Sunday, October 25, 2009

Fun at Fall Centers

After the Fall Literacy Parade, students and parents were ready to join in the fun and create some holiday crafts. Making spider bags, decorating picture frames and cookies, designing ghoul bags, monster head bands and candy corn people were all some of the delightful projects that entertained the children. This was a great ending to the traditional parade and one that the students will remember! Special thanks to our parent volunteers who expertly ran each center!!


Lourdes said...

Trick-or-Treat? Definitely a treat having all the parent volunteers helping with fall centers, and watching the little "pumpkins" on the slide show having fun. Andrew's candy corn magnet is something I'll "STICK" with for years (as well as the memories). Thanks!
The Smith's

Anonymous said...

The slide show was a great tool to provide us with a bit of your everyday experiences! It is awesome to see the students busy making their crafts. Halloween is a great time and just one more event for children t look forward to. Does you school get really dressed up for Halloween? I know it's a big deal at my school!