Halloween Safety Rules

Here's a Halloween Safety Page to printout and share with your little trick-or-treaters before they head out on Halloween night. Click here or on the image to go to the download page.




Another Original Halloween Knock-Knock Joke from I M Halloween!

Knock! Knock!

Who’s there?
Wanda.
Wanda who?
Wanda go for a ride on my broomstick?

Now Wanda color the joke page? Then just click on the image and you'll be taken to the download page.


Doc Holliday and the O.K. Corral Shootout

On October 26, 1881, John Henry "Doc" Holliday, Wyatt Earp, Virgil and Morgan Earp got into a shootout with a group of local cowboys in what is often considered the most famous gunfight in the history of the Wild American West. The showdown on a dusty side street in Tombstone, Arizona only lasted about 30 seconds but it left three cowboys dead and Virgil and Morgan Earp wounded. Learn more about Doc Holliday by downloading a coloring page at GilaBen.com.



National Chocolate Day!

According to some calendars October 28th is National Chocolate Day. So, in honor of the day, I've dusted off a piece of art I created years ago for the C. R. Gibson Card Company. It was originally part of a series of notepads but now it's been reissued as Post-It® Notes and they are available at Zazzle by clicking here
By the way, if you are a collector of published artwork you can buy the original piece. It comes complete with overlays, production notes, and etc. Click here for more info.  If you are interested in securing the licensing rights contact me here. Look for more original pieces of art for sale here in future posts.


Halloween Pet Safety Rules

While Halloween can be very fun for people it can be a very scary for pets. Help keep your pets safe and happy this Halloween by following the safety tips on this fun coloring page. Just click on the image to go to the download page.

Vampire Knock-Knock Joke and Coloring Page

Here's some more fun Halloween humor to print out and color. Just click on the image to go to the download page.

Going Ghosting?

Get an early jump on all the joy and excitement of Halloween this year by going "ghosting!" Halloween ghosting, also known as "boo-ing," is a great holiday tradition that can be a lot of fun for everybody. The best time for ghosting is just after dark, a day or two before Halloween.

Ghosting usually involves a "ghost" anonymously leaving a small bag of wrapped candy treats or small Halloween novelties and a "You've Been Ghosted!" notice on the doorstep of a neighbor or friend. That neighbor in turn makes up a small bag of Halloween goodies and anonymously leaves it on the doorstep of another neighbor or friend, and so on and so on.

Once "ghosted," the "You've Been Ghosted!" notice is usually hung on the door or displayed in the window to let everybody know not to "ghost" that house again.

CAUTION: When sneaking around the neighborhood in the dark be sure to carry a flashlight and watch your step. Have fun, but be safe!

To get a "You've Been Ghosted" notice to print click here or just click on the image.


A Little Halloween Humor

What happens when ghosts eat beans? Click on the image below to go to the page where you can download this Halloween Joke Coloring Page for printing and find out.

A little Halloween humor
 


Skull Halloween Window Decoration

Here's a fun Halloween window decoration for you to print out and color. Hang it in your front window to greet all those trick-or-treaters. 

Witch Hunt Halloween Matching Game

Can you find the two matching potion bottles and the one different skull in this picture? Click on the image to go to the download page at IMHalloween.com

Mummy Mummy Knock knock

Knock. Knock. Who's there? The first fun activity for Halloween from IMHalloween.com! Just click on the image to go to the download page.

Fun Days of Halloween

Meet I M Halloween. I M Halloween is a creation of mine and the official host of a Halloween website. Please join me and I M Halloween here as we celebrate the trick-or-treat season with a variety of fun Halloween activities and coloring pages for kids of all ages during the month of October.

(By the way, there's a cool little Flash intro featuring I M Halloween here. However, it doesn't work on mobile devices because Adobe, well, never mind.)