domingo, 15 de octubre de 2017

HALLOWEEN



    Siempre, al llegar estas fechas suelo ver con mis alumnos y alumnas esta obra maestra de la animación: "La leyenda de Sleepy Hollow" de Disney. No nos cansamos de disfrutar con las aventuras de Ichabot, ese maestro de una escuela rural, con el que por cierto, me siento bastante identificado.
    Gracias por vuestra visita y os deseo un HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

La Leyenda de Sleepy Hollow 


    Halloween is here!!!  Get ready to enjoy this festivity with us.  Enjoy the activities below and...beware of the creatures!!!





   

     Check the videos created by our school: Colegio Público Rural "Almazara" in Jubrique and Genalguacil. This is how we live Halloween in our school.

    CLICK HERE




   
Enter Wanda's house and learn about Halloween. English vocabulary, Halloween history and tradition...




HALLOWEEN ACTIVITIES: Pictures, flashcards, games...
fantasma halloween orientacion andujar

 VOCABULARY
Halloween Noche de Brujas
bat murciélago
black cat gato negro
candy caramelos
cobweb telaraña
costume disfraz
devil diablo
ghost fantasma
haunted house casa embrujada
magic magia
monster monstruo
mummy momia
pumpkin calabaza
skeleton esqueleto
spell hechizo
spider araña
vampire vampiro
witch bruja
wizard brujo, mago


HALLOWEEN WORD SEARCH



TRANSILMANIA
 Ayuda a este vampiro tan especial a defendeer su castillo.
 


 Halloween traditions
  • It's celebrated on October 31st. When the Celts lived in Ireland, Britain and France over 2,000 years ago, they had a pagan agricultural festival on this day. They believed that the dead came back, so they used to light large bonfires to ward off evil spirits. Irish, Scots and other immigrants brought this tradition to North America in the 19th century.

  • The word "Halloween" is a shortened form of "All Hallows' Eve", meaning the evening before "All Hallows' Day" or "All Saints' Day", which is November 1st.
    Trick or treat!
  • In the past, poor people went around asking for food in exchange of a prayer for the dead. Nowadays, this tradition was changed. In Ireland and the United States, children dress up and go door-to-door collecting candy. This is called "trick or treat", meaning that if they don't receive candy they will make a trick or a spell.

  • The carved pumpkin has become the symbol of Halloween. It's called "Jack-o-lantern", from an IrishJack-o-lantern legend about a man called Jack. He was a lazy farmer, who tricked the devil and refused to free him unless he agreed to never let Jack go into hell. So, Jack started to wander the Earth looking for a resting place, carrying a carved turnip with a candle inside.


EL SECUESTRADOR DE HALLOWEEN
A continuación os dejo con una producción del Ayuntamiento de Genalguacil en la que alumnado de nuestro colegio y.....yo mismo, interpretamos una inquietante historia que tiene lugar una noche de Halloween...



THE HAUNTED HOUSE SONG

 

KNOCK NOCK TRICK OR TREAT

 

FIVE LITTLE PUMPKINS


 

POCOYO HAPPY HALLOWEEN



POCOYO HALLOWEEN SPECIAL


 

DONALD DUCK TRICK OR TREAT