Xyntaraki – Halloween 2018

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To make blood run cold!

On the eve of All Saints, on the night of October 31, Halloween is celebrated. It is a development of the ancient Celtic festival of the somhain, the god of the underworld.

The celebration of Halloween is associated with supernatural activity. Many cultural traditions consider this day as one of the few days that contact with the underworld, the spirit world, can be achieved.

The disguise of small children in something scary is also based on this fact. Children also visit homes for pranks or treats, known as “trick or treat”.

We enjoy every moment and incorporate everything into our teaching.

Inspired by the celebration of Halloween, every year at the end of October learning becomes boo-tiful and everything is taught fantastically.

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