The word Halloween is a shortening of "All Hallows' Evening" or
"All Hallows' Eve".
This festivity has its origins in an ancient Celtic festival called Samhain that celebrates the end of the harvest season. The ancient Gaels believed that on October 31st, the boundaries between the worlds of the living and the dead overlapped.
HALLOWEEN AT SCHOOL
In Maria Moliner School many activities have been carried out to celebrate Halloween including displays, murals, spooky corners, Art and Craft activities, cinema, reading, songs, cooking, tasting...AND THE TRADITIONAL HALLOWEEN GAMES AND PUMPKIN CARVING!
Here are some creative ideas to carve a pumpkin and some pictures we took!
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