Halloween also uses costumes. Many kids pick out what they want to people for Halloween. This can be anything, such as Katniss Everdeen from the Hunger Games to a vampire or zombie. All of these things make the holidays similar, but they aren’t the same. These next things make Halloween and Dia de los Muertos different.
There are many differences between el Día de los muertos and Halloween. One of these differences being the mood of the holiday. Halloween is dark and scary holiday, while el Día de los muertos is a joyful holiday. During el Día de los muertos, families buy foods to honor their lost loved ones. During halloween in contrast, candy is handed out to kids.
I make sure I spend time with my friends and family. Recently, every Christmas I do a gift exchange with my friends. We all go shopping, and then return to someone’s house to exchange presents. We bake cookies and watch Christmas movies too. I visit my grandparents and cousins over Christmas break also.
Parents that put their needs and wants before their child and did not care if they had a good Christmas or not. If that is not selfish than I don’t know what is. It had a big impact on me and I wanted to start giving back to my community. I gave kids a Christmas that their parents could not afford. I went to churches, thrift stores, hospitals and knocked on my neighbors do to pass out toys.
BA HUMBUG!!!!! Was all that Mr Scrooge said about Christmas, but that all changed one fateful night when spirits came to visit him. There are many differences between the drama and movie of “The Christmas Carol”. As a class we read the drama than watched the movie. I realized that there were several similarities and differences.
Americans also got seriously innovative when it came to the ambience in Christmas time. They created even fake snow for indoor trees and atmosphere with cotton. How effort you put in when it comes to Christmas traditions in comparison to this? The pickle of Christmas Christmas pickle food decoder There is an actual Christmas pickle tradition in America. And it still persists in some parts of the country.
Halloween is a holiday that is originally believed to have started with Celtic origins as the holiday Samhain in which people would “light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts” 1. The tradition of lighting bonfires has ceased in the modern day but the practice of wearing costumes is still popular and is what Halloween is known for around the world. In America, people associate Halloween with the practice of trick-or-treating in which kids go knock on doors around their neighborhoods saying “trick-or-treat!” in the hope that they will receive candy. The way the tradition goes is that if the kids don’t receive candy (treats) then instead they will do some sort of prank (tricks) as a punishment for them not receiving candy however this
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Now this is what we call ‘playing your cards right’. Halloween also happens to be the day most photographs are taken. Parents take pictures of their kids in various costumes and save them to cherish it in the future. But not all pictures are taken from professional cameras with most of them captured using simple hand held phones having low resolution. So how do you ensure that your photographs look great even when you look at them many years from now?
This year we made tamales. At midnight we like to open our presents. After we open our presents we like to say thank you to everyone who gave us something this year. What I don 't like about this tradition is that sometimes people leave early and we don 't get to open