I made this fun Halloween haunted house printable for my kids a few years ago on Halloween. Now I’m sharing it for your kids to enjoy this year!
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Halloween Haunted House Kids’ Activity
We have used this printable in two ways. I actually created it to cut out with a cricut machine, but if you are patient you can use scissors or an X-acto knife to cut it out instead.
Of course, you can still use this printable if you don’t want to spend a lot of time cutting! I printed it out earlier this month for my two younger girls to decorate. Here is four-year-old Anna’s picture:
And here is seven-year-old Lily’s drawing:
You can let kids add color using paint, crayons, colored pencils, markers, and Halloween stickers. However you choose to use it, this free haunted house printable makes a fun creative storytelling activity for kids!
Free Haunted House Printable to Download
You can download this printable by clicking on the image below. It should load a pdf file that you can easily print.
More Halloween Activities for Kids
Looking for more fun Halloween activities for your kids? Here are some of our favorites from my blog:
- Halloween Countdown
- Halloween Themed Writing Prompts for Kids
- No-Sew Ghost Hand Puppet
- Sensory Friendly Halloween Costume for Kids
- Easy Pumpkin Crafts for Kids
- Fun Halloween Crafts for Kids
- Halloween Coloring Pages and Halloween Felt Board Shapes
- Kid-Friendly Halloween Pumpkin Carving
- Science Magic: Halloween Ghost
- Pumpkin Jack O’ Lantern Chains
- Pumpkin Faces Printable
- Jack O’ Lantern Mask From a Paper Plate
- Sharpie Pumpkins
- A Wall of Pumpkins
- Kleenex Ghosts
- Super Simple Superhero Capes
More Halloween Activities for Kids
Check out these fun Halloween activities from some of my blog friends:
- Neon Halloween Banner by Projects with Kids
- Sponge Painted Halloween Ghosts by Preschool Toolkit
- Counting with Halloween Board Books by Homebound but Hopeful
- Halloween Activity Pages by Mosswood Connections
- Halloween Teacake Spider Treats by The Gingerbread House
- X-Ray Exercises Free Printable by Growing Play
- Cardboard Tube Monsters Craft by The Joy of Sharing
- Spooky Eyeballs Brownies by The Moments at Home
Do you have a Halloween activity to share with us?
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MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.
12 thoughts on “Halloween Haunted House Printable: Who’s There?”
Love the flaps that open!
These are so sweet. I love things that go bump in the night.
These little houses are fun to decorate :)
So creative and cute! I love the ease of printing it off and it is ready to go. You could put it on cardstock and add in photos of friends and family to make it fun for real little ones too. Thank you!
I love the photos of family and friends cardstock idea!
Cute printable! I like the way the house leans. :)
Cute printable! I’m not ready for Halloween yet, are you? It’s on a Monday so I’m not sure if my kids want to trick or treat, especially the high schoolers. Halloween on a Friday or Saturday is the best!
I love it. My husband also loves creating things with our Silhouette, but he usually goes for the full 3D :)
I made a bunch of paper houses like your husband, but I also make a lot of 2D cards, and projects like this.
There’s a super fun quilting book I got one time that’s Halloween-themed, it’s got all sorts of windows and doors you can open. I have yet to complete a single project in the book, but someday….
Love the flip-flaps! And your daughters did a terrific job decorating the 2D version.
Oh my goodness, I love this! I’m definitely going to be using this when we do our Halloween activities. I’ll see what I can also do to match this printable with how we decorate our house door this year.
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