Hello everyone! As you know, October is the month of Halloween…A time for scary, spooky monsters and yummy, yummy candy! At Sunrise it is no different. I want to show you all some of the interesting decorations our kids made to celebrate Halloween.
The Caterpillar class (2-3 y/o) made some extra creepy skeletons to learn the parts of the body.
Mr. Steven cut out lots and lots of bones and skulls and let the kids connect them with pipe cleaners.
It was a challenge, but the kids were determined to finish….
And with a little help and persistence…they could do it!
Now we have a whole family of skeletons!
They also made plenty of cool handprint bats!
The Butterfly class (4-5 y/o) made something a little different. First they drew some monsters on cardboard…
And teachers cut them out. Finished? Not yet!
We wrapped them extra carefully in gauze…and made some freaky looking mummies!
Here they are, hanging out with their friends!
During free play the Japanese staff helped the kids make some Halloween origami too.
Our whole school is spooky looking….
Not to mention our kids!
That is just a taste of some of the stuff we did for Halloween. We have our Halloween party coming up, so the fun isn’t over yet! Until this next time!