Halloween Printables at New Site

by Kay on October 4, 2011

It’s almost scary how stoked (or should I say “staked”?) I am about my newest website, HalloweenPrintables.net. As you might guess from the URL, it’s all about Halloween printables. There are more than 80 activities, signs, and other cool stuff there already – just in time for teachers, businesses, and others who like to celebrate with fun, free printables.

Halloween word search

Kids will love coloring a boy in a werewolf costume, helping the witch fly to the cauldron by solving a maze, and learning Halloween fun facts. The site has printables for all ages, including greeting cards in both half-fold and quarter-fold sizes as well as Halloween signs with messages announcing zombie crossing, broom parking, directions to a haunted house, and beware of ghosts.

You’ll find jack-o-lanterns, graveyards, black cats, scarecrows, witches, vampires, and much, much more at HalloweenPrintables.net.

All of the designs (except for the coloring pages and mazes, because that’s the kid’s job) are in full-color. Everything at HalloweenPrintables.net is free to download and print in PDF form, and the cards are also available as free, editable DOC files. You can also download the entire Halloween collection for just $19, which is a convenient, time-saving option.

So, “witch” printables will you download first? Don’t forget to ask your “mummy” if it’s OK. How many puns can I make in one blog post? Enjoy the new printables, and Happy Halloween!

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