This week's fun fact is that in some countries, children have to sing, tell a joke, dance or show off any other talent before receiving candy. Here we just say "Trick or Treat!"
Learning and Discovery
Wednesday at the Science table we sorted different colors of pom-poms to match all the different colored monsters, and at the Art table we made Frankenstein Heads! For our Gross Motor activity we had a bean bag toss, but we had to throw the beanbags into the monster's mouth! At the Language table we had monsters that wanted to eat all the objects that started with their letter. So, we fed the "B" monster a bat, boat, and a broom! We also had spiders hidden all around the room on Wednesday, and we tried to find as many as we could during free time!
On Thursday at the Art table we made ghosts using crayons, cotton balls, paper, eyeball stickers, and buttons. At the Science table we practiced our addition by counting how many spiders were in each web. At the Language table we played Tic-Tac-Boo! using spiders, black kittens, and jack-o-lanterns. For our Gross Motor activity we hop, skipped, and jumped onto different obstacles to follow the dragon to its lair!
We had the greatest time and we got lots of candy!
Candid Moments & Costumes!
Teachers of the Week
Melizza is a senior in Child Development 4 this year. She has a hamster named Midnight and likes to paint, babysit and do other people's makeup.
Melizza loves teaching children because she wants to help them and she enjoys spending time with our preschoolers!
Gaby is a junior in Child Development 3 this year. She is bilingual, her favorite season is fall, and she loves spending time with her family.
Gaby loves teaching children because she can provide hands-on learning experiences and build a bond with each child.
Hands On Activity- Monster Rocks
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