Halloween Printables Roundup

by kevin on October 24, 2013

You get out of Halloween what you put into it. Sure, you can throw a sheet over your head and still get candy. Or, you can really celebrate with costumes and treats and classroom activities and competitions. And, of course, candy. If you’re interested in making this upcoming holiday reach its full potential, look no further than HalloweenPrintables.net and the rest of the FreePrintable.net websites.

HalloweenPrintables.net has 96 templates created exclusively for Halloween fun, including Halloween games such as bingo, matching, word searches and mazes. There are also full-color greeting cahalloween_1rds, coloring pages, flashlight covers and fun facts.

If everyone always asks for your pumpkin cookies or tombstone cupcakes, use a Halloween recipe card from FreePrintableRecipeCards.net to share your recipes. They’re all colorful and decorated with pictures of demons, pumpkins, coffins and more.
Fill in any recipe you like on 3×5 and 4×6 lined cards. PDFs are free and editable versions that can be filled in through Microsoft Word cost $7.

Prepare for pumpkin carving, decoration and costume contests with the Halloween award certificates at FreePrintableCertificates.net. If you’re going as a skeleton or mummy this year, consider a fake death certificate as well. The PDFs are free to download and print, while an editable copy costs $5.
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If you’re a last-minute costume designer, consider checking out the 230-plus Halloween masks that PrintableMasks.net to offer. Each one can be printed and cut out for free, then strapped to the wearer with rubber bands. I’ve got the usual scary masks for werewolves and Frankenstein monsters, but there are also fantasy masks such as unicorns and dragons, animal masks and people masks for wannabe chefs, pirates and firefighters.

The number of Halloween coloring pages at FreePrintableColoringPages.net counts more than 100 and features everything from pumpkins to witches to monsters to ghosts. Use them throughout the month of October or for holiday classroom activities. Each one can be downloaded and printed as a PNG file for free.

For families hosting parties, I have a number of helpful sites. Frame a picture of trick-or-treating fun with a Halloween page border from PrintableBorders.net, or send out scary letterhead templates at FreeLetterheadTemplates.net. Each one features creepy, silly, festive and fun pictures of pumpkins, ghosts and ghouls. All are available for free as PDFs. The premium versions cost a few dollars each.

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