This beautifully illustrated Day of the Dead colouring page has enough detail to appeal to children of all ages (and adults too!). You could try using some of the traditional colours associated with the festival: Purple represents mourning, pink signifies happiness, red represents blood and life, white is a symbol of spirit and purity and yellow represents the sun and unity.
Day of the Dead Colouring Page 1
We've got a set of six beautifully illustrated Day of the Dead Calaveras (sugar skulls) for you to print and colour in. Choose your favourites, or colour them all, then display as Day of the Dead decorations.
This pretty (and slightly scary!) Day of the Dead Calavera colouring page has enough detail to appeal to both kids and adults, and you can display as a Day of the Dead decoration once you've finished, too.