the little hearts under each activity. Kids can also draw a picture or paste a photo of their new friends to complete the journals. There’s printable beauty and makeup sketch girls to complete when the girls have idle time. The Kids can hang up some fun Camp Bed Post Hangers on their bed posts.
The campground instructors can remind the kids about the campground rules with the Campground Rules Poster pinned up.
Fun Scavenger Hunt games for the campers. Start off with the Camp Scavenger Hunt Game where all the campers look around the camp for items that they check off the scavenger list. Campers can work in groups or as single scavengers. See who can find all the items first.
Get the kids hunting for bugs and record each bug detail on the Bug Catching Explorer Activity sheet. Bring the campers on a Bird Watching Expedition and have them record all the details on the birds they saw with the Bird Watching Explorer Activity. Have the campers admire the wild flowers that grow around the campground and in the forest with the Flower Explorer Activity. Kids will learn so much from just exploring nature and its beautiful surroundings.
Keep the kids learning and entertained with Summer Camp Activities.
4th of July Party Ideas with Decorations
Decorate the house with a Red, Blue and White USA Banner that you print and string together with string or gift ribbon. Add a “Happy 4th of July” Door Hanger to the front door to greet your guests. Hand out DIY “Happy 4th of July” candy bar wrappers and treat bags to the guests and impress them. Choose from a variety of styles to make. Wrap 4th of July water bottle labels around drinks.
4th of July Party Games
Celebrate with 4th of July Party Games for the kids to enjoy. Kids can play a match game with 4th of July colorful characters, bingo, tic tac toe games, maze games and 4th of July dominoes game.
4th of July Celebration Flags
Make your own 4th of July celebration flags to help celebrate Independence Day. Start off by printing flags that you cut out and attach to a stick, branch or even a glow stick for nighttime celebrations. There’s even flags to cut out and tape to pencils or straws. Makes a great drink decoration.
Get the party started for July 4th with these easy to make 4th of July Party Ideas and Decorations and enjoy the day!