Our kids love to paint! While we love messy painting, there are times, especially when they were toddlers that I needed a safe, mess free painting activity for them. These Halloween Dot Painting worksheets are perfect for mess free painting.
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Not only are these Halloween Dot Painting worksheets fairly mess free, but set up and clean up is super easy.
This Halloween Dot Painting set includes six black and white worksheets: witch hat, jack a lantern, ghost, bat, candy corn, and cat. Print these Halloween dot painting worksheets on regular 8 1/2 x 11″ paper.
We use Do A Dot Art! Markers for dot painting. If you don’t have Do a Dot Markers, you could also use Bingo Markers or Pom-Poms. Use a clothespin and squeeze a pom pom for a DIY pom pom dot maker.
Related: Fall Dot Painting | Apple Dot Painting | Pumpkin Dot Painting
Benefits of Dot Painting
As an added bonus dot painting, helps kids work on hand-eye coordination as they direct their marker to the spot on their paper. Kids also stregthen fine motor skills as they hold the dot markers and move their hands to apply the marker to the paper.
Do A Dot Art Markers, are especially great for little ones. They are chunky for little hands to easily grab and manipulate. There sponge tip applicator that serves as the painting applicator, making them spill proof and therefore mess free! We have had our Do a Dot Markers for a few years and they still work great!
Download: Halloween Do a Dot Painting
More Fall Printables
Grab these other free fall printables:
- Fall Scavenger Hunts
- Fall Dot Painting
- Halloween Connect the Dots
- Jack a Lantern Halloween Drink Printable
- Apple Dot Painting
- Pumpkin Dot Painting
Thank you for these!! I printed them for my 3 year old nephew and will bring circle stickers in multiple colors to fill in the dots. These are perfect to keep him entertained while we are out to lunch and dinner on vacation.
You are welcome Jenna! I love the idea of using circle stickers! I hope your nephew enjoys them and they keep him entertained 🙂
Shelbie Pittman says
How do I download this link?
Hi Shelbie, You click on the link that says Halloween Dot Painting after Download (Download: Halloween Do a Dot Painting). The links is pink. Let me know if you have any trouble.
Thanks so much for all the free printable dot art! I’m an occupational therapist and can use these with my kiddos in a variety of ways!
You are welcome Laura! I am so glad they are great resource for you.
Thank you so much for providing these! I teach preschool and am sure the kids will LOVE doing these to hang around our classroom.
I hope your students enjoyed them!
I did the download link and put in my info but I don’t know where it downloaded how do I get to print these?
It downloads as a PDF. This particular download does not require any information.
Betty L McLeod says
Thanks for making these available. I volunteer at a shelter for abused children and I love using Do-A-Dot markers. It’s great to have these seasonal pictures!
Thanks for sharing! I am so glad they are being used and enjoyed!