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Spanish Halloween Coloring Pages and Flashcards for Kids (Free Printables)

Free Halloween printables in Spanish for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners. They are the perfect activity to do in the classroom or at home!

Get in the Halloween spirit with these free Halloween printables in Spanish for kids!

Included in these free Halloween printables in Spanish, you will have a set of Halloween-themed vocabulary flashcards in Spanish as well as a Halloween coloring book.

Once your child has mastered these activities, take them for a stroll with this Halloween scavenger hunt in Spanish to test out their knowledge.

Lastly, when your child has completed these Halloween activities, take a picture and tag me on Instagram with the handle @lorenaylennox, so I can see how they enjoyed them, or ways in which they used them!

Or you can check out some of the Halloween activities below! ¡Feliz día de las brujas!

Halloween Printables in Spanish

What comes in this free Halloween printables in Spanish kit?

In this kit, you will receive four printable Halloween coloring pages

Page 1: El gato | Cat

Page 2: La araña en la telaraña | the spider on the spiderweb

Page 3: La calavera | Skull

Page 4: La calabaza | Pumpkin

You will also receive 11 bilingual Spanish|English Halloween-themed vocabulary flashcards!

Below is a list of the words included in these Halloween flashcards:

  • morado | purple
  • negro | black
  • verde | purple
  • anaranjado | orange
  • el gato negro | black cat
  • el murciélago | bat
  • la calabaza | pumpkin
  • el fantasma | ghost
  • el brujo, la bruja | witch
  • la araña | spider
  • la calavera | skull

Play a Halloween Bingo game with the family today!


If you’re already part of our subscriber community, head over to the Free Spanish Printable Library (FSPL) and input the seasonal, case-sensitive password provided in each email I send your way!

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More Halloween activities in Spanish to do with your kids

For more Halloween fun, check out these Halloween activities for kids!

For more hands-on, play-based activities to do this Halloween with young children, check out some of my following posts below!

Halloween Printables in Spansih


Thursday 3rd of October 2019

These are the cutest ideas ever. I'm bilingual (Japanese) and have completely stopped teaching my 6 year old. I need to continue because if we do go back home to visit he will not be able to understand / communicate with my family.

Lorena Ruprecht

Tuesday 15th of October 2019

That is awesome that you are bilingual! It will definitely be so helpful for your kiddos , especially if you have family overseas =)


Tuesday 1st of October 2019

Such a fun idea! Kids love new words and absorb them like a sponge. The perfect combination of fun and bilingual learning :)

Lorena Ruprecht

Tuesday 15th of October 2019

Thank you. Yes, kids are definitely sponges with new words!