We came to nursery dressed in our Halloween costumes to celebrate Halloween! We enjoyed looking at each others costumes and talking about who we were. Everyone looked amazing! 🧙♀️ 🎃 🕷 👻
We celebrated the last day of half term with a little party. We played some party games, danced to spooky Halloween music and eat cake. 🍰 🎈 💃 🧙♀️
We made Witch pictures using different sized triangles, just like the Witch in our story Meg and Mog! 🧙♀️
Halloween mark making! 🎃
Halloween fine motor activity- the challenge was to stretch the different sized elastic bands over our little munchkins. We did find it tricky but we kept at it until we mastered our challenge! 🎃
We made our own potions using gooey jelly slime, and lots of different creepy crawlies. We chanted the spell from the story Meg and Mog. Frog in a bog, bat in a hat, snap crackle pop and fancy that!! BOOOOOOOOOOOM! 🐁 🐁
We explored the texture and smell of a Pumkin! 🎃
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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