Yesterday was Halloween madness at the elementary school. Not really. But we did keep quite busy.
Tate and I started the day by attending the Friday Flag (assembly). Then we popped into Casey’s class party. It was the mellowest room of second graders I may have ever seen. I don’t know if that’s a testament to classroom management, student personality or a combination of the two. The calmness of the kids didn’t dampen the fun they had, though:
Casey’s class had a series of activities the kids rotated through, including a spider pretzel/cracker and a popcorn hand:
Marcie’s class also had a series of stations, including a mummy wrap, candy corn bingo, a bat flying game, cookie decorating, and pin the nose on the pumpkin. Marcie was quite a bit more camera shy than Casey (though adamant that I make an appearance):
After school, we all rested (especially Tate, who was too excited during all the school festivities to even think about napping during his regular nap time). Then the kids got into their costumes (only kindergarten wears costumes at school- and then only during the party time) and we headed out to the annual Boogie Bash, which parents had been setting up all day. It’s essentially a Halloween faire, with a couple bouncy activities, a lot of booths, a spooky forest (playground) a House of Horrors and plenty of snacks and treats for everyone.
We were too busy running after our bigger kids (or helping run their class booth) to capture any photos at the Boogie Bash, but here’s a preview of the costumes, which have a bit more that go into them, but we’re saving those finishing touches for Halloween.