Traditions across Europe-an eTwinning project

“Science and technology revolutionize our lives, but memory, TRADITION and myth frame our response.” (Arthur Schlesinger Jr.)

Happy Halloween from Romania! October 30, 2010

Filed under: Halloween — LL @ 11:17 pm

Happy Halloween everybody!

Liliana&the kids



Filed under: Halloween — Gina @ 11:10 pm

Just to wish you: HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Solo per augurarvi: FELICE HALLOWEEN!

Classe 2^B -Scuola Primaria “A. Ciancia”- Francavilla in Sinni (PZ) – Italia


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


How children in England Celebrate Halloween November 4, 2009

Filed under: Halloween — philjohnson @ 9:29 pm

In this way our children celebrate Halloween!


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Class 5 – Churchfields Primary School -Chesterton, Newcastle-under-Lyme – UK


Halloween Preparations

Filed under: Halloween — Gina @ 8:59 pm

Happy Halloween!

Classe 1^B- Scuola Primaria “A. Ciancia”-Francavilla in Sinni (PZ) Italia


Halloween celebrated in our school November 5, 2008

Here are some photos from our Halloween party at school. Halloween is not part of our tradition, but lots of young people celebrate it. It is more an opportunity to go out with their friends and do something different from their day-to-day life.

Pumpkins, costumes and lots of fun:

Apple bobbing:

Liliana&the kids


Treat or Trick! October 31, 2008

Filed under: Halloween,Old traditions — ivasil @ 2:29 pm
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Here are some photos from he Halloween in our school. As I have already told you, this is not a Romanian holiday, but it’s a nice opportunity to have fun: pupils dress up, have contests, play games. The kids you see are from the 6C and the 7A grades. Obviously, they had a great time!