Did you know that Halloween has its true origins in Celtic’s festival of Samhaim, whose original spelling was Samuin (pronounced sow-an or sow-in) and originally meant “Summer’s end”?
Yes, once more you are right: Samhaim or Halloween were and still are pagan celebrations realated to nature.
How much do you know about it? Will you dare to do a terrible quiz?
a). Just ask the pumpkins.
b). Take a guess.
b.1.- When a witch lands, where does she park?
b.2.- What happens when a flying witch breaks the sound barrier?
b.3.- What’s worse than being a 1000-pound witch?
b.4.- What do you call an overgrown vampire?
b.5.- Why did the vampire eat a lightbulb?
b.6.- What’s a ghost favourite sandwich?
b.7.- What did the witch eat at the beach?
b.8.- How did the bat learn to fly?
b.9.- What kind of pants do ghosts wear?
b.10.- Where does Dracula keep his money?
b.11.- What does a vampire do when he has cold?
b.12.- Why didn’t the skeleton cross the road?
b.13.- Why did the cat cross the road?
b.14.- What did the ghost say when she bumped her knee?
b.15.- What do Italian ghosts have for dinner?
b.16.- What is a ghost’s favourite midnight snack?
b.17.- Did you hear about the monsters that got engaged?
b.18.- Baby monster… “Mum, I don’t like dad…”
b.19.- What do you do when a ghost sits in front of you at the cinema?
b.20.- What did the black cat call the mouse on roller skates?
c). Have you got an ear for rhymes? Do your best.
c.1.- A witch pet’s that rhymes with rat
c.2.- A scary thing that rhymes with toast
c.3.- A monster that rhymes with tummy
c.4.- A funny person that rhymes with down
c.5.- What a witch rides that rhymes with room
c.6.- What kids say that rhyme with meat
c.7.- Who makes a web and rhymes with wider
d.) Some crafts suggestions for the artists now.
Click on the right monster for you and read the instructions.
You know you can design your own monster.