In Britain, 5 November is Bonfire Night, the anniversary of a plot to kill the king.

Your Turn: Bonfire Night

In 1605 a man called Guy Fawkes was part of a plan to blow up the English parliament, but he was discovered and didn't succeed. To celebrate this day, people usually go to a fireworks display and burn a model of Guy Fawkes on a big fire!

Do you have a celebration with fireworks in your country? Or do you have a special day for any characters from history? Tell us about it and how you celebrate! 

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In New Year day in Viet Nam, we often celebrate with fireworks but this year, we didn't because we have to save money to poor people.

You should try this activity !! Its really really nice.. This activity needs a game...

we celebrate special events like children's day teachers day with fireworks....

In our country Lebanon we use fireworks for happy events like wedding events,birthdays....

Hey you guys, in my country the fireworks used to celebrate in happily events, thanks for your sharing :)

In my country, we celebrate Quang Trung King's victory at 5/1 Lunar calender. Everyone go to Quang Trung's statue to memorize him.

In Poland we celebrate new years eve with fireworks.

i've already read the whole story

I know that story, my teacher told us

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