Celebrate All Hallows Eve Free Printables Decorations and Party Ideas
Make this 2016 holiday a haunting, ghostly Halloween and keep family and friends entertained but spooked. Hallow e’en, or All Hallows Eve, as it is sometimes called, brings out the kid in almost everyone. Here are the top ten websites with free, printable coloring pages and other Halloween and harvest theme resources. But beware! Remember what Matthew Lillard said when playing Shaggy in Scooby-Doo: “Hold on, man. We don’t go anywhere with ‘scary’, ‘spooky’, ‘haunted’ or ‘forbidden’ in the title”.1
- For a one-stop Hallow e’en resource, try Apples 4 the Teacher. You will find instructions for homemade costumes, party treat recipes, and spooky coloring pages. There are also pumpkin carving how-tos and on line games.
- For All Hallows Eve 2016, why not create some one of a kind scrapbooks or memory books with the printable frames on Moms Break. Keep track of ghostly visitors with the trick or treat tracker list, make a witch hat coloring book, or print out cool invitations for tiny ghouls. Use the clever personalized candy bar wrappers to make the neatest treats in town.
- Finding spooky Halloween fonts to help you create your posters, invitations and other printables is a snap when you visit Halloween Fonts and check out their fontenstein — over 100 ghostly fonts from which to choose.
- Keep the youngsters entertained with free Hallow e’en 2016 coloring pages from Coloring Planet. These are age appropriate for older toddlers and elementary students.
- Monster Mash math really adds up with the printable drills and worksheets found on Math-Drills. These are designed for elementary aged kids and cover subjects like multiplication, addition, subtractions, patterning, geometry, and ordering.
- Teachers – need some new ideas for Halloween 2016? Teach-Nology is the website of choice for finding coloring/writing sheets, theme workbooks, and even songs. How about We Three Ghosts (sung to the tune of We Three Kings) — or on the First Day of Halloween?
- For preschoolers and toddlers, there are lots of Halloween theme units and lessons plans on Kinderplans. Choose from crafts featuring witches, wizards, or haunted houses.
- If you want to celebrate fall and harvest, but prefer not to focus on Halloween, you will find creative alternative resources on Teachers Net. Harvest and pumpkin poems and songs can be used for any fall or winter themed occasion.
- Try something different for All Hallows Eve this year and take some free drawing lessons on Creativity Portal. These are age appropriate for teens and adults.
- For toddlers, age appropriate online Halloween activities are plentiful at Lil-fingers. There is an interactive storybook, a pumpkin patch game, and online coloring pages.
Make this your spookiest, scariest Halloween ever and celebrate with one or many of the printables and crafts from these creepy websites.