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Hotel Transylvania 2 Printable Coloring Sheets

As soon as our son A.J. saw the trailer for Hotel Transylvania 2 over the summer, he was captivated. He giggled as the scary characters bumbled their way through raising a vampire grandson to live up to his legacy or scaring the life out of humans. Even though A.J. hasn’t seen the first film, he understood the plot and antics that make this Sony Pictures Animation a must-see when it hits theaters Friday, September 25th. Keep reading for a Hotel Transylvania 2 printable and how to win a prize pack for your children.

Hotel Transylvania stars Selena Gomez, Adam Sandler, Mel Brooks, Steve Buscemi, and Andy Samberg lend their voices to this “scary” sequel.

Video: Hotel Transylvania 2 Trailer

 

Hotel Transylvania 2 joined forces with Goodwill this Halloween season.  Check out the Goodwill website for a ton of how-to videos for crafts, make up, etc. inspired by our the new film.

 

Hotel Transylvania Coloring Sheets

Hotel Transylvania Coloring Sheets

Help your children get to know the characters with this printable coloring sheets featuring

Dracthe grandfather

Mavis the mom

Frankenstein

Murray the Mummy

Hotel Transylvania Prize Pack GiveawayHotel Transylvania 2 Giveaway

Enter to win one (1) of five (5) Hotel Transylvania prize packs by October 1, 2015. It includes a cape, stationary set, vampire fangs, blobby putty and activity book. Follow the rafflecopter entries below and good luck!

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25 comments

  1. My daughter is 3 and already knows about scary things. I think she picked it up from watching TV but she will tell me “Mommy Mommy….Halloween is scaaaarrryyy”.

  2. We can’t wait to see this. Surprisingly, our daughter isn’t afraid of scary characters. She understands that they aren’t real. Now, people dressed in costumes luge the Easter bunny & mascots freak her out, but that’s a different story, lol.

  3. As a single Mama of 3, I explain scary on movie and television by explaining how what my kids are seeing is Make believe and not real and that I am there to always protect them!

  4. I usually tell my boys that most of the scary stuff on tv is make believe. They understand what scary in real life is.

  5. This is one 9f my favorite M9vie series, the 1st one was amazing. When my son was little we would talk about make believe versus real people and that make believe couldn’t hurt him

  6. My grandson is almost 4 and seems to not really be afraid of anything, so we’ve never had to address scary characters.

  7. I talk to my son, saying that scary characters can be very scary. Luckily it’s only for fun. I tell him to not worry about it. Dad will let anything hurt him.

  8. I tell my son, scary characters aren’t real. Mom will protect him. So don’t worry. Scary characters are scared of Mommy. LOL

  9. I say that us ake believe and not real and that I am there to always protect them.

  10. I’d love to win this!

  11. Crystal Rogers Walker

    I just tell them that they are not real and they won’t hurt them and it’s charactors from TV or catoons and they are just cartoons

  12. I have them act out scary-funny scenes with me, and then explain that others do the same with movie characters.

  13. I just tell them they aren’t real, they are just people dressed up and pretending to be scary but they won’t hurt them

  14. I just tell them they aren’t real, they are just people dressed up and pretending to be scary but they won’t hurt them.

  15. I tell him they aren’t real and the characters from tv are drawn or created. I also show him HOW they do it.

  16. I’ve never had to explain the scary characters from HT2 or any of the other “spooky” cartoon movies, my son has always just kinda been comfortable with the monsters and mayhem I guess probably because I’m a huge fan of everything Halloween and I decorate the majority of my house with “spooky” monsters, skulls and other creepy items that stay all year as my normal home decor.

  17. Talk about the acting not real people

  18. I say they are made up characters and they are not real.

  19. I talk with my kids about what’s REAL and Make-believe and let them know if they are scared that Mommy and Daddy are here to protect them.

  20. I let her know it’s pretend and not real. She finds these movies funny.

  21. I tell my granddaughter that it’s not real just make believe for Halloween.

  22. I just tell them it’s not real, only make believe

  23. I let my little cousins know that they’re not real. I think Scooby-Doo helps with it.

  24. My daughter thinks that they are funny and aren’t scary…I have a harder time explaining that some of the characters she’ll see on Halloween night are not real and just people in a mask.

  25. I say they are the ones that make you jump.

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