HALLOWEEN. HALLOWEEN HISTORY. Halloween is short for “All Hallows Eve” It is celebrated around the world on October 31 st , the eve of the Western Christian Feast of “All Hallows”
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Children go from door to
door collecting candy
How do they do it?
First, they ring the boor bell or
knock. When the neighbor opens
the door, the children say:
“Trick or Treat!”
Then the neighbors give them candy! If they don’t they might get tricked!
…toilet paper all over the house and trees!
At the end of Trick or Treating, children have huge bags full of candy, sweets, and money!
A Jack O’Lantern is a pumpkin with a face that someone has carved into it.
A candle is put inside so that the Jack O’Lantern glows at night.
It’s the most popular Halloween decoration.
There are ghosts, vampires, witches, monsters and more scary things in haunted houses!
On Halloween, people also decorate their houses with decorations.
. . . or drinking hot apple cider.