Halloween Scenes Drawing Prompts (Printables for Kids)

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Looking for a simple and engaging Halloween themed activity for the kids to enjoy? Try these drawing prompts! This printable set includes 5 different Halloween scenes that kids can work on individually or in pairs.

Halloween Scene Drawing Prompts

I don’t know what it is about drawing prompts, but they are so fun and engaging! These prompts are a great option when you need a simple activity that can be done almost anywhere. For example, fold up a few of these pages with some colored pencils the next time you head to a restaurant with the fam. Great activity for the kids to work on while you wait for your food!

This printable pack is the perfect addition to our Halloween collection.

The easy to open pdf file contains 5 different Halloween themed scenes:

  • Haunted house
  • Monster Cave
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Witches Kitchen
  • Spider Web

How to use

These scenes are set up as “draw with me” activities. They will work great for team building and working on cooperative learning. Pair two kids up and have them take turns adding different details to the scene. Parents and kids would also make a great pair to complete the drawings!

The drawing scenes can of course also be completed by individuals.

This is an easy activity and a great boredom buster.

Additional materials needed

The only supplies you will need (in addition to the printed scenes) are drawing tools. Pencils, pens, markers, crayons or colored pencils would all work well.

Get the printable

Access the printable here: Halloween Scenes Drawing Prompts for Kids Pack

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You can print all of the scenes or individual scenes – that choice is yours.

These would also make great printable road trip activities if you are planning for family travels this year. Print out the scenes and add them to a binder with other road trip printables.

If you end up using these printables, let me know how they work out for you! 



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