HALLOWEEN*Made by Paula Mª N.G.*Class: 2ºA
Origin of nameThe word "Halloween" is used for the first time inthe sixteenth century, and comes from a Scottishvariation ...
TRICK  or   TREAT?Trick­or­treating is a  celebration for children on Halloween, going from house to house,  disguised, as...
CostumesThe Halloween costumes are traditionally the monsters, ghosts, skeletons, witches and devils.Dressing up in costum...
FOOD…    …IN IRELAND…            *BARMBRACK      *CARAMEL APPLES *COLCANNON  
   *caramel apples*Bonfire toffe…IN ENGLAND…   
… NORTH   AMERICA…* CANDY CORN* CANDY PUMPKIN
…AND NOVELTY FOODS. *NOVELTY CANDY SHAPED LIKE SKULLS,PUMPKINS,BATS, WORMS...*PUMPKIN, PUMPKIN PIE, PUMPKIN BREAD
*Roasted pumpkin seeds                                    *Roasted sweet corn*Soul cakes
Credits: Sites used :­ http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloween­ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HalloweenPictures  :­ Google p...
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  1. 1. HALLOWEEN*Made by Paula Mª N.G.*Class: 2ºA
  2. 2. Origin of nameThe word "Halloween" is used for the first time inthe sixteenth century, and comes from a Scottishvariation of the phrase "All Hallows Even" whichmeans "All Saints Eve".
  3. 3. TRICK  or   TREAT?Trick­or­treating is a  celebration for children on Halloween, going from house to house,  disguised, asking for gifts as candy or money, sometimes, with the question, "Trick or treat?" The word "trick" refers to "threat" and the word "treat"" means that in return you get sweets or money ...
  4. 4. CostumesThe Halloween costumes are traditionally the monsters, ghosts, skeletons, witches and devils.Dressing up in costumes and going "guising" was prevalent in Ireland and Scotland at Halloween in the 19th century. The costumes became popular for Halloween parties in the USA in the 20th century.
  5. 5. FOOD…    …IN IRELAND…            *BARMBRACK      *CARAMEL APPLES *COLCANNON  
  6. 6.    *caramel apples*Bonfire toffe…IN ENGLAND…   
  7. 7. … NORTH   AMERICA…* CANDY CORN* CANDY PUMPKIN
  8. 8. …AND NOVELTY FOODS. *NOVELTY CANDY SHAPED LIKE SKULLS,PUMPKINS,BATS, WORMS...*PUMPKIN, PUMPKIN PIE, PUMPKIN BREAD
  9. 9. *Roasted pumpkin seeds                                    *Roasted sweet corn*Soul cakes
  10. 10. Credits: Sites used :­ http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloween­ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HalloweenPictures  :­ Google photos
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