Free printable Halloween masks: Star Wars, celeb, animal, monster, steampunk, 3D | Examiner.com

Halloween isn't just for little children. Adults can dress up too. Here are free printable Halloween masks of Star Wars, politicians, celebrities and more. These will be perfect for Star Wars: The Force Awakens fans. Use political masks in fun, educational government current events activities. Or use your Halloween costume to make a statement! Students will love making masks of world leaders, politicians and famous persons. Teachers might assign students to stage mock debates or elections. They could write speeches, debates or dramatizations of historical events and wear masks. Use celeb masks for for creative writing inspiration on satire, parody or essay writing. Use 3D animal masks in science.Free printable Halloween masks: Star Wars, celeb, animal, monster, steampunk, 3D | Examiner.com

 

Free printable Halloween masks for kids to color and make

Trick-or-treat is all about dressing up in Halloween costumes, right? So how about free printable Halloween masks for kids to color, cut and paste? Perfect for preschool, special education and school Halloween parties. For families who don't do Halloween, I included links for generic masks so kids can still enjoy craft fun. Masks are grouped by theme.Free printable Halloween masks for kids to color and make | Examiner.com

 

Celebrate a haunt-less Halloween with non-scary trick-or-treat activities

Halloween is a top-grossing holiday and consumer spending will hit record highs in 2014 predicts U.S News and World Report. Young and old alike eagerly anticipate trick-or-treat, spending an average of $80 per person on costumes, spook house venues, decorations and candy. Not everyone looks forward to Halloween, however. Some children are terrified by scary costumes. Not all parents like the creepier aspects of Halloween. They don't want to avoid it altogether, though. They don't want kids to miss out on the fun. Is it possible to celebrate a haunt-less Halloween? Absolutely! Here are alternative trick-or-treat activities.  Celebrate a haunt-less Halloween with non-scary trick-or-treat activities

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