The kids are back in school, and the nights are getting cool, which means one thing: Halloween is coming soon! Of course, with costumes to be worn and candy to be had, it’s no surprise that children across the world start gearing up for this fun and festive holiday well ahead of October 31.
Truth be told, we here at Oubly can hardly contain our Halloween excitement as well! That’s why in addition to our one-of-a-kind Halloween cards and Halloween party invitations, we have seven super fun and spook-cular free Halloween coloring pages for your kids to color and enjoy.
Was he a monster or just misunderstood? Since he first made his appearance almost 200 years ago in Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein’s monster has been a Halloween favorite throughout the world. Now Oubly has made a kid-friendly coloring page of this iconic character to provide hours of fun for your children.
With this design, your kids can create Frankensteins of every color to celebrate this Halloween season.
He sleeps in a coffin. He wears a nifty black cape. He transforms into a bat. Oh, and he also lives forever. How cool is Dracula, right? That’s what we think, too, which is why we made this Dracula coloring page for your kids to enjoy.
Like Frankenstein, Dracula is a creature with which Halloween revelers young and old have had a lasting fascination. Television shows and films have made vampires of all kinds more popular in recent years, yet no creature of the night can compete with the one and only Dracula.
Halloween is celebrated in countries across the globe, making it popular holiday for millions of people. Yet many nations have found ways to make Halloween their own, and Mexico is no exception.
Its Dia de Muertos, or Day of the Dead, falls on October 31. For those unfamiliar with the name, they may recognize the distinct floral skulls that exemplify this holiday.
Our skull coloring page offers children the chance to participate in this widely celebrated event.
Monster Pumpkin Theme
Frankenstein. Dracula. Skulls. These iconic characters and images are absolutely part of the magic of Halloween, but no All Hallows’ Eve celebration is complete without a pumpkin or two.
Perhaps the most recognizable image of this holiday, the pumpkin is also the must-have Halloween home accessory. Now your kids can get in on the gourd-decorating action without ever having to wield a carving knife or empty the gooey contents of a real pumpkin.
Our monster pumpkin coloring page gives your children the opportunity to create as many fantastical pumpkins as their hearts desire.
Countries around the world have unique and wonderful ways of celebrating the bizarre, and when we looked to Japan for design inspiration, we were definitely not let down. Remember Godzilla? Or Mothra? Or even Mechagodzilla? All of these fabulous creatures are examples of Kaiju, the Japanese word for “strange creature.”
Now Oubly has added three more Kaiju coloring pages to the mix! Let your children pick one, two, or all three designs to color and decorate your home this Halloween.