the history of pumpkin carving
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The History of PUMPKIN CARVING
HALLOWEENHalloween is a night for dressing up, telling ghost stories, having spooky parties, trick-or-treating and pumpkin carving.
What most people don't know is that Halloween is actually based on an ancient Celtic holiday known as Samhain (pronounced "sow wan"), which means "summer's end".
It was the end of the Celtic year, starting at sundown on October 31st and going through to sundown November 1st. On this magical night, jack-o-lanterns, carved from turnips or gourds,
were set on porches and in windows to welcome deceased loved ones, but also to act as protection against malevolent spirits.
Before carving the pumpking, lets check your knowledge about pumpkins. Pumpkins are Vegetables Fruits
Lets start the carving process step by step
STEP 1: Get the pumpkin and the tools
- Knife and awl- Spoon- Gloves- Template- Black Marker- Candle and light
STEP 2: Cut out the top with a knife
STEP 3: Put your gloves on and scrape out the inside with a spoon
STEP 4: Draw a pattern with a marker
STEP 5: Transfer the pattern
STEP 6: Draw the pattern by pinning it with the awl
STEP 7: Remove the pattern and connect dots with a marker
STEP 8: Carve with a knife following the lines
STEP 9: Light a candle and put it inside the pumpkin
3 Diversificacin: Sonia cutting the top of the pumpkin
Antonio scooping the inside
Ivn pinning the pattern
Raquel gazing adoringly.
Antonio cutting the mouth
Antonio cutting with his own knife
Cutting the eyes
Judit showing us their jack-o-lantern
The Jack-o-lantern showing us the class