Each student chose a pumpkin and a face pattern, drew the face pattern onto the pumpkin, carved the face, and scooped out the pumpkin's interior. Below, you see the students at work!
|The students carve pumpkins together|
|Coco Zhang of China prepares to draw her face pattern|
|Luis Morales of Venezuela prepares to carve his pumpkin|
|Graciela Rodriguez of Venezuela gets ready to carve|
|Elodie Lesage of France scoops out her pumpkin|
|James Zhang of China (left) and Edilberto Reis of Brazil (right) carve their pumpkins|
|Coco Zhang of China with her carved pumpkin|
|Raul Amado of Panama with his carved pumpkin|
|Marietta Rivero-Quintal of Mexico with her carved pumpkin|
|Olena Kashirny of the Ukraine with her carved pumpkin|
|LIEP instructors Christina Indovina (left), Jess Haley (middle), and Karla Sikaffy (right)|
Our next post will describe a Halloween grammar activity involving the home decorations in the neighborhood surrounding Loyola's campus.