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Halloween Hugely Celebrated Children’s Holiday

October 31 is the date we eagerly wait to celebrate the big festival Halloween. This is fun because we got to do so many fun yet scary activities. It was accepted that on 31 October, the evil spirits haunted on the Earth. The occasion is likewise called All Hallows' Eve. It is the night before All Saints' Day which is first November.     Spooky Outfits Major Attraction This is the day when children are found wearing spooky outfits. The trick to getting candy and sweets from people. This is a celebration that is celebrated in western countries. Pumpkin Lanterns Children and  grownups  go to parties, wearing a spooky dress make lanterns out of huge carved pumpkins. People visit isolated haunted areas. Where they narrate hunted stories to each other. They even watch horror movies. Northern Europeans individuals began the Halloween celebration more than 2000 years ago. It has been celebrated in America since the nineteenth century. Irish individuals who moved to America pres

Interesting Facts about the Middle East for Kids

The Middle East area is quite confusing for many of us because it includes countries of more than one continent. The continents are Asia, Europe, and Africa. There is a difference in opinions of geographers on which countries should be included in the Middle East region. In general, the following countries are included in the Middle East. Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Egypt, Libya, etc. The term "Middle East" originated from the European people they used to narrate the region around India "the Far East." Thus the countries located in the transcontinental area between Western Asia and Egypt are called the middle east countries.  Interesting Facts about the Middle East 1. The atmosphere is hot and dry. This locale is an antiquated one. Huge numbers of the world's religions started here, including Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. 2. The majority of the individual