Looking for not-too-spooky Halloween activities for hosting a Halloween party, October play dates or keeping your easy-to-spook preschool or young elementary child busy?
In a rush? Go directly to the full series of Halloween coloring books plus a few more ideas below!
Halloween Coloring Books for Girls
Are you parenting a girl who loves all things cute, cuddly and unicorn-tastic?
I am! And, they are loving these Halloween books that skew more towards cute and less toward spooky.
The first option – the unicorn purple cover – features larger images, and less background images – great for preschoolers and even toddlers.
Looking for a preschooler? Scroll to the end of this article for another great non-food Halloween gift or activity option!
Halloween Coloring Books for Kids Under 8
Each year, there are ton of fun Halloween activities to get our kids to and from.
If you’d rather spend your time DOING the Halloween activities instead of shopping around for all the supplies, cutting up all the pieces and cleaning up all the glue and glitter, how about you just order a few fun coloring books and call it a day?
The interiors of these books are cute, cuddly and kid-friendly.
Also: mom-friendly, because who wants to wake up in the middle of the night???
Day of the Dead Coloring Books
Any of your kids obsessed with Day of the Dead – Dia de los Muertos? Here’s a slightly less scary coloring book option to fill up your Halloween activities sessions!
October Activity Books for Preschoolers
Looking for a math activity book for your preschooler? Here’s a fun book you can work in throughout October featuring not-too-scary owls and kawaii style pumpkins.
These books work great with dot markers like these: Now, just swing by your grocery store to get your favorite candy (or just add this to your cart now!) And, while you’re at it, grab a few stickers, stamps or other safe non-food treats for kids with food allergies! (Or, just add some great allergy-friendly stickers or stamps to your cart now!)