Halloween is almost here! Yay! How fun would it be for your child to color his own Halloween Bunting then put it up anywhere he likes?
“It’s Halloween party time!!” That’s what he’s going to think every time he sees his Halloween bunting decoratively hanging somewhere in your home. Kids get really excited to see their own artwork being proudly displayed. Good job, mom!
Color Your Own Halloween Bunting
Halloween is my fave! I love decorating, crafting, making cute Halloween printables and dressing up with my kids in fun costumes.
If you’re looking for a fun activity to celebrate Halloween with your child, scroll down to download this free printable Halloween Bunting and color the pages together.
Halloween is only here for one day but you can celebrate all October long. I have more free Halloween printables for you on the blog. If you need some ideas, you can grab this Halloween bucket list of fun things you can do to celebrate with your child.
Free Printable Halloween Bunting
This free printable Halloween bunting pack includes 5 pages for you to print and color. Scroll down to download yours! Each page has 2 buntings on it for a total of 10.
There are 2 blank buntings for your child to get creative and draw his own Halloween pictures to color. You can make a pretty nice size banner with 10 buntings or you can print 2 of each page and make your banner even bigger!
This Halloween bunting is also great for a Halloween party or to hang in a classroom as a fun Halloween decoration.
If you’re a teacher, as an idea, you can have the kids in your classroom color their own bunting. Then each child can add their bunting to the banner so it becomes a fun classroom project that everyone worked on together. Yay for teamwork!
Make A Halloween Banner
After you print and color your buntings, cut each one out. To make a banner, simply fold over the top of each of your colored buntings on the dotted line.
Gather some colorful string or ribbon and hang each bunting on it. You can secure the buntings with a dab of glue on the back.
Tie cute little bows on each end of your string or ribbon and hang. Tadaa! It’s an instant Halloween celebration at your house!
I hope you and your child have a ton of fun with this Halloween activity! For more fun Halloween ideas, be sure to follow my Pinterest Board Halloween Fun for Kids.