Presentation on theme: "What you should know about Hallowe’en!. On October 31 we celebrate Halloween, thought to be the one night of the year, when ghosts, witches and fairies."— Presentation transcript:
What you should know about Hallowe’en!
On October 31 we celebrate Halloween, thought to be the one night of the year, when ghosts, witches and fairies are especially active.
In the United States children wear costumes and masks and go trick-or- treating.
Many of them carve jack-o'- lanterns out of pumpkins.
Fortunetelling and storytelling about ghosts and witches are popular activities.
The main Halloween activity for children is trick-or- treating.
Children dress in costumes and masks and go from door to door saying "trick or treat".
The neighbours give children such treats as candy, fruit and pennies so that children do not play tricks on them.
1. Name of an Irish man thought to have roamed the earth looking for a place to rest. 2. American festivity we celebrate in October, 31st. 3. It appears at night. Once a month we can see a full _____. 4. It is orange. You can carve it and light it for your Halloween parties. 5. She is an old, ugly lady. She casts spells. 6. It is an animal. It's the best friend of the witches. 7. Trick or _____. 8. It is white. It lives in a castle and it can go through walls. 9. Witches ride on a _____.