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Halloween Colouring Pages

Halloween Colouring Pages

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Autumn is here! The leaves will start turning their warming orange and red hues, then crunch on the ground as you walk on them. The air will have a chill and it’s time to bake apple pies and cook homemade soup. But do you know what else is coming? Halloween! Trick or treating, eating sweets, pumpkin picking and of course, getting creative with Halloween colouring pages.

It’s one of many perfect ways to feel all Halloweeny this year and it’s great to keep the kids entertained! It also helps improve their motor skills, so not only are colouring pages creative but perfect for your child’s development!

Here’s where you can get FREE Halloween colouring pages

Happiness Is Homemade

From simple colouring sheets and easy colouring pages like an adorable vampire bat template to a haunted house, spooky ghosts and Jack O’lanterns!

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The Pinning Mama

With a mixture of spiders, bats, giant pumpkins and curly wurly writing. This Halloween colouring page will make the perfect introduction to the season! You can use crayons, markers or felt tip pens for some amazing colouring!

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Crazy Little Projects

This website has some seriously cool Halloween colouring pages! All are based on various trick-or-treaters in their Halloween costumes! Whether it’s a zombie, witch, vampire, werewolf or more!

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Primary Games – Halloween

Looking for a beautiful colouring page that is Halloween themed but also more intricate? No worries, we’ve got you! At Primary Games they have a fabulous colouring sheet of a spider’s web, with all sorts of shapes and patterns.

So, your kids can use all their colouring pencils to create a colourful page! They have more Halloween-themed mindfulness colouring sheets too.

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Super Coloring

Looking for pumpkin-themed colouring pages or loads of colouring pictures depicting what makes Halloween the greatest?

Super Coloring has everything you could possibly need! From spider webs, scarecrows, cats wearing witch’s hats, skulls and creepy trees.

Grab your autumn colouring pencils out, you’ll need lots of browns and oranges!

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I Heart Crafty Things

Do your kids want to colour characters in to look like them? But also want it to create Halloween-themed colouring pictures? Then you’re in luck!

I Heart Crafty Things has loads of printable colouring images with a witch theme so that girls can colour in to look like them all dressed up!

Not only that, but they have a lot of pumpkins wearing witch hats or witch cats to colour in!

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Crayola

Everyone knows Crayola, right? You’ve probably got colouring pencils made by them! Well, they also provide a range of templates that are FREE to print and colour!

And with Halloween approaching, there are plenty of spooky images to colour. Like a monster dance party, a pumpkin patch, a sugar skull, a scary sorcerer and scarecrows!

Watch how your kids get stuck into these!

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Homemade Gifts Made Easy

If you’re on the hunt for Halloween colouring pages for kids and adults, you’ve hit the jackpot!

With intricate pumpkin designs, to cute cats wearing witches’ hats. You can find everything you want here!

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Family Fun

Colouring is an enjoyable and peaceful activity that anyone can take part in (I even have a colouring book!). You could hours to as little as 10 minutes taking some time out to colour.

And when it’s themed colouring pages, it’s even more fun! With Family Fun you’ll have the choice of friendly ghosts, trick-or-treat bags, a pumpkin family and a Frankenstein to colour in. With printable templates for various age groups, no one gets left out.

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Hobbycraft Colouring

Hobbycraft isn’t just to get your fixes of arts and crafts materials like stitching or baking! You can also print off FREE templates.

With adorable vampire bats on pumpkins, mindful colouring pages to a Halloween scavenger hunt activity page.

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Have you found the best Halloween colouring pages that your kids will absolutely love to get stuck into?! Whether it’s when you’re baking a pumpkin pie and need the kids to be distracted or it’s to help them get excited about the spooky season. They’ll be fully sucked into the creative world and have fun doing so!

Need more Halloween inspiration? How about getting some tickets for pumpkin picking? Planning a trip to Fright Night at Thorpe Park or browsing for baby Halloween costumes?

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