We continued learning our letters and making our Alphabet hats from Simply Kinder!
We made our first visit to the Community Garden across the street! Seriously, crossing the street is a big deal! In the Spring, we will go once a week and learn all about how to garden! This is the first time we've ever gone in the Fall. When we go in the Spring, we don't get a chance to see a lot of the crops fully grown, so Ms. Joni, the master gardener, invited us to see the garden in the Fall this year. The kids were simply amazed! They truly enjoyed the insects of course, but they enjoyed the crops too. Someone saw eggplant and told Mrs. Bradley they were hot dogs, we have a lot to learn!
As you know, October is Fire Safety Month! We love to finger paint, so we finger painted some flames! I displayed it with a sign that said "This Class is on Fire!" and every time I walked by I got the Alicia Keys song stuck in my head. Did you sing it?? Is it stuck in your head now? You're welcome!
The fire clowns came to visit us and there was a girl clown for the first time ever! They are always super silly, but they have a lot of good information for the students. I usually try to ask my friend who is a fire fighter to come visit us with a fire truck from his station, but he had just gotten back from a deployment, so imagine my surprise when we went out to see the fire truck after seeing the fire trucks and we saw Mr. Joe the fire fighter! The kids enjoyed seeing the fire truck!
We made spider hats! Always a favorite of mine in October. I blogged about how to make them over at The Primary Pack.
We had Pumpkin Rotations! They played Bingo, heard a spooky story, played guess who?, played spooky musical chairs, made a Spookly the Pumpkin cookie, and sorted Halloween rings!
We had Pumpkin centers with parents! Our awesome parents came out and helped us carve 5 pumpkins!
We also decorated tiny pumpkins with all sorts of goodies and hot glue guns and had orange snacks!
Some of the resources I used in October were: (You can always download or wishlist for next year!)
These paid resources:
So that's October in a blog post! Hopefully you made it through! :) See you tomorrow for November!