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    • 1. HALLOWEEN
    • 2. History• Halloween, October 31• Began 2,000 years ago as the ancient Celtic festival Samhain (Sow-een), End of the summer.
    • 3. History• During Samhain, the ancient Celts thought ghosts of the dead returned to Earth and caused chaos, sickness and destroyed plants.• The Celts wore masks and danced to scare the ghosts away.
    • 4. History• In North America, Halloween is a time of celebration & superstition.• It resulted from a mix of Native American and European autumn traditions: storytelling, dancing, parties, games, art and foods of the season.
    • 5. Food and Drink!
    • 6. Eat some Candy Corn
    • 7. or Pumpkin Seeds
    • 8. Make Caramel Apples
    • 9. Drink Apple Cider
    • 10. Halloween Activities!
    • 11. Go on a hayride
    • 12. Visit a corn maze…
    • 13. Make a bonfire
    • 14. What do you do at a bonfire?• Roast marshmallows• Tell ghost stories
    • 15. Enter a haunted house, if you dare.
    • 16. Bob for apples
    • 17. Read spooky stories
    • 18. Watch horror films
    • 19. Stay up verrry late!
    • 20. Arts, crafts and decorations!
    • 21. Make a scarecrow• Ordinary clothes• Stuff body with hay, newspaper or leaves
    • 22. • Give him/her a face and a name!
    • 23. • Enter your scarecrow in a contest…
    • 24. or put them in front of the house.
    • 25. Decorate the house with spider webs…
    • 26. bats…
    • 27. black cats…
    • 28. ghosts… BOO!
    • 29. Hang some skeletons…
    • 30. a witch, her hat & broom too! Crash!
    • 31. Place a tombstone…May they Rest In Peace!
    • 32. Pumpkins!Pumpkins!Pumpkins!
    • 33. Pumpkins…• are the official fruit of Halloween• in superstition, as lanterns, welcome good spirits and protect against malevolent ones.
    • 34. Pick a pumpkin… at a pumpkin patch.
    • 35. Carve it…
    • 36. Give it eyes, a nose, a mouth… then put a candle inside.
    • 37. Now it’s a Jack-O-Lantern!
    • 38. Be creative! Watch it glow!
    • 39. World Record Pumpkin 2009 pounds/ 911 kilos• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6WnNeRk5o4&feature=relmfu
    • 40. Giant Pumpkin Regatta• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCqkHomnbHU&feature=related• 3:12
    • 41. Trick or Treat?
    • 42. What’s trick-or-treating?• On October 31, people once thought that they would encounter ghosts if they left their home…
    • 43. • So, people wore masks and dressed up in costumes.• That way, the ghosts wouldn’t recognize them.• People also offered treats to the ghosts.
    • 44. • Today, kids still follow this tradition. They go trick-or- treating.• They dress up, carry a bag, and go from house to house, requesting a treat from neighbors.
    • 45. • When the door opens the kids repeat, “Trick or treat!” They receive a treat
    • 46. So, choose a mask…
    • 47. paint your face...
    • 48. put on a wig…
    • 49. or dress up in a costume...
    • 50. Now, go trick-or-treating!
    • 51. Halloween is a time for… What else can you think of?
    • 52. Be yourself……or someone else
    • 53. Have aHappyHalloween!