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HALLOWEEN

halloweenEach year Halloween is celebrated on 31 st October in many countries around the world. Children dress up as scary characters and go trick-or-treating, which involves visiting different houses in their neighbourhood, accompanied by an adult, and asking for sweats or treats. People often go to parties dressed as scary characters, too. Typical costumes might include witches, wizards, ghosts, black cats and mummies.

HALLOWEEN ACTIVITIES

October 31st is Halloween. Are you ready to scare and get scared? We bring you some activities, prepare yourself for the party!!

Haunted houseFun games
Dare you enter the Haunted House? Can you find the things you need for your magic spell?
Haunted house

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Trick or treat? Can you match the spooky Halloween words and creatures?
Halloween

EsqueletoSongs
Is a skeleton scary? Or is a skeleton just like you?
The scary skeleton

EASTER EGG

Easter-Eggs1Eggs are traditionally a symbol of fertility and rebirth. Engraved ostrich eggs thought to be 60.000 years old have been found in Africa, demonstrating that the practice of decorating eggs dates back many thousands of years. Modern-day Easter eggs are normally made of chocolate and are often hidden for children to find on Easter egg hunt.

 

 

 

Saint Patrick’s Day

st-patricks-day-pictures_1424918411Saint Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick (c. AD 385–461), the foremost patron saint of Ireland.The day commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. Celebrations generally involve public parades and festivals and the wearing of green attire or shamrocks, the symbol of Ireland (ST Patrick is said to have used it to explain the Christian Trinity to pagans).
El Día de San Patricio se celebra anualmente el 17 de marzo para conmemorar el fallecimiento de San Patricio (385-461), Santo patrón de Irlanda. El día conmemora la llegada del cristianismo a Irlanda. Las celebraciones incluyen desfiles y festivales y la gente se viste de verde ,con tos tìpicos tréboles verdes, el símbolo de Irlanda (se cree que San Patricio usaba los tréboles para explicar la Santísima Trinidad a los paganos).