Monday, 3 November 2014


We celebrated Halloween in our class on Friday.Our teacher has collected a lot of decorations over the years. We decorated the class and did Halloween crafts and filled in a workbook our teacher made us.

Instead of trick-or-treating for sweets, we swapped compliments written on little papers shaped like pumpkins and haunted houses and put them in our specially decorated brown paper bags.
Instructions for lunch were to only bring orange and black foods and drinks.


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