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1 ESCOLA MONTSENY 2011-2012


·Presentation...............Page 1 ·What is Halloween?............ Pages 2-3 ·Costumes for Halloween............ Pages 4-19 ·Entertainment Activities........... Pages 20-24 ·Arts and Crafts Ending................... Page 25

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Hello! We are the students from 6th grade and we want to welcome you to the Halloween magazine! On Thursday 27th of October we celebrated Halloween in the school. It was raining. We got dressed as zombies, witches, ghosts and as the monster of Frankenstein. We also made up and we used artificial blood. It was half past two. Later on, we gave sweets to children. We started by the primary building and we continued on P3. Only Lluna, Erica and David entered in the class of P3 because otherwise children would be scared. When we went to P5 a girl cried because she was very scared!! We enjoyed very much. It was very funny!! During this month we’ve done this Halloween magazine with the help of all students from the school, so we want to give thanks to all Primary grades:

THANK YOU AND HOPE YOU LIKE IT! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!

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WHAT IS HALLOWEEN? Girls and boys of 5th grade have been looking for some information about Halloween. Here you are all they have found about this celebration, its origin and history. Enjoy it!! El mot Halloween fa referència a la festivitat tradicional heretada de les celebracions d’origen celta que tan ràpidament s’ha estès per tot el món i en especial pel països anglosaxons. Fa molts segles, a Bretanya, Escòcia i Irlanda, el dia 31 d’octubre es celebrava la festivitat de Samhain, (déu dels morts que significa “final d’estiu”), i que coincidia amb el darrer dia de l’any segons els antics calendaris celtes. Aquell dia s’encenien grans fogueres sobre les muntanyes per foragitar els esperits malignes. Es creia que les ànimes dels morts, acompanyades de bruixes i esperits, visitaven les seves antigues cases per intentar trobar un cos on habitar. Per evitar que durant aquella nit els esperits no pertorbessin els habitants de les cases posaven tantes espelmes a les finestres de les cases com difunts hi hagués a la família. Així s’asseguraven que els esperits no els molestessin. Així mateix, la gent no encenia cap llum i es vestia de bruixa i dimoni perquè cap ànima volgués habitar els seus cossos.

Originàriament, no només els esperits dels difunts eren lliures de vagar per la terra la nit de Halloween, sinó tota classe d’ens procedents de tots els regnes espirituals. Entre aquests, n’hi havia un terriblement malèvol que deambulava per pobles i llogarets anant de casa en casa demanant “trick or treat” -que s’ha traduït per “truc o tracte”-, tot i que no es tractava d’un truc pròpiament sinó més aviat d’un ensurt o broma. La llegenda assegura que el millor era fer tracte, sense importar el cost que aquest tingués , doncs no pactar amb aquest esperit, que rebia el nom de Jack O’Lantern (tradicionals carbasses de Halloween), podia implicar que aquest ens fes servir els seus poders per fer “truc” que consistia en maleir la casa i als seus habitants provocant-los tota classe d’infortunis i llençantlos tota mena de malediccions com per exemple: fer emmalaltir els membres de la família, matar bestiar amb alguna epidèmica o fins i tot, cremar l’habitatge. Com a protecció sorgí la idea de crear en les carabasses formes horribles per així foragitar-los i evitar trobar-se amb l’espectre.

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A finals del segle XIX aquesta festivitat arribà als Estats Units de mans de la població immigrant irlandesa que fugia de la gran fam del seu país. Ara bé, la internalització d’Halloween es va produir durant les dècades 70 i 80 del segle XX gràcies al cinema i a les sèries televisives. Concretament, el 1978 s’estrenà als EUA “La nit de Halloween” de John Carpenter, una pel!lícula ambientada en la vigília de Tots Sants i que va suposar un referent per al cinema de terror. Avui en dia, aquesta festivitat és una de les dates més importants del calendari festiu nord-americà i canadenc. A Europa són moltes les ciutats on els joves han decidit importar la manera com als EEUU celebren Halloween i això resulta fàcil gràcies a l’enorme desplegament comercial i publicitari d’aquesta celebració. La canalla i el jovent es disfressen per a l’ocasió i passegen pels carrers demanant dolços de porta en porta. Després de trucar a la porta, pronuncien la frase: “trick or treat”.

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Black hat £ 4.28 " 5,00

Long purple and red dress £ 12.84 " 15,00

Jeans £ 12.84 " 15,00

Black trainers £ 12.16 " 14,20

She is wearing a long black hat, a long purple and red dress, jeans and black trainers. She is wearing a long curly black wig. She has got a broom. Her lips are painted with a black lipstick.

Complements: ! A broom ! Black lipstick ! A long curly black wig

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Leather black waistcoat #12,85 15"

Black T-shirt # 1,71 2"

Leather black mini skirt #12,85 15"

Black leggings #4,27 5" Black boots #17,22 20"

Complements: ! Black wig ! White and black make up.

She’s wearing a leather black waistcoat, a blak T-shirt, a leather black mini skirt, black leggings and black boots. She’s wearing a long, curly, black wig. She has got her face painted with white and black make up. We use the black one for the eyes shadow.

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Courdory  green  jacket  

 £  26.16 30.44  

Old  white  T-­shirt   £  5.67 6.6

Black  Jeans  

 £  13.06 15.02

Black  Shoes

 £  8.71 10.14

COMPLEMENTS: Make  up    (stick) Two  screws/corks    

He  is  wearing  a  curdory  blue  jacket,  an  old  white  T-­shirt,  wide  black  jeans  and  black  trainers. He  is  wearing  two  corks  around  his  neck. His  face  is  painted  as  the  monster  of  Frankenstein.  We  use  a  red  lipstick  for  the  mouth,  and  a  black  stick  for  the   scars  in  the  forehead  and  in  his  check.

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Old black T-shirt £6,87 8"

Black trousers £12,89 15 "

White socks £1,72 2"

Shoes £12,89 15 "

COMPLEMENTS: ! Plastic snakes ! White, red and black make up

He is wearing an old black T-shirt, black trousers, white socks and grey shoes. He has got white and black make up for the face and eyes shadows, and red make up for the blood. He has got plastic snakes on his hand.

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White sheet £ 8.56 10 "

White tights £ 4.28 5.00 "

COMPLEMENTS: NONE

He is wearing a white sheet with two holes for the eyes, and white tights. He doesn’t need complements.

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He is wearing a long black dress and black shoes. He is wearing a red belt. He is wearing a red collar behind the head and a cloak. He has got vampire teeth. His face is painted with white make-up. We simulate the blood with red make-up.

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She is wearing a long and black hat, a long, red and purple dress, black boots. She is wearing a long black wig. She has got a broom. Her lips are painted with a black lipstick.

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Courdory blue jacket. £ 15.48 18 "

Grey T-shirt. £6.02 7"

Wide blue jeans. £ 8.60 10 "

Brown trainers £ 6.88 8"

COMPLEMENTS:

- BLACK MAKE-UP - TWO BROWN CORKS - ARTIFICIAL BLOOD

She is wearing a courdory blue jacket, a grey T-shirt, wide blue jeans, and brown trainers. She has got two brown corks around her neck. Her face is painted with artificial blood and with black make up for the scars in the forehead and cheek.

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Old grey T-shirt £ 10.28 12 "

Black and blue jeans £ 17.13 20 "

Broken black shoes £ 8.57 10"

COMPLEMENTS ! Snakes ! White and red make up

She is wearing an old grey T-shirt, black and blue jeans and broken black shoes. She has got some snakes and her face is painted in white and red make up.

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Black and red cloak #16,36 19 "

Long red and black dress # 17,22 20"

Blak Shoes ÂŁ12,81 15"

Complements: ! Vampire teeth ! White make up ! Red lipstick

She’s wearing a black and red cloack, a long black and red dress and black shoes. She is wearing a vampire teeth . Her face is painted like a vampire. We use a red lipstick for the mouth, and white make up for the face.

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Black hat £ 4.28 " 5,00

Long black and yellow dress £ 12.84 " 15,00

Black trousers £ 12.84 " 15,00

White trainers £ 12.16 " 14,20

Complements: ! A broom ! A long curly black wig

She is wearing a long black hat, a long black and yellow dress, black trousers and white trainers. She is wearing a long curly black wig. She has got a broom.

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She’s wearing a leather black waistcoat, a blak T-shirt, a leather black mini skirt and black shoes. She’s wearing a long, curly, black wig. She has got her face painted with white and black make up. We use the black one for the eyes shadow.

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Courdory green jacket £ 26.16 30.44"

Old white T-shirt £ 5.67 6.6"

Black Jeans £ 13.06 15.02"

Black Shoes £ 8.71 10.14"

COMPLEMENTS: ! Two corks ! Red lipstick ! Black make up (a stick)

He is wearing a curdory blue jacket, an old grey T-shirt, wide blue jeans and white trainers. He is wearing two corks around his neck. His face is painted as the monster of Frankenstein. We use a red lipstick for the mouth, and a black stick for the scars in the forehead and in his check.

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A blue T-shirt £4.31 5.00"

Blue jeans £12,92 15.00"

Black shoes £15.50 18.00" COMPLEMENTS: ! Make up: black, white and red.

He is wearing a blue teared T-shirt, dark blue jeans and black shoes. He has got white make up on his face, red make up for the blood and black make up for the eye shadows.

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CROSSWORDS

By Jose and Marc from 4th grade

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SPOT THE 5 DIFFERENCES

Drawing by CĂŠsar and Isabel from 4th grade

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SPOT THE 5 DIFFERENCES

Drawing by Celeste and Erick from 4th grade

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SPOT THE 5 DIFFERENCES

Drawing by Emily and Jaspreet from 4th grade

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SPOT THE 5 DIFFERENCES

Drawing by Lizeth and Jessy from 4th grade

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We end this magazine showing you the amazing art works that children from 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade made using plasticine and recycled cardboard. You can see a castle with some candles, vampires, coffins, mummies, bats and terrific spiders. There is also a ghost, a skeleton on the floor and the big monster called Frankenstein!!

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HALLOWEEN MAGAZINE