Halloween Dress up at the Preschool

Well Halloween was just the best! Not only did it snow for the first time, the toddlers also got to dress up in their Halloween costumes and get candy! The toddlers all practiced saying “trick or treat” and “thank you” to one another as treats were handed out in friends Halloween bags. The toddlers spent a lot of time decorating their own bags. They looked terrific! With so many unknowns about Halloween this year, the children who attend the Burford Co-op Preschool & Children’s Centre went home with plenty of treats regardless of whether they went out trick or treating on Halloween night.
Inside, the toddlers have recently been choosing items from the shelves, and requesting to paint with them. The toddlers love to paint. They have been painting with toys, gourds, rocks, leaves, and paintbrushes.
All “Pete the Cat” stories are current favourites and in the dramatic play centre, the toddlers have been enjoying playing with the dolls and cleaning dishes. Individual sensory bins have been set up so that the toddlers could clean the dishes with real soap, water, and dish cloths. The children are really enjoying all of the individual sensory bins. They have also had different coloured water, bubbles, shaving cream, and a variety of different toys, in their sensory bins.
Outside, the toddlers are having a lot of fun collecting leaves. They collect them in their sand buckets, dump them, and do it all over again. The odd time the children will grab a broom or a rake and attempt to gather the leaves that way. It’s especially fun when the leaves fall from the trees into the toddler yard. With delightful laughter, the toddlers do their best to catch those flying leaves. There are always huge grins when they pick them up off the ground. Those leaves become treasures and are shown to everyone. Natures beauty is always appreciated by toddlers.

Halloween Dress up at the Preschool

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