Trees are turning (changing colors), leaves are turning (changing colors)
Pumpkins (plural, 2 or more)
(see the reading below)
Holidays in the Fall
The second Monday of October is Columbus Day, which celebrates the historic trip of Christopher Columbus to the Americas in the year 1492.
October 31st is Halloween. Children in costumes go from house to house saying “trick or treat.” The treat usually given is candy and tricks are rarely done. A common symbol of Halloween is the jack-o-lantern, which is carved out of a pumpkin.
Jack-o-Lantern with a candle inside
November 11th is Veteran’s Day. This federal holiday honors the soldiers who fought in World War I and those who fought for the U.S. in all wars. We celebrate by displaying the American flag from our homes, having parades, and decorating graves with flowers and flags.
Thanksgiving Day is the 4th Thursday in November and is a federal holiday. On this day we remember how the Indians helped the Pilgrims by teaching them how to farm and hunt. On this day, we give thanks for food, our country, and our families.
Americans eat traditional food for Thanksgiving dinner. The main dish is often turkey. Sometimes Thanksgiving Day is informally called "Turkey Day."
Please watch and listen to this video about Fall -