Halloween Fun!
Halloween Fun!

Halloween Fun!

Halloween is the spookiest time of the year, filled with costumes, candy, and all things eerie. But why limit the fun to just trick-or-treating and haunted houses? With an assortment of Halloween-themed printables, you can elevate the excitement and add a dash of creativity to your celebrations. In this blog post, we’ve rounded up some frightfully fun printables that are sure to bewitch both kids and adults alike. Get ready to unleash your inner ghouls and goblins!


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1. Halloween Lunch Box Notes:

For parents with school-going children, Halloween lunch box notes are a fantastic way to surprise your little ones with some festive cheer during lunchtime. Cute and spooky illustrations, along with positive and encouraging messages will brighten up their day.

Simply print or create your own Halloween lunch box notes and cut them into small squares. Slip a note into your child’s lunch box before they head off to school, and they’ll be delighted to find a surprise waiting for them when they open their lunch. It’s a thoughtful gesture that shows your love and makes their Halloween school day a little more special.

In addition to brightening your child’s day, Halloween lunch box notes are also great conversation starters. Kids can share the fun notes with their friends, spreading the Halloween spirit to their classmates as well.

Lunch box notes are not limited to lunchboxes, place them in their pockets, at their place at the dinner table, in a book, on the mirror, skies the limit. It never hurts to have a slice of laughter or words of encouragement everywhere one looks.

To create your own here are a few suggestions

Halloween Jokes

  • How do ghosts search the Web? They use ghoul-gle.
  • How do spiders communicate? Through the world wide web
  • How do you fix a broken Jack-o-lantern? With a pumpkin patch
  • What did one ghost say to the other? Get a life!
  • What did the werewolf eat after getting his teeth cleaned? The Dentist
  • What do sea monsters eat for lunch? Potato ships!
  • What do witches put on to go trick-or-treating? Mas-scare-a.
  • What do you learn in witch school? Spelling
  • What does a ghost do to stay safe in a car? Puts on his sheet belt.
  • What does a ghost eat for lunch? A Boo-logna Sandwich
  • What is Dracula’s favorite ice-cream flavor? Vein-illa!
  • What is in a ghost’s nose? Boo-gers.
  • What would be the national holiday for a nation of vampires? Fangs-giving!
  • Where do ghosts shop? At the ghost-ery store
  • Where do mummies like to swim? The Dead Sea.
  • Why did Dr Jekyll cross the road? To get to the other Hyde!
  • Why didn’t the zombie go to school? He felt rotten!
  • Why do ghosts hate when it rains on Halloween? It dampens their spirits.
  • Why don’t they play music in skeleton church? They don’t have organs!
  • Why is it so unpleasant to hang out with Dracula? He’s a pain in the neck.

Halloween Words Of Encouragement

  • Be Brave! (fighting a monster)
  • Believe in yourself. (witches broomstick)
  • Bon Appetite (bones, skeleton)
  • Boo! Eye Love You! (alien with eyes)
  • Boo! I love you (eyeball)
  • Enjoy “Goblin” up your lunch (Goblin)
  • Eye think you are very special (eyeball alien)
  • Frankly, you’re an awesome kid (Frankenstein)
  • Have a FANTASTIC day (vampire)
  • Have a great day sweetie! (sweets)
  • Have a MONSTROUSLY good lunch (monster)


2. Spooky Finger Puppets:

Bring your spooky tales to life with these adorable Halloween finger puppets. Whether you’re telling ghost stories around a campfire or entertaining kids during a Halloween sleepover, these finger puppets are sure to delight. Print, cut, and assemble them to create characters like bats, monsters, and jack-o’-lanterns. You can even let your imagination run wild and come up with your own spooky finger puppet characters.







3. Halloween I Spy:

Keep the little ones entertained with a Halloween-themed I Spy game. This printable activity challenges children to find specific Halloween items hidden within a crowded scene. From black cats to candy corn, kids will have a blast searching for the items while honing their observation skills. This game is perfect for school parties or when you need a few moments of quiet amidst the Halloween excitement.







4. Halloween Bingo:

Bingo is a classic game loved by people of all ages, and it’s even more thrilling when the cards are filled with spooky symbols like ghosts, witches, and pumpkins. Print out the Halloween Bingo cards and gather your friends and family for a hauntingly good time. Mark off the items as they’re called out and be the first to shout, “Bingo!” to claim your eerie victory. This game is a great icebreaker and will keep everyone entertained during Halloween parties or gatherings.







5. Sanderson Sister Paper Dolls:

For fans of the cult classic movie “Hocus Pocus,” these Sanderson Sister paper dolls are an absolute treat. Recreate the iconic trio of witches – Winifred, Sarah, and Mary Sanderson – with these printable cut-outs. Whether you’re a seasoned crafter or just looking for a fun DIY project, assembling these paper dolls is sure to bring nostalgic Halloween vibes to your home. You can even stage your own magical performances or display them proudly as part of your spooky decorations.




Keep the Halloween spirit going


6. You’ve Been Boo’ed:

“You’ve Been Boo’ed” is a delightful Halloween tradition that spreads the spirit of giving and surprises among neighbors and friends. The concept is simple yet thrilling: You secretly leave a small Halloween-themed treat or gift on someone’s doorstep, along with a note that says they’ve been “boo’ed.”

These notes typically include a friendly poem or message, inviting the recipient to join in on the fun. Attach the note to a bag of Halloween candy, spooky snacks, or small trinkets, and leave it anonymously at your neighbor’s or friend’s doorstep. Be sure to include a “You’ve Been Boo’ed” sign, encouraging them to display it on their front door or window to let others know they’ve already been boo’ed. This heartwarming Halloween tradition is a great way to foster community spirit and create smiles all around.


7. Throw a Halloween Party

Throwing a Halloween party doesn’t have to cost alot and it can encourage community. When my kids were young I started a neighborhood block party that the community looked forward to doing every year. We ran it for over 15 years and it didn’t cost me a dime.

Read more about my Halloween Block Party  here

I also have Halloween Party Guide here

It has everything I did for our party. All the secrets and information needed to start your own.



8. Halloween Drink Labels:

Refreshments are a must at any Halloween gathering, and you can add a touch of eerie elegance to your drinks with Halloween-themed labels. From “Witch’s Brew” to “Zombie Punch,” these printable labels will instantly transform your regular beverages into spooky concoctions. Simply stick them on bottles or jars, and your guests will be enchanted by your attention to detail. It’s a fun and simple way to add a festive flair to your Halloween party.

Halloween is a holiday that allows us to embrace our love for all things spooky and supernatural. With these Halloween-themed printables – Bingo, Sanderson Sister paper dolls, Halloween drink labels, Halloween I Spy, and Finger Puppets – you can add an extra layer of fun and creativity to your celebrations. From thrilling games to DIY crafts, these printables offer something for everyone in the family to enjoy. So, gather your friends and family, unleash your inner ghouls. Embrace the spirit of community and surprise your neighbors and friends with Halloween Treats. Start Traditions and encourage others to join in the excitement and see how far the Halloween surprises can spread.

 Have a spooktacular time this Halloween! Happy Haunting!

What things do you and your family do to celebrate October?

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