Showing posts with label Halloween. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Halloween. Show all posts

H is for..

Halloween, hanprints, haunted house, happy, heavy, hexagon, hop, handwriting, hands, hot, heads, hokeypokey, hopscotch, hippo, hummus, huge, hilarious, house, hundred, hello!

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H is for... Hippopotamus, House, Haunted House, Halloween, Heavy/Light, Hummus, Handwriting, Hopscotch, Happy, Hylarious, Honey, Hysterical, Hexagon, Head, Hands, and so much more!!!

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Awesome Symmetry Jack-O-Lantern

We can't wait to make these!!!

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Spooooky Sensory Fun

We are exploring our senses with 
our Spoooooky Sensory Bin!


We died green and purple pasta
 added Spiders, Ghosts and Eyeballs to add to our fun creation!


We can't get enough of our Spooky Sensory!
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Spoooooky Ghosts

Today we are creating a world of Spooky Ghosts!

We started out with a piece of white paper.
We drew what a ghost shape might be.


Then we used our hands and fine-motor skills
to tear the paper around our drawn line.


We made sure to go extra slow so that we didn't tear our paper in to two pieces.


Boo!  And there is our torn paper ghost!


We decided to give him a face so we glued on goggly eyes...


and finger painted a black mouth.


Ohhhh, ohhhh!  There he/she is!  Our Spoooooky Ghost!


Say "BOO" to our ghost family!


Happy "BOO" Day!
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Ghost Prints

Today we are creating a world of ghosts with our Feet!







These lil' ghosts were so fun to make!  

Get painting!!!
We can't wait to see what your ghost will look like!
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A Diamond in the Stuff: Googly Eye {Halloween} Frame

A Diamond in the Stuff: Googly Eye {Halloween} Frame: I just couldn't contain myself anymore....I am just SO in the mood for some "Fall" projects!!! I had this idea floating around in m...
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Learning Ideas - Grades K-8: Bat Paper Bag Craft and Book (shared by Teach Preschool)

Learning Ideas - Grades K-8: Bat Paper Bag Craft and Book: "Bats are Mammals and they are also Nocturnal (active at night). The kids might enjoy making this fun paper bag bat and reading a book abo..."

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