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The word Monster comes from the Latin word "monstrum", which describes unusual and weird situations usually something biologically odd or abnormal. Monsters are shown in movies like Frankenstein's monster and written about in stories of werewolves and vampires. Most of the time monsters are portrayed as, well quite monstrous, but occasionally they are depicted as friendly, misunderstood creatures such as with the stories of the Incredible Hulk and Shrek.
Generally a monster is something physically or psychologically hideous or considered a freak of nature. However, the term may also be applied to something morally objectionable, such as with a person who does really bad things.
These demon and monster masks are guaranteed to transform your lovely little flower bunch into a gruesome, growling, ghoul of a grump. Children can also design horrible costumes for these masks using strips of paper and old clothes from grandma or grandpa. Decorate these freakishness, frightful, fabrications of fanciful fun with color crayons or markers. Decorate with glitter glue, feathers, bits of yarn and other materials on hand. Make paper maché masks molded onto inflated balloons. Paint with frighteningly frightful colors.
These color book images are suitable for Halloween, All Souls Day or Aztec and Mexican Crafts for fun child learning activity. Visit Paper Pumpkins web site for Halloween carving templates and color book masks.