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Hasmik Ghazaryan Olson

Although the world is dealing with the Coronavirus, it did not stop our 6-year old class from celebrating Halloween. The week which led up to Halloween,

Although the world is dealing with the Coronavirus, it did not stop our 6-year old class from celebrating Halloween. The week which led up to Halloween, the 6’s did lots of holiday related activities. We read amusing books such as, Green Frankenstein, What Do You See; a fun book designed for students to read repetitious lines and associate colors and meanings to objects. Subsequently, they created large, green and glittery Frankenstein monsters to decorate the hallway. Our class also read a sweet story about how an Itsy-Bitsy Spider named Heidi faced some huge obstacles before she was ready to climb up the waterspout. The 6’s loved the story, and happily crafted spider webs for the tiny spider using small paper plates and yarn.  

On the day of Fall Festival, the 6’s went outdoors for a scavenger hunt. There was plenty to see and explore as they enjoyed the fresh air and exercise while hunting around the schoolyard. The 6’s also celebrated Halloween by going “trick or treating,” at school. Our princesses, super heroes, and monsters were happy to visit our kitchen crew, the coffee-lady, Ms. Jodi’s office, and all the administrative staff to beg for candy.  Upon returning to our classroom, the 6’s wasted no time pouring the goody bags onto the tables to count their treasures. The 6’s had so much fun!  
 
Teri Quesnell 
6 YOC Teacher 

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