This pumpkin frame is perfect for all your Halloween writing projects. Perhaps you went to a pumpkin farm this year to choose your Halloween pumpkin, and you can record what happened here! Choose from blank, ruled or handwriting versions below.
Ask the kids to practise their handwriting skills using this fun pumpkin word tracing page - there are three versions to choose from below. Perfect as a Halloween activity!
We have three versions of this pumpkin frame available: blank, ruled and handwriting lines, so there are lots of ways you can use it - maybe plan your Jack O'Lantern face, or write a poem or a short story?
This empty book frame is a fantastic starting point for firing the imagination and getting the kids to put pens to paper. They could write a magic spell, a recipe, a story or draw some pictures - the list is endless!
Design a front cover for this lovely old book! Perhaps you could use it at Halloween for a witch's book? Maybe it could by the secret spell book of Harry Potter's trainee wizards? Or perhaps it is an old diary belonging to a made-up character or even someone like Anne Frank ...
This witch's face makes a fun frame for some Halloween writing - especially if the kids colour her in, too! Alternatively, draw a face on the witch and give her a name - there's space at the top!
You can use this treasure chest frame in so many ways. Fill it up with a picture of treasure - perhaps belonging to a pirate! It might be part of a fairy story - or even found in a Haunted House! There's space for words so you can use it as either a drwaing frame or a writing frame...
This Halloween mirror frame comes in 4 versions - lined, handwriting, story and blank - so you can use it with a range of ages and in many different ways for your Halloween writing projects.
The children can get creative by designing this spooky gravestone - perfect for Halloween. Perhaps there is a crest, or a carving, or an epitaph on it?