Halloween color by letter

Fun free printable color by lowercase letter worksheets for the Halloween season.

As soon as the fall comes, my kids start asking about Halloween! So I make sure to have some Halloween printables ready at hand.

This set of worksheets includes two Halloween color by letter pages with fun spooky pictures to color.

Children will enjoy coloring the haunted house and a haunted cemetery too. Plus bats, ghosts, and everything that goes well with the Halloween season!

Read on to find out how to download these Halloween color by letter worksheets and discover more printables for your October lesson plan too!

Halloween color by letter worksheets on purple background with orange text overlay

HALLOWEEN Color by letter worksheets

This free printable Halloween pdf helps children with their lowercase letter recognition.

I decided to go with the lowercase this time, as there are several color by number and color by (capital) letter worksheets on my site already.

These color by letter worksheets are best suitable for kindergarten and first grade students starting to read.

These are the letters children will practice in these October worksheets: b, d, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, p, q, t, u, v, w, and x.

I chose to include letters that look similar and often cause the most confusion in children.

Halloween letter worksheets

You will find two printable pages within this letter worksheets printable.

At the bottom of each page, you’ll find crayons matching each letter with a specific color. If your children cannot read the color names, simply help them at the beginning by coloring the crayons for them.

The pictures are not too spooky so even children as young as preschoolers might like to color them. But they will be most appreciated by kindergarten and first grade kids.

Teachers and parents, you may download this printable for FREE at the end of this article. Just find the pink banner and link right below it.

Purple and orange graphic with two Halloween color by letter worksheets with a text overlay

Halloween worksheets and printables

And don’t miss out on more of my free Halloween printables!

Halloween cut and paste worksheets – practice scissor skills with these fun Halloween worksheets

Free printable Halloween I spy – find all the pictures and make a graph too

Halloween kindergarten worksheets – a learning packet for Halloween theme in kindergarten

Halloween math worksheets – learn the concepts of one more and one less with worksheets full of candy!

Halloween counting worksheets – practice counting up to 20 with fun Halloween pictures

Color By Letter Kindergarten

Your kids will love coloring these two Halloween worksheets.

One is a picture of a haunted house, while the other is of a haunted cemetery. They are both kid-friendly, of course.

What you’ll need:

  • the free printable Halloween color by letter
  • printer
  • paper
  • crayons or markers

First, color the crayons at the bottom of each page. So children know what colors to use for each letter.

Then just let them finish the pictures!

Super easy to download and a lot of fun while learning lowercase letters in kindergarten.

I hope your kids enjoy these!

Halloween color by lowercase letter worksheets
Halloween color by lowercase letter worksheets

And please, remember, these Halloween color by letter worksheets are for personal and classroom use only. Not for further redistribution or altering. Thank you.

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Christmas color by number – color some gingerbread cookies and Christmas tree too

Thanksgiving color by number – color the turkey and make a Happy Thanksgiving sign too!

Spring color by number – spring flowers, birdhouse, and some flying insects are all included in this printable

Color by number for fall – simple fall pictures to color

More Thanksgiving color by number – color the Mayflower ship together with a pumpkin pie

2 thoughts on “Halloween color by letter”

  1. i just came across your website today. thank you for the free printables especially during this distance learning. I am holding off on registering my 4 year old in school for now, but i do not want her to get behind and this site is truly helpful.

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