Halloween is growing on me.
It’s possibly my least favorite holiday…but it is growing on me. I’ve successfully managed to avoid all of those gory, creepy Halloween commercials that typically bother me so much, and I think that’s key. Anyway, I’ve been working on all these fun Halloween packs that I’m really starting to enjoy the season! Who knew that Vampires and Frankenstein would be what changes someone’s mind about a holiday, right?
Honestly, I think it’s the kid’s excitement. They like the candy but more so I think they like the anticipation general feeling from excitement in general. Well, I like to capitalize on excitement so naturally I had to make some quick Vampire packs (And Frankenstein, for those of you who prefer the big green guy. Frankenstein that is, not the Hulk)
Can I admit something real quick?
I like Twilight.
Okay okay fine, I love Twilight. I devoured the books. Movies not so much…I think my affinity for vampirish things comes from Twilight love though. The boys are obviously far too young to enjoy this series. I think they just enjoy the mythical aspect of vampires. A bit scary but not quite. As long as they don’t start carrying around little wooden stakes, I think we’ll be okay.
So what’s in the vampire printable pack?
What Comes Next?
Which Is Different?
What Color Is the Vampire?
Clip and Count Cards
Dot the Vvs
Color by Letter
Vv is for Vampire
Dot the Vv’s
These dot marker pages always get the boys excited. Although I have to say, the difference between a capital V and a lowercase V can be hard when they’re not right next to each other.