It's pretty spooky in our room this time of year! We have had fun doing lots of Halloween projects this week.
Our water tub has been filled with colored water, cooked pasta, skeletons, eyeballs and cauldrons. We have sampled lots of stew and soups that your children have eagerly made for us.
Creation station is filled with supplies to make haunted houses and paper plate ghost masks.
Monster parts and Halloween cookie cutters have been a big hit on our play-doh table.
We have been having a blast putting on puppet shows with our finger puppets.
Here are some sweet snapshots of your kids busy playing.
Our second parent led project on Monday was a dice game using this huge spider web. The kids got to roll a die and then entered the web to pick up the same amount of bugs trapped in the web as they rolled.
On Wednesday we played a cooperative game. The kids worked together to cut a paper web in spots that would allow them to free the bugs without the spider falling. It was a great way to foster teamwork and build friendships.
For Friday's parent led activity we used vinegar to open up baking soda spider (ring) eggs. The kids had fun using pipettes and watching their eggs hatch!
As always, thank you for sharing your children with us!
Teacher Susie and Teacher Meghan