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HALLOWEEN

Page history last edited by Verónica 9 years, 2 months ago

October 31st: Happy Halloween!

 

1) WHERE DOES HALLOWEEN COME FROM?

 http://abcteach.com/free/r/rc_elementary_halloween_origins.pdf

 

 

2)Match the spooky Halloween words with the creatures.

 http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/language-games/find-the-pairs/halloween

 

 

3)GAMES.http://www.its-teachers.com/activities/halloween.asp

 

 

Comments (2)

Jessica Lanterman said

at 7:10 pm on Nov 1, 2011

Nice page! Great Halloween links!

My students would like to know if anyone celebrates Halloween or Día de Los Muertos in Argentina.

Many of my students in Sapulpa, Oklahoma dressed up in costumes and went Trick-or-Treating with their younger family members on Monday night for Halloween.

Verónica said

at 10:16 am on Nov 2, 2011

Thanks Jessica!
Unfortunately, it is not so common to celebrate Halloween here so the only place where we can celebrate it, is at English Institutes.Children dress up in costumes and there are games, music and costumes parades. There are even prizes for the winners!

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