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Halloween in our school (Romania) November 7, 2009

Filed under: Halloween — LL @ 6:58 pm

Here are a few photos of our Halloween party at school. We organized it as part of our extra-curricular activity in English.

The older pupils presented a few things about Halloween to the younger ones in both English and Romanian.



We also brought sweets and juice at school and had prizes for the best Halloween costumes and the best Jack O’Lantern.

Liliana&the kids

 

5 Responses to “Halloween in our school (Romania)”

  1. Gina Says:

    Hi Liliana!
    How long have I heard you! But from your wonderful post I think everything is well,isn’t it?I liked the costumes, the Jack O’ Lanterns, the colours and especially the idea of a party at school to let the kids practice English. Well done!
    GINA

  2. Liliana&the kids Says:

    Thanks a lot, Gina! Indeed, it’s been a long time, but that’s because we’ve been so busy. We’ve just arrived from a Comenius mobility in Turkey which was really great and impressive, but we needed a lot of time to get ready for it.
    You can see photos from our trip to Turkey on our school’s blog: http://scoalacomanesti.blogspot.com.

  3. Gina Says:

    I’ve just seen your comenius’ photos: great! Compliments!

  4. Marie-France Says:

    I am impressed by your kids’creativity. They have done a fantastic job for Halloween. Congratulations to you all.
    Marie-France🙂

  5. Liliana&the kids Says:

    Thanks a lot, Marie! The Halloween party is already a tradition in our school, even if it’s not a Romanian celebration.
    Liliana


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