Halloween takes

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Halloween takes

Halloween takes

Halloween takes place every year on October 31st. Although the origins of the holiday can be attributed to ancient Celtic culture, the celebration is now observed in many parts of the world and is particularly popular in the United States. Today, the most popular Halloween activities include dressing up in costumes, carving pumpkins into jack o' lanterns, going trick-or-treating, and watching scary movies.

In class this week, we discussed a bit of the history of Halloween as well as the traditions we have in the United States. Halloween costumes were traditionally frightening (think: witches, mummies, and zombies) but today can be anything! You can wear something silly (like a hot dog suit) or even dress up as your favorite TV show character (like Eleven from Stranger Things). While kids wear their costumes to go trick-or-treating, adults display theirs at costume parties with their friends and family.

Unfortunately, we will be unable to maintain many traditions this year due to COVID, but we still had a ton of fun singing, dancing, and playing in class! We learned some choreography to the Halloween classic called The Monster Mash, sang along with a Halloween version of Baby Shark, and played some spooky Halloween games. The PowerPoint presentation we used in class is linked below.

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October 2, 2021
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