Help us create the Guy Fawkes Night coloring pages below with your brightest colors. Guy Fawkes Night, also known as Guy Fawkes Day, Bonfire Night, and Fireworks Night, is an annual celebration held on November 5, mainly in the United Kingdom, involving bonfires and fireworks.
Why do we have campfires, fireworks, and “guys” on November 5? Its history begins on November 5, 1605, O.S., when Guy Fawkes, a member of the Gunpowder Organization, was arrested while guarding explosives that the conspirators had placed beneath the House of the Lord. Catholic conspirators attempted to assassinate Protestant king James I and his parliament. Glad that the king had survived, people lit fires around London, and a few months later, the November 5th Compliance Act enforced an annual public thanksgiving for the conspiracies’ failure. Children begging for money with the effigy of Guy Fawkes and November 5 gradually became known as Guy Fawkes Day. Guy Fawkes Nights these days are often celebrated at large organized events.
On Guy Fawkes Night, all over England, people set off fireworks, set up large bonfires next to effigies, and played, danced, and cheered. And you can also participate in this Guy Fawkes Night most uniquely by coloring our Guy Fawkes Night coloring sheets or Bonfire Night coloring pages. If you can participate directly in the Bonfire Night festival, you can use the coloring sheets below to make the night more special.
And your kids, too, will be delighted with the pictures of bonfires and fireworks. You can introduce the kids to the history of Guy Fawkes Night while they are coloring the Guy Fawkes Night coloring pages. Join the festival in the most fun and impressive way right now.
Are you ready for this exciting creation? Unique coloring sheets are waiting for you below; collect your favorite coloring sheets and refresh them with the funniest colors.
Experiment with different themes and show off your creativity on our coloring sheets. We hope you have a great time with our unique coloring pages. Have fun!