More Halloween themed coloring pages.

A fun way to add more reading throughout your young learners day is through coloring pages with simple sentences. The coloring pages below are kept simple to allow your young learners to use their imaginations and add their own flare to the pages.

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3 Halloween theme coloring pages for early readers.

My daughters enjoy the Holiday of Halloween. They enjoy all the creepy, scary things about it. So I decided to make them a few coloring pages to get in the mood for Halloween and give them something to practice their reading skills.

I find by providing my daughters with coloring pages that have simple sentences on them keeps their interest more than a book when they’re not in the mood to read. That way we can color together and read at the same time. I tend to keep the pages simple and with empty space to allow growth for my daughters imagination because there is plenty of space for them to add in their own flare onto the page.

I hope your young learners enjoy the coloring pages as much as mine do!

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Reading coloring pages with shape monsters.

I often find adding in coloring pages within our school curriculum helps encourage my oldest (age 7) to read more throughout the day. It also gives my youngest daughter (age 3) more fine motor practice. Coloring pages are perfect on days in which the kids are just not interested in workbooks. My youngest is currently working on shapes which inspired the fun shape monsters.

Enjoy these reading coloring pages with shape monsters. I kept them simple with free space to allow for creativity. My oldest often enjoys adding her own shapes and drawings into the coloring pages. The sentences I used a font in which would allow for the kids to color in the words for letter practice.

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