Masks up! It's probably one of the funniest and most memorable day of the year for kids !
On Oct. 21 ,our primary school pupils had so much fun learning about the spookiest holiday, decorating our classroom doors, the yard, art & crafts, and ultimately ending this 1st period with a marvelous parade in the primary playground celebrating this holiday with classmates and family members who came to watch the parade.
later on, kindergarten pupils sang some songs in English and in French for the parents.
Halloween itself was first celebrated in the 1500s, but was not celebrated throughout the U.S. as we know it until the late 19th century. We can immediately see the influences these celebrations have had on our acknowledged Halloween: dressing up in costumes, bonfires, the spooky beliefs of ghosts and creatures of the underworld, honoring the dead, and sharing candy with family and friends.
"Double, Double Toil and Trouble. Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble" - William Shakespear