Soon it will be Halloween again, that is why we will give this party extra attention on our site in the coming period! Children usually find it fantastic to celebrate this party! The excitement and sweets! Of course you have to be singing at Halloween! Because without Halloween song, no sweets.
What does the name Halloween mean?
The name "Halloween" is derived from Hallow-e'en, or All Hallows Eve (All Saints Day), the evening before All Saints Day, November 1. In the Celtic calendar the year started on November 1, so October 31 was New Year's Eve. The harvest was then inside, the seeds for the following year were ready and so there was some time for a day off, the Celtic New Year or Samhain (Saun pronunciation, which also became the Irish word for the month of November).
Jack o 'Lantern
In the United States, the party especially started in the second half of the 19th century, when large groups of Irish and Scottish immigrants entered the country. In the US, the famous jack-o'-lantern popped up in this time, a hollowed out pumpkin that looks like a face. This has probably become the most famous symbol of Halloween worldwide.