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...
Witch Colouring Pages
A fun collection of witch colouring pages for the kids to enjoy at Halloween. We've got a variety to suit all ages.
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.
This fun Halloween colouring page is of a witch's spell room, and there is so much in there to spot while you are colouring it in!
Here's a cute Halloween colouring page for younger children showing three pretty witches around a cauldron, mixing up a spell for this spooky holiday! Just print and enjoy! Click the link below for our printable version.
Here's a detailed free printable colouring page of a wicked witch looking in her crystal ball, for Halloween or fairy stories. Her black cat looks on and the shelf is full of interesting potions for spells!
Kids can practice their numbers and colours with this fun Halloween printable of a witch colour by number puzzle.
Here's a new way to colour in our lovely witch! Follow the key on the left of the page and colour her in by matching the patterns and colours...
Our big, simple colouring pages are great for younger kids at Halloween, and this witch colouring page is no exception!
This little witch colouring page could also be someone dressed up to go trick-or-treating in their witch's costume. I love her stripy stockings and wonder what colour the kids will choose for them...
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...
This witch needs a hat, some hair and a dress! Follow the dots to complete the picture. Our witch dot to dot comes in a choice of numbers 1-25 or lower case and upper case alphabet versions.
Our witch maths facts colouring page will have children practicing subtraction without even noticing. Solve the sums and colour the picture by numbers.
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?
This super witch's hat, sprinkled with stars, is crying out for some bright colours! How will the kids choose to colour it in?
Our witch's hat dot to dot tests children's counting from 1-20 as they follow the dots to complete the outline of the hat. They can then get out the crayons and have fun colouring in the starry hat.
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?