Halloween is on the 31st October every year and is a time for dressing up and having fun. Dress up as a witch, werewolf, ghost or even a mummy. You may have activities going on at school like apple bobing, making toffee apples or even a fancy dress competition.
It is best known of trick or treat. This is where someone older and responsible takes you round to local houses to knock on the doors. you should be dressed in a scary costume and when someone answers the door you shout "Trick or Treat!". As part of halloween they should either give you a treat or accept a trick.
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In other countries it is also know as also known as Allhalloween, All Hallows' Eve, and All Saints' Eve. It dates back to 1745 which is older than your grandparents!