The children have had lots of fun this week dressing up for our ”Halloween dress up week”. The boys and girls have been showing off their costumes and sharing jokes and Halloween songs with us that they are going to use for trick or treating tonight!
It has been a spooky fun day in our toddler playroom. The children have been dooking for apples, enjoying a yummy snack and carving pumpkins! Happy Halloween Everyone!
Boss Baby has arrived!
The children have been participating in lots of fun experiences today inspired by Halloween.
These are ghost pictures created using paint and a pear. Spooky!
The children also drew images related to the character they were dressed up as today – pumpkin, Belle, witch, to name but a few.
Others were busy making broomsticks for the witches to fly around on.
More fun tomorrow! And remember it’s dressing up all week if you want to.
The children were being very creative with the seasonal fruit. They spent lots of time carving their pumpkin and scooping out the middle…think we will make soup with that…
Inaya was very happy when she managed to scoop out all the seeds from inside with the special tools that we have at the family centre.
Once all the pumpkins were carved, some children decided to paint a beautiful picture of their creation.
Welcome back to all our families and children who were not with us during the October school holiday week. You may have noticed how busy we have been while you were away! We have packed lots of boxes and some of the children who returned today were a bit confused at the changes we have made to the playrooms as we prepare to move. It was interesting to see how quickly they adapted and became engaged in the experiences on offer which speaks volumes about how settled they are with us. The children are very excited about their “new nursery”. Scott wanted to know if Anita and Siobhan are coming with us. Connor said ” we have to make sure we take all our toys!”
Of course we made time for some pumpkin carving. These are a work in progress. Pictures to follow tomorrow.