Halloween is not Polish tradition but it is becoming more and more popular at my place,The reason for this aversion towards Halloween probably derives from the traditional christian character of my country – in the past dressing up as ghosts and monsters was considered a dangerous pagan ritual. That belief has been passed on though the ages and has stuck deeply in the conscience of the Poles. Another factor is that we were always more focused on celebrating All Saints Day, which in our culture is a very melancholic and pensive holiday, so it doesn’t correspond well with the festive and joyful character of Halloween.
My students love "Trick and Treat". As ESL teacher we talk about Halloween every year. We prepare Jack Lanterns and we love "Apple Bobbing" it is a fun.
Currently at my country there are a lot of pumpkins in the shops and Hallloween decorations and they are lovely.