We dressed up in our Halloween costumes today. How fab do we look! 👻 🧙♀️ 🦇
Tilly brought in this brilliant pumpkin she had carved at home with her daddy, it’s a spider on his web 🕷 How fab is it, Thankyou for bringing it in to show all your friends! 🕷 🎃
Today we flipped our pumpkins over and used our fine motor skills to hammer little coloured sticks into our pumpkins. 🔨 🎃
Halloween mark making 🧙♀️ 🎃
We made spiders in the playdough today 🕷 We used wobbly eyes and pipe cleaners for their legs. We tried our best to put 4 legs on one side and 4 the other making 8 legs altogether! 🕷
We helped wash all the bugs and spiders today in the warm soapy water! 💦 🕷 🐛 🦇
Eleanor’s daddy kindly carved us an amazing Woody and Jess pumpkin for nursery. Thankyou, we loved it 🤠 🎃
Help, Meg’s lost Mog in the maze let’s help her find him!!
We used the tweezers to pick out the Halloween treats from our spiders web, 🕷
We put the pieces together to make Meg! 🧙♀️
We stretched elastic bands over our small pumpkins (munchkins) this was a really tricky for us but we kept trying, this was a really good activity to help improve our fine motor skills! 🎃
We made spiders just like the spider in our story Meg and Mog. We tried very hard to make sure we put 8 legs on our spiders! 🕷 🕷
We painted pictures of pumpkins. 🎃
After listening to the story Meg and Mog, we made our own spells. 🧙♀️
We made our very own playdough pumpkins! 🎃 🦇
We explored the textures of pumpinks by scooping out the inside! We scooped out the seeds and put them in our pots! 🎃 “it smells nice like strawberries and feels sticky”
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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