Halloween is traditionally said to be the night on which ghosts and witches can be seen.
On that night people -specially children- dress up with witches’ hats, Dracula’s, cloaks, frightening masks, etc.
to scare their family and friends.
They make a lantern cutting the shape of a face from a hollow pumpkin.
Then they light a candle inside it and put the lantern in the window. Also they play traditional games like
“bobbing apples” and “trick or treat”.
DO YOU WANT TO KNOW LOTS OF THINGS ABOUT HALLOWEEN?
(origins, tradition, characters, recipes, vocabulary…)
Come on! Click on the picture and learn so much!
This witch will teach you some Halloween vocabulary!
It’s important you listen to it and then try to repeat.
Learn new vocabulary for Halloween !
The haunted house
Bob the dog has run off into a big, old, scary house.Can the children find Bob?
The magic spell
Billy and Tom are playing. They’re pretending to be wizards
and they are making a magic spell.
Will the magic spell work?
A PUMPKIN, PUMPKIN STORY
A SHORT STORY BOOK FOR LITTLE KIDS TO REVIEW THE VOCABULARY!
IT’S HALLOWEEN TIME!
FIND THE HALLOWEEN CREATURES
There are six rooms in this house. You need to find something in each room. Read and listen to the clue for each room. The clue talks about an object. Can you find the object? Click on it, and you will get a surprise! Remember! Find one object in each room.
What is Hidden Behind the Door?
PAINT IT! The Magic Spell
DESIGN YOUR JACK-O LANTERN
HALLOWEEN INTERACTIVE BOOK
THE SKY IS BLUE, THE SKY IS GREEN.
HAVE YOU GOT A PENNY
WITCHES, WITCHES CAN BE SEEN.
TRICK OR TREAT? TRICK OR TREAT?
GIVE US SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT.
GIVE ME A SUGAR, GIVE ME A SWEET.
THAT’S THE HALLOWEEN
FOR YOU AND FOR ME.
Trick or treat? Can you match the spooky Halloween words and creatures?
The scary skeleton
Is a skeleton scary? Or is a skeleton just like you?
THE SKELETON DANCE
A HALLOWEEN SONG
FIVE LITTLE PUMPKINS STORY
A DARK, DARK TALE
LET’S LEARN SOME HALLOWEEN VOCABULARY!
Jack-o’-Lantern Oranges Recipe
- 8 small navel oranges
- 1 small apple, chopped
- 1/2 cup halved seedless red grapes
- Slivered almonds and whole cloves
- Choose which side of each orange will be the jack-o’-lantern’s face; cut a thin slice from the bottom of each so that it rests flat. Cut another small slice from the top. Spoon out pulp. Chop pulp and combine with apple and grapes; set aside.
- Cut faces as desired; decorate with cloves and almonds. Spoon fruit mixture into jack-o’-lanterns.
ACTIVITIES ABOUT HALLOWEEN.
YOU’LL FIND DIFFERENT LEVELS.
CLICK ON THE PICTURES BELOW AND HAVE A GOOD TIME PLAYING DIFFERENT GAMES!
HALLOWEEN APPLE BOBBING SONG