Halloween 2020 is certain to go down as a much different kind of Halloween than any of us have ever experienced. And we are going to crush it with fabulous ideas for how to have great fun, safely!
A six-feet apart (not under!) block party we’ve been invited to has all the kiddos in one neighborhood super excited! From games to entertainment and costume contests, parents are going all out to make sure this socially-distanced, super safe Halloween goes down in the memories of kids and adults as being the best Halloween yet!
No matter the kind of celebration you’ll be seeing this year, this list of Halloween printables for decorating, playing games, coloring, carving, and crafting will keep you and the kids busy. Best to start early. Print exactly what you want—free and easy!
Has it hit your neighborhood yet? You’ve Been BOO-ed is a Halloween tradition based on a porch drop and well socially-distanced.
One neighbor starts the game by secretly leaving a basket of treats together and a BOO-ed sign with instructions explaining how to keep the game going.
Ring the doorbell and run! That’s the best part of You’ve Been BOO-ed!
The way it works, each recipient is prompted to post the sign showing that they’ve been BOO-ed; and pass the game on to two more friends or neighbors.
Check out this adorable set of printables—just two pages to print out (one with complete instructions) to make it quick and easy. Let the fun begin!
Spooky Halloween Cards
Print it out, fold as indicated, add your greeting, and there you go! Halloween greeting cards for the cost of a piece of paper!
If you’ve checked current pricing of cards from Hallmark, DaySpring, American Greetings, and others, that’s saying a lot! Four different designs. So easy.
Here’s a perfect fun game for kids to play at home, school, Halloween parties—all season long. Halloween bingo is a great game for teaching important listening skills—and still easy enough that young children can play.
This set from Artsy-Fartsy Mama includes 10 different Bingo cards and calling pieces, too. And if that’s not cool enough, these cards are absolutely adorable!
I suggest that you print the cards and playing pieces on 8.5 x 11″ cardstock then laminate them. Hint: Many public libraries now have laminating machines for their library patrons’ use.
You can download and print these (and dozens more!) fun Halloween party signs.
They’re both fun and functional as party decorations. Party prints look awesome on the food table or other locations when slipped into an extra picture frame you may have stashed away in a closet or cupboard.
Print on cardstock or regular weight paper. Let your imagination go wild for how to use these really great free prints
Halloween Coloring Pages
Coloring pages are fun for little kids, older kids—even adults. There are hundreds of free printable Halloween coloring pages —so simple to print from your home computer in just a few minutes.
Coloring pages offer great fun for the kids—and once colored, make for adorable Halloween decorations for the house, and surprise gifts for grandparents, too. Most coloring pages are compatible with both crayons and colored pencils.
Ready, set … let the fun begin!
Silly Printable Frankentines
Look at these adorable “Frankentines”—a fun twist on Valentine’s Day—cards! Super clever greetings with equally fun illustrations.
Simply print these out on cardstock or regular paper, cut them out, and there you go! Just the cutest things ever!
Halloween Word Search Puzzles
These free printable word search puzzles are super kid-friendly. With 15 or fewer Halloween-related words, they’re perfect for children in Grades 1—3.
Witch Word Search Puzzle for Grades 4—5.
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