Quiz Sheets in the Halloween Category

Boo! Halloween, which was once known as All Hallows' Eve, is the day before All Saints Day. Halloween is celebrated on October 31. It wasn't until the 20th century that Halloween became a mainstream tradition in North America. Today, Halloween is associated with symbols and traditions such as pumpkins, ghosts, witches, cats, and of course large bags of candy, collected during trick or treating.

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  • Letter Share Quiz (7 words)
    Example: Who were the Astronaut Pilots of Apollo 11: Buzz Aldrin and Niel Amrstong, What was Apollo 11's mission?: Go to the moon and collect lunar material, What is the name of the lake with the Plum Orchard?: Lake Ontario, What is grown in a Tree Orchard?: Fruit and Nuts
    Created 2018-10-06
  • Disk (7 words)
    Example: Mememdmxmsms: , Dmmdm: , Emmeme: , Msmsdm:
    Created 2013-10-07
  • History of Halloween (5 words)
    Example: Druids: Celtic priests, All Hallows Eve: celebrated on October 31, the night before All-hallowmas, Samhain: ancient Celtic festival to celebrate end of the harvest, Pomona: festival to honor the Roman goddess of fruit and trees
    Created 2013-09-28

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