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Halloween An American Tradition
What is Halloween? ¨Hallows' Eve¨ or ¨Holy Eve¨ 31st of OctoberCelebrated the night before “All Saints Day” A day to remember the dead
Where did Halloween start?Traditions started when the Irish and Scottish immigrated to North America in the 18th century
Who celebrates Halloween?United States The holiday is spreading to … South America Europe Asia
Why do Americans celebrate Halloween?To have FUN! To dress up! To eat candy!
Traditions Trick or Treat: Children dress up Ring doorbellSay trick or treat “Trick or treat, give me something good to eat!”
Traditions Haunted Houses:
Traditions Pumpkin Carving
Halloween: Trick or Treat! October 31 st Children & adults.
Halloween. The History of Halloween Comes from the pagan holiday Samhain Comes from the pagan holiday Samhain Ancient festival celebrated by the Celts.
A Holiday in October. Halloween is celebrated on October 31 st. Many other countries in Europe and around the world celebrate Halloween.
Welcome to Halloween continue on … if you dare! Will this be a trick, or a treat? Maybe both!
HALLOWEE N. WHEN? The holiday is celebrated on October 31.
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Halloween is celebrated in America on the 31 st of October. It is a Christian festival originally called All Hallows Eve. It is the night before All Saints.
H OW I T S TARTED 2000 years ago there was a Celtic festival called Samhain ( Sow-an ) on November 1 st Samhain means Summer’s End. On the night.
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Hallowe’en is an annual holiday which is celebrated on October 31st.
Halloween Halloween is a North American tradition that takes place on October 31 st. Many people carve pumpkins and put them in a window or in front of.
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Happy Halloween Halloween On October 31st, the night before All Saints’Day, the ghosts of the dead play tricks on the living … AAARGH !!!!!!
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Halloween is traditionally celebrated on the night of 31st October, the night before All Saint’s Day. Halloween is based on an ancient Celtic holiday.
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