Printable free coloring worksheets for Halloween
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On October 31st, we have Halloween and it is something similar to Obon in Japan. There will be no boundaries between our world and the land of the dead, your family’s spirit will come visit you from afterlife! However, on the night of Halloween, you will encounter some spooky ghosts and monsters. Let’s all dress up as those ghosts and monsters and light up the Jack O’Lantern to frighten bad spirits!
“Trick or Treat!” You will hear children shout this magical phrase on Halloween night. The tradition of children dressing up as ghosts and monsters existed even in the Medieval times. Back then, children did a small performance in front of houses and people gave them food and drinks in return. Nowadays, people give candy to children, and it all started in the 1950s.
Jack o’ lantern
You will see these mysterious faces gleaming on pumpkins on Halloween. This is called “Jack O’Lantern”. Long ago, a man named Jack tricked a demon who tried to take his life. Jack ended up not being able to go either heaven or hell. He got stuck in a dark place between this world and the next, so he put some light in a curved turnip and used it as a lantern. People called him “Jack of the lantern”, that gradually became the word “Jack O’Lantern” over time.