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In Romania, the true Halloween is on the 30th of November, when the orthodox church celebrates Saint Andrew. It is a holiday truly respected by the elders and all those who are keeping the spirit of Romanian traditions from the beginning of time.

from Education.com

Bat Flyers

Bat Flyers: This Halloween-themed paper project is perfect for kids who love paper airplanes. Clear instructions mean these bat flyers are simple to make, and they provide hours of fun Halloween entertainment. - PDF saved. X

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Halloween around the world

This resource includes 5 non-fiction texts (one page each) that introduces students to Halloween traditions, practices, and customs from different countries! The countries covered are Ireland, Mexico, Romania, Nigeria, and China. This is an excellent cross-curricular activity as it connects well with Social Studies!

from A Dangerous Business Travel Blog

5 Things to Love About Sighisoara, Romania

Ever considered visiting Romania? It's not all about Bucharest. Here are 5 things to love about the medieval town of Sighisoara.