Whether you are studying bats in class, or want to write a spooky story for Halloween - here's the paper for you! Two versions to choose from, one with lines and one with handwriting lines for younger kids.
Halloween Story Paper
Our printable Halloween story paper pages with black and white illustrations inspire kids to get writing - whether they are making up their own stories, writing about real events, or recounting what they see in the pictures. And of course the pictures are there to be coloured in, too, if they wish.
Halloween story paper is available with simple lines for older children or handwriting lines for younger kids.
Here's a cute story paper for younger children, with a picture of a bat to colour in - perfect for a Halloween activity. Choose from two versions below...
You could use this story paper for dictation, copywork or creative writing at Halloween - or just ask the kids to describe what they see in the picture before colouring it in. There are lots of interesting details to inspire them. Who lives in the house on the hill?
There are so many black cats to spot on this wonderful story paper - are they all up to mischief I wonder? Children can have fun describing the scene or writing their own creative story.
Cat lovers will enjoy this cute story paper, complete with a lovely drawing of a cat - and it's perfect for Halloween too! Choose from our lined or handwriting lines versions...
Can the kids create their own horrible recipe to cook in this witch's cauldron and write it on the lines provided? Or maybe try a creative story? We have two versions to choose from...
Bring some Halloween spirit to your creative writing with our ghost story paper - we have lined and handwriting lined versions available.
BOO! Here's a scary story paper full of ghosts and ghouls that's perfect for all your Halloween writing projects! Choose from two versions below...
Kids can write a really spooky story based on what they see in this graveyard colouring page - perfect for Halloween.
Here's a really cute Halloween story paper, where the animals have all dressed up and gone out trick or treating! Can they kids write about what they see or maybe create a story based on the scene? We have two versions to choose from, lined and with handwriting lines.
Children are enjoying decorating their classroom or playroom for Halloween in this picture, designed to spark off some creative writing!
A group of friends are all dressed up for Halloween in this Halloween story paper. What will your kids write about?
Halloween parties are great fun, with dressing up, spooky games and lots of treats! Use this Halloween story paper for creative writing, or maybe write a letter thanking someone who invited you to their Halloween party...
There's something about a haunted house that appeals to children - and they can use this printable story paper to write their own imaginative story or perhaps retell one they have already heard. Don't forget to colour it in!
Many of the best ghost stories are set in a haunted house! Let the kids use their imagination to write a creative story using our haunted house story paper. We have two versions to choose from below...
Jack O'Lanterns are perhaps the object we all associate the most with Halloween. Use our story paper for creative writing with the kids, or perhaps they can write instructions on how to carve a lantern?
This printable story paper has all the elements for a really spooky tale! Use the picture to spark kids imagination and see what they will come up with...
Here's a fun Halloween activity. Can the kids write a short story about this monster then colour in the picture? Or maybe they can pretend to be his creator and write about how he's come to life!
Can the kids use our story paper to write creatively about this funny mummy? Or maybe they could write some facts about mummies and Ancient Egypt?
Here's an interesting story paper to get kids writing creatively at Halloween. Can they write a short story about the poison bottle on the picture, then colour it in too? I wonder what colour their poison will be?
A group of kids get together to carve pumpkins in the classroom or home in this Halloween story paper - just write about what you see or make up your own story!
Carving pumpkins is one of the most fun activities at Halloween! Ask the kids to describe the scene in the picture, or they could describe how they carve their own pumpkins?
Four children and their dog are having fun in a pumpkin patch in this delightful illustrated story paper for kids. Write about what you see or make up your own story - and don't forget to colour the picture in afterwards!
Can the kids write a story with this funny skeleton as the main character? It's a fun and creative activity to try at Halloween.
The detail in this spell room story paper is sure to spark off some excellent imaginative stories - alternatively ask the kids to write about what they see...
This spider and web story paper is ideal for younger children at Halloween - they can enjoy colouring in the picture once they've done a little creative writing. Choose from two versions below: lined or handwriting lines.
Write a spooky Halloween story, practice handwriting skills by copying out the nursery rhyme Incy Wincy Spider, write a story about life as a spider or pull together a factual piece of research. I'm sure there are many other ways you can think of to use out spider story paper.
Use our spider story paper to tell a spooky story or write some facts about these eight-legged creatures! We have lined and handwriting lined versions available for different ages and abilities.
There are 10 "spooky scenes" in this set of story paper pages, which tie in with our spooky scene posters, slideshow and worksheets. At the back of the pack you will find an add-on sheet which can be used to make the stories as long as the kids keep going ...
Here's a Halloween activity that combines creative writing and colouring fun. Can the kids write a story based on what they see, then colour in the picture?
There's nothing as exciting as going trick or treating on Halloween! Use this trick or treating story paper to capture creative writing and have fun colouring in too!
A lot of exciting stories begin with somebody knocking on a mysterious door! Can the children write an adventure based on this trick or treating scene? Who opens the door and what happens next? Once they've finished they can colour in the lovely picture too.
Kids can have fun writing a creative story about this group of children all dressed up to go trick or treating, or maybe they can write a report of their own trick or treating experience? It's fun to colour in the picture too.
Perhaps the most famous story about a vampire is Bram Stoker's Dracula - will our vampire story paper inspire the kids to write their own legendary vampire tale? We have lined and handwriting lined versions to choose from.
A witch looks into her crystal ball while her black cat looks on in this fun story paper for kids. Use the picture to spark some imaginative writing and don't forget to colour in the picture too!
It will be fun writing a story around the which illustration on this story paper! You could also ask the kids to describe the character, or base their whole story on what they think her character might be.
Ask the kids to write a fun story with this young witch as the central character, or to write a letter to send to someone at Halloween...
Halloween is a great time of year for sparking the imagination and doing some creative writing. This witches hat story paper will help the kids get started, then they can colour the picture in too!