Here are 5 printable Christmas tree templates for can be used for all kinds of art projects. What kinds of art projects, you might ask? Well for starters, you could do something as simple as print out one of more of the templates, set them […]
Here are 6 different gingerbread man templates (well, actually 5 gingerbread men and 1 gingerbread woman) that you can use for all kinds of activities. The beauty of templates is that you can create activities that are as simple or as complex as you […]
Here are 3 Halloween coloring pages that are perfect for preschoolers, kindergarten and elementary ages.
These are great for parties, playdates, classrooms, and even passing out to trick or treaters.
Check out these Halloween crafts for Preschoolers
- How to Make a Black Cat with a Toilet Paper Roll
- Easy Toilet Paper Roll Ghosts
- No Cook Pumpkin Playdough Made with Conditioner
Halloween Monsters Coloring Page
Halloween Candy Coloring Page
Ghost Coloring Page
Halloween Themed Books for Preschoolers
Why not combine these coloring pages with a great Halloween book for kids?
Here are a few ideas:
The Itsy Bitsy PumpkinTen Timid GhostsThe Spooky Wheels on the BusThe Berenstain Bears and the Prize PumpkinPete the Cat: Five Little PumpkinsLet’s Play…. I Spy Halloween!: A Fun Guessing Game BookScary, Scary Halloween Gift EditionIt’s Pumpkin Day, Mouse!
This panda bear is a really simple craft that you can make within minutes of making this post. There’s no set up, nothing messy like paint, and you’re almost certain to already have everything you need. (If you don’t have black paper handy, you could […]
I love Halloween as much as anybody else, but I always like the “cute” side of it (pumpkins, fun costumes, cartoony ghosts) aspects of it rather than the scary/gory/haunted house element.
And, of course, the candy.
If you’re looking for a cute-not-scary way to pack up your candy, these teddy bear box templates are perfect for you.
Just print out on cardstock, fill, and fold, and — Ta-da! You’ve got adorable little treat packages for party favors and trick-or-treaters.
Halloween Goodie Bag Fillers
Looking for treats instead of — or in addition to — candy?
Little toys that glow in the dark, like wands and rings, are cheap and easy. (Not to mention helpful to have when you’re trick-or-treating.
There are also several goodie bag fillers over on Amazon that can fill the bill, from wind-up toys to plastic spiders to mini orange Slinkies.
The templates for these treat boxes are available for free in my Printables Library. If you don’t already have the password, just fill out the box below.
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Treat Box Instructions
- Print all four pages out on card stock paper.
- Using a scoring tool and a ruler, create a crease along all dotted lines. Press down hard and score each line 2 – 3 times.
- Cut out the card. Make sure to cut out the small thumb arches, too.
- Fold the box in half, along the dotted crease in the middle.
- Fold the tab on the right side of the card and glue in place. Allow to dry.
- Using your fingers, buckle the card to open it at each end.
- Fold the flap with the thumb arch in first, carefully creasing along the dotted arch.
- Fold the other tab over the first one.
- Tape the bottom of the box shut. (Optional)
- Fill your treat box with candy or other treats.
- Finally, fold the top of the box shut, and your treat box is ready to go!
More Halloween & Fall Crafts
You can never have too bookmarks — and this DIY mermaid bookmark is absolutely adorable. The printable template includes the instructions (written in first person by the mermaid, who I’ve named “Pearl”), so kids can make this bookmark with little to no assistance. All you […]
This fall garland of leaves and pumpkins made from coffee filters is a fun craft that can kinda sorta double as a science experiment with a bit of creativity. This is one of those crafts — like my Mickey Mouse marble painting — where not […]
I used to have two little girls (they are now two teenage girls), and if there’s one thing I know that they like, it’s princesses.
Dressing up like princesses.
Reading about princesses.
Playing with princess paper dolls.
And on and on!
These 5 princess coloring pages are a quick, simple, free way to keep the special little girl in your life happily busily.
Print out as many as you want, invite some friends over, and have a little mini princess party!
Princess Coloring Page One
Princess Coloring Page Two
Princess Coloring Page Three
Princess Coloring Page Four
Princess Coloring Page Five