FREE Printable Halloween Templates for Wikki Stix and Play Dough

These free printable Halloween templates are perfect to use with kids of all ages at home, in the classroom, during therapy sessions, or even at a Halloween party to practice fine motor skills and visual motor skills!

Every year around this time, we’re on the lookout for some new free Halloween printables to use with our kids in therapy and during our play groups at The Treehouse. This year, we decided to create our own!

How to Use the Free Halloween Templates

1 || Grab the free download above.

2 || Laminate each of the pages.

3 || Decide how you want to use the printable set.  There are a ton of ways to play!

-Try them with Wikki Stix!  Have kids use Wikki Stix to outline each of the templates, adding faces, and other details according to the instructions.  We love using these sticky wax-covered sticks to help kids make their own pictures and creations while also targeting visual motor skills and hand eye coordination.

-Try them with play dough!  Kids will love adding the faces and details to each page, while also getting the chance to create their own Halloween masterpieces!  Play dough is great for targeting the skills mentioned above, with the added bonus of some hand strengthening work too!

-Try them with dry erase markers!  This is a fun way for kids to work on grasping skills, tracing, pencil control, and prewriting skills with a Halloween theme!  Tracing and drawing activities are important precursors to handwriting and are great for toddlers and preschoolers!

4 || Have kids complete the instructions on each page, outlining and tracing the spider webs, giving legs to the spiders, etc.

These spider-themed free printables are a great start…but why not grab the whole pack?  Download the freebie above, to see a whole pack of Halloween printables, including pages with ghosts, Frankenstein, pumpkins, witches, treats, and more!

We hope your kids have a blast with these spider printable templates!

Check out some other Halloween favorites!

Looking for another fun Halloween activity?  Check out this free printable Halloween scavenger hunt!

This fun Halloween game is a great way to get kids moving and working together as a team!

Try our Halloween Interactive Movement Game!

And these easy Halloween crafts require little to no planning or prep.  

Happy Halloween!

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Claire Heffron is co-author at The Inspired Treehouse and a pediatric occupational therapist in a preschool/primary school setting. She began her career with a bachelor’s degree in magazine journalism but quickly changed course to pursue graduate studies in occupational therapy. She has been practicing therapy for 10 years in public and specialized preschool/primary school settings. She is a mom to three funny, noisy boys and relies on yoga, good food, and time outside to bring her back to center.

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