As the evenings draw in and the leaves begin to turn, one of the best nights of the year for kids is on the horizon. Halloween, which will be here at the end of the month, is a great opportunity to spend some quality time with our children. To that end we’re going to share with you some of our favorite printable activities and projects from around the web. We hope you find them as much fun as we do, and that they’ll help you create a the perfect spooky atmosphere for Halloween fun.
Not much is quite such fun as a family baking together, and these cupcakes come with the added bonus of a free printable headstone topper.
These quick-to-make invitations, with included free printable templates, set the perfect tone for Halloween parties
A great scalable coffin cutout that you can use as a box for party-treats, or as a macabre invitation.
From aliens to kittens, via the traditional jack lantern, here is a wide selection of printable Pumpkin carving patters with full instructions. Just print them out and carefully cut away the indicated areas.
HP’s Halloween selection includes a variety of banners, carving templates and silhouette cutouts, including several from Martha Stewart.
Print these out and stick them on paintings, lanterns or costumes. We can pretty much guarantee you’ll feel like these eyes are following you round the room.
A great project for younger kids you don’t want wielding the pumpkin cutting knife.
An awesome collection of colorful party invitations, circle tags, gift tages and mini banners.
A party’s not a party without bunting, and this collection of free templates for Happy Halloween pennants are simple to make. Just print, cut out, and string them up.
Turn your Coke and Lemonade into Elf-made wine and pumpkin juice with these Harry Potter inspired covers for soda bottles.