Boo!

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It’s hard to believe Halloween is just around the corner. This week we made our Halloween crafts. We made “spooky” ghosts and did some potato stamping in the shape of Jack-o-lanterns. For snack we had what the kids called “Halloween oranges”.
Next week will be our Halloween party so remember to come in your best costumes.

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R-tworx: Koi Fish

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koifish

Last week the kids enjoyed learning how to make a basic tear drop shape and turn it into a fish.  The fish were drawn in pastel / crayon and then the background filled in with watercolor paints.  It was a blast.

For a full tutorial please click here.

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At Home Alone

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On Oct 7th, students at the Carlyle Elementary School took part in the At Home Alone safety program.  The program runs in two sessions – Fire Safety / Street Proofing and When to Call 911 with the Fire Dept and RCMP and a second session with Supreme Ambulance that teaches kids the basics of first aid and what to expect if they ever need to call an ambulance.

Another session will be held for grades 4,5,6 in the late winter/early spring of 2015.

Science+Art=fun!

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This week the playroom theme was science but I actually ended up combining it with art. On Tuesday the craft was baking soda placed on coffee filters, drop food colouring on and then spray with vinegar. It was all about fizzy this week because on Wednesday we made fizzy paint by adding Kool-aid to tempura paint. We also played with Oobleck which is always a hit.

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Art!!

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This week was all about colour! We read books about colour and activities that focused on colour. We painted on canvas, used droppers with food colouring on sugar cubes (until they started eating them and were getting a sugar rush) and made puffy paint (one part glue/one part shaving cream).
It’s always so much fun getting messy.
After, we even made our own snacks:
Rice cake
Cream cheese died blue
Goldfish crackers
Apple slices

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