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  • Pumpkin

Wednesday, 31 October 2018

Halloween, also known as All Hallows' Eve and has been celebrated for more than a millennium. Its origin dates back to the observation of the Celtic festival Samhain on the last day of October.

In the classroom: There are loads of activities that one could use to engage children with Halloween. Start with scoilnet's themepage. Use the Halloween themepage to discover more about the origins and traditions associated with Halloween and in particular how it was celebrated in Ireland.




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