You can get a hint of whose feet they are on this doodle page - but that doesn't mean that the kids need to go along with what we've hinted! Who or what will they draw?
On this doodle page for Halloween we've provided two simple Halloween frames for the kids to colour in, and fill with a picture of themself and their best friend in Halloween costumes!
I know that Dracula usually sleeps in a coffin ... but who does your children want to sleep in this one? They might draw a vampire, or they might come up with something completely different ...
There are two sets of feet on this Halloween doodle page - and all that is missing is your child's imagination, to fill in what goes above them!
This funny ghost is feeling lonely and needs some ghostly companions. Can the kids draw some? Let them use their imaginations and get creative!
This doodle page is extra fun because it combines a doodle drawing - putting the face on the Frankenstein monster - and a "how many words" puzzle!
Here are two children ready to go to a Halloween party. It's your child's job to dress them up appropriately! Have fun with some really spectactular costumes - either dressing the kids themselves or hanging a costume on each hanger...
Children can really go to town decorating this porch for Halloween. The sky is the limit when you are drawing a design like this!
This lovely doodle page for Halloween asks children to draw a spooky face in each of the windows of the haunted house, then draw a portrait of its owner! It's a fun way for the kids to use their imagination...
Colouring the magnificent tails on our peacocks scene colouring page will keep children busy for quite some time.
Do your own research to write a factfile on peacocks or perhaps you could use our peacock writing page to write a story?
Practise perfect pencil control by tracing out the letters on this peacock word tracing page and then colouring in the picture.
Follow the dotted lines to cut this peacock spelling jigsaw into 7 pieces. Children have to complete the picture to spell out the word.
Peacocks are one of the most beautiful birds on our planet, particularly when they display their tail feathers like the peacock on this lovely poster. Print out our poster to brighten up any display about birds, or just to admire how beautiful peacocks truly are!
Children will love using brightly coloured playdough to give this peacock a beautiful tail! You can laminate the mat so it can be reused too...
Children can learn about the majestic looking peacock and display their work proudly using our peacock notebooking pages.
Practising letter formation is more fun when you are writing words and this handwriting worksheet will give children practice at writing out the letters to spell peacock.
Laminate this peacock finger tracing and children can trace over the letters to spell out peacock with their finger or perhaps a dry wipe marker time and time again.
This is one of our more challenging dot to dots as children must join the dots 1-30 to draw the peacock's tail.
Our peacock counting jigsaw asks children to be able to arrange numbers in order from 1 to 10 to complete the puzzle, looking at the picture will help them if they find it hard.
Peacocks are a very colourful bird, so they're perfect for colouring pages! Grab some crayons or pens and start colouring in their bright feathers...
Have a go at writing an acrostic poem using the word PEACOCK. Chose from one of our 4 pretty printables to make it even more fun!
Our complete the peacock picture printable asks children to draw the peacock's distinctive tail. They can then get out the crayons and make the peacock bright and colourful.
We've provided a picture of a witch's room, but there's lots for the kids to finish on this spooky scene - the cauldron, Jack 'o' Lantern faces and maybe the witch herself?
Every witch needs her cat companion, but this witch seems to have lost hers! Can the kids draw one for her sitting on the broomstick, then colour in the picture too?
Who can draw the ugliest witch using our witch doodle page? Remember to include some horrible features like warts - and you can colour the face in green if you like, or another gruesome colour...
We've provided the webs, now you provide the spiders! The kids can have fun drawing spiders all over the webs then colouring in the picture too...
Every spider needs a web! Ask the kids to draw a web for the spider on our doodle page - a great way to encourage reluctant artists...
Imagine if you had your own book of spells - what would you call it? This doodle page lets the kids create their own spellbook cover from scratch, with room to draw and write on the front and back.
These Jack 'o' lanterns look like plain vegetables at the moment - so they need the kids to draw some scary faces on them to get them ready for Halloween!
Ask the kids to draw pumpkins around these scary faces for a fun Halloween activity, and maybe have an orange crayon handy so they can colour them in too...?
Encourage the kids to let their imagination go wild and draw a spooktastic haunted house on the hill - then colour it in too!
Ask the children to imagine what they might find in a creepy Halloween chest - then get them to finish the picture!
These spooky bats look like they need some friends! Ask the children to fill in and colour a sky full of bats, perfect for Halloween...
We've provided the graveyard scene - now you provide the ghosts and ghouls! The kids can have fun completing this scary scene then colouring it in.
Somebody is cooking up a spell in this cauldron! The kids can have fun finishing this creepy scene by adding a witch or two perhaps...