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Halloween Around the World

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  • 1. Halloween
    Aroundtheworld
  • 2. Japan
    O Bon
    13th to 15th July
    Konnichiwa. I’m Kiki and I’m from Tokyo in Japan. In Japan we celebrate O-Bon festival on 13th to 15th of July. This is our Halloween.
  • 3. Japan
    Ancestors
    my mother’sgrandparents.
    lanterns
    fruit
    cake
    grave
    We remember our ancestors. On the first day of O-Bon we put fruit, cakes and lanterns on the graves of our dead family members
  • 4. Japan
    Cucumberhorses
    O Bon vegetables
    On the second day, we eat vegetables and cucumber horses.
  • 5. Japan
    On the third day, hundreds of people do a very slow dance at night with lanterns. O Bon is a happy festival in Japan.
  • 6. The USA
    Halloween
    31st October
    Higuys! I’mJoeand I’mfromNew York in the USA. In my country Halloweenis popular witheveryone! It’son 31st October..
  • 7. The USA
    vampire
    werewolf
    Witch’scostume
    Ghostcostume
    I wear a differentHalloweencostumeeveryyearbecause I loveallthescarycreatures of Halloween. Lastyear I was a vampire. ThisyearI’mgoingtobe a werewolf.
  • 8. The USA
    Treat - chocolate
    Trick – scaryface
    and scarynoise
    Trick-or-Treat
    Wevisitourneighbours’ houses and askfor a trickor a treat. It’scalledtrick-or-treating. Weusuallyget a treatbutifwedon’t, wescareourneighbours. Halloweenisscary and fun!
  • 9. Mexico
    The Day of the Dead
    2nd November
    Hola. I’mAngel and I’mfromMexico City. In MexicowecelebrateTheDay of theDeadon 2nd November.
  • 10. Mexico
    grave
    picnic
    Wehave picnic lunchesonthe graves of ourdeadfamilymembers. Itisis a daytorememberourfamily and we are happy and celebrate.
  • 11. Mexico
    make bread
    skeleton
    skull and candles
    Wemake bread in theshape of a skullora skeleton and putthemaroundthe grave of ourdeadfamily
  • 12. Mexico
    Can I havesomemoneyplease?
    bonfire
    fireworks
    Thechildrenaskformoney. Peoplehavebonfires and fireworks. TheDay of theDeadisn’tscary– itishappy and fun!.
  • 13. Ireland
    Halloween
    31st October
    DiaDhuit. I’mBriana and I’mfrom Cork in Ireland. Irelandwasthefirst country tocelebrateHalloween 2000 yearsago
  • 14. Ireland
    turnip
    Halloweencostumes
    bonfire
    Jack o’Lantern
    fireworks
    Wepracticesome of theancienttraditions. Wemake a Jack o’lanternfrom a turnip and put a candle in it. Wealsohave a bonfire and fireworks. WewearHalloweencostumes and eatlots of chocolate. Wegotrickortreating.
  • 15. Ireland
    Most of thetraditionsfromEngland and America are fromIrelandbecausewecelebratedHalloweenfirst. I loveHalloweenbecauseit’sscary and exciting! It’spart of ourhistory and culture.

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