Let’s read the text “Where does Halloween come from?”
Answer the questions. What is this story about? –Trick-or-treating. –Ireland and Scotland. –Ghosts. –Where the Halloween tradition comes from.
When did the Celts live in Europe? –20 years ago. –200 years ago. –More than 2000 years ago. –More than 2,000,000 years ago.
Who did the Celts think visited the living on October 31st? –Their relatives. –Spirits of the dead. –Poor people. –Irish people.
Why did the Celts dress in costumes? –It is fun. –To go trick-or-treating. –So spirits would not hurt them. –To scare poor people.
True or false. The modern name of the holiday on the 31st of October is All Saints Day. “Halloween” means “All Hallow’s Eve”. In Ireland and Scotland, people made lanterns of pumpkins. Trick-or-treating comes from an old tradition of giving food to spirits.
Guess: Popular holiday on the last day of October. I spin webs. Animals that sleep upside down. Cats of this color bring bad luck. Clothes worn on Halloween.
I ride on a broom. _ _ _ _ _ or treat! They make a jack-o’-lantern of this. A spirit of a dead.