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Fireworks can be Dangerous. You should under no circumstances touch a firework. You should never get near to a firework. Even when it hasn’t gone off. Do not stay near a firework when you have lit it – It may hurt you badly!. Game. Cassi 5AS. Why do we celebrate bonfire night?. Peoww !.

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Fireworks can be dangerous
Fireworks can be Dangerous

  • You should under no circumstances touch a firework.

  • You should never get near to a firework. Even when it hasn’t gone off.

  • Do not stay near a firework when you have lit it – It may hurt you badly!

Game

Cassi5AS


Why do we celebrate bonfire night
Why do we celebrate bonfire night?

Peoww!

  • Bonfire Night is held in Britain on 5th November. It celebrates the defeat of a conspiracy to blow up the Houses of Parliament with the then king, James I, in it. Bonfire Night is celebrated with bonfires and fireworks.

Blast!

Sizzle!!


Who was guy fawkes
Who was Guy Fawkes?

Guy Fawkes

  • Fawkes was born in York in on April 13th, 1570. His father was called Edward and his mother was called Edith.

  • On 5th November 1605, two years after the death of Queen Elizabeth I, soldiers discovered a man called Guy Fawkes in a cellar under the Houses of Parliament. With him were at least twenty barrels of gunpowder. Guy Fawkes was arrested and tortured. At last he gave way and told his torturers about a plot to blow up Parliament, together with the King, James I, his Ministers and Members of Parliament.


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