Why print out a Halloween countdown calendar when it is posted on a website which already counts down to the greatest holiday ever? That’s a good question and it actually has a few different answers. Having a paper calendar is a handy resource for when you are offline and there’s just something especially satisfying about crossing off each days. I also find that crossing things off makes the coming of Halloween it more “real” to me. Reading a new article each day can blur together and potentially make you forget what date it really is.
You might have noticed the dates have not been filled in on the calendar, which allow it to be reused each year. Checking the original source also reveals it can be used as a guideline for making a large color version out of construction paper. Since it is an American work which was published before January 1, 1923 (and isn’t an audio recording), that means it is in the public domain as well. So what are you waiting for? Download this now!
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