Yesterday was Halloween. I like Halloween.
|This is my little brother Andrew. He is not big.|
|Dad did Andrew's pumpkin. He is sticking his tongue out.|
I got the pumpkin seeds all ready to go in the oven for roasting. You need to get them out of the pumpkins, wash them, then pat them dry. Then you mix them with salt and a little olive oil and put them in the oven at 350 for 20 minutes or so. A grown up can stir them sometimes while they are cooking because they are VERY HOT.
|Mom tried to help me dry the pumpkin seeds, but I could do it all by myself.|
|Mix the salt and olive oil on really well. Wash your hands first. |
Then you need to wash your hands again. They will be sticky.
When people ring your door bell, you can open your door and hold out the bowl of candy and they will take some. They wear costumes. Sometimes they smile at you. If they ask you how many they can have you say "one". Otherwise you don't even have to say anything. When you open the door and hold out the bowl they know to take the candy. When they are done taking the candy you can shut the door. It is nice to say "Happy Halloween".
Then after dinner you can go to other people's houses. They will have candy. You say "trick or treat" or "Happy Halloween" and then you can take some candy and put it in your purple pumpkin and eat it later.
Try to eat as much as you can right after you get home, because after Halloween is over you will only get one piece a day at snack time and that is not a lot. Two would be better. Or five.
Did you have a good Halloween, too?