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Halloween Coloring Pages


Welome to our Halloween coloring pages. On October 31st, dozens of children dressed in costumes knock on their neighbors' doors and yell, "Trick or Treat" when the door opens. Pirates and princesses, ghosts and popular heroes of the day all hold bags open to catch the candy or other goodies that the neighbors drop in.
Since the 800's November 1st is a religious holiday known as All Saints' Day. The Mass that was said on this day was called Allhallowmas. The evening before became known as All Hakkiw e'en, or Halloween. Like some other American celebrations, its origins lie in both pre-Christian and Christian customs. October 31 st was the eve of the Celtic new year. The Celts were the ancestors of the present-day Irish, Welsh and Scottish people. On this day ghosts walked and mingled with the living, or so the Celts thought. The townspeople baked food all that day and when night fell they dressed up and tried to resemble the souls of the dead. Hoping that the ghosts would leave peacefully before midnight of the new year the people carried the food to the edge of town and left it for them.

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Much later, when Christianity spread throughout Ireland and October 31 was no longer the last day of the year, Halloween became a celebration mostly for children. "Ghosts" went from door to door asking for treats, or else a trick would be played on the owners of the house. When millions of Irish people immigrated to the United States in the 1840s the tradition came with them. Today Halloween is celebrated by trick or treating,wearing costumes, having costume parties and going to haunted houses.

Printing Instructions:

Once you have decided which pages you want to print out the hard part will be over!

  1. Click on a thumbnail of a picture you want to see. If you like what you see and you would like to print it out follow the next few steps.
  2. Go to the FILE menu
  3. Select the PRINT option
  4. Check the settings for the printer. You can use the gray scale or black only setting to save on colored ink.
  5. Decide how many copies of the image you want.
  6. Press Print

Then enjoy coloring your pictures! Remember, the pictures may not look very clear as thumbnails, but when you click on them they will clear up and you will see what you will get when you print.



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