Halloween, contraction of All Hallows’ Eve, a holiday observed on October 31, the evening before All Saints’ (or All Hallows’) Day. It was believed that the souls of the dead returned to the living world on this day. So, people dressed in costumes and lit bonfires to ward off the spirits. Our children displayed their spooky side as they came dressed with full enthusiasm. They enjoyed visiting the Halloween town and clicked photos in the spooky photo booth. The students heard the story of why and how this festival is celebrated. The little ones did craft activities related to the theme such as making ghosts. The corridors resonated with the phrase ‘trick or treat!’ The students enjoyed playing a Halloween themed quiz. Our inquirers also pondered if given a choice which vegetable they would like to replace the pumpkin with to make jack-o-lanterns. The young communicators further shared their thoughts on how they will use that lantern and celebrate Hallowe’en with friends and family.