Novakid believes that learning English effectively always involves cultural immersion and understanding the traditions of the countries where English is spoken. Many of these traditions and symbols of Anglo-saxon culture have also acquired global status, and Halloween is one of them. To get in the spirit of All Hallows’ Eve – on October 31st millions of families around the world decorate their homes with traditional, festive symbols: pumpkins, artificial spider webs, ghosts and scary, but adorable monsters.
Novakid invites children and their parents to get to know Halloween, its traditions and symbols better, while practicing English in a fun and entertaining way. On the festive stream in a dark dark room, the teacher from the Novakid will make “amazingly terrifying” monsters while teaching children from all around the world some new useful words and phrases to describe their new Halloween friends.
To participate in the online stream, you will only need:
– some cardboard tubes or toilet paper tubes;
– coloured paper;
– googly eyes;
– black marker;
– an egg carton;
– acrylic paint and a paintbrush.
The e-workshop is to be held on October 28th, 2021 at 5 pm (GMT +2).
Join the Halloween Live Stream: https://www.youtube.com/c/NovaKid