Newsletter October 15th, 2018
Theme - Halloween-Great masquerade Simple homemade costume ideas, decorations, and spooktacular party ideas galore!
Educatall Club Masks, activity sheets, a perpetual calendar, placemats, invitations, a new rhyme, and so much more! Everything you need for a great Halloween party!
Baby rattles Toddlers can continue to have fun with these toys with this theme’s suggestions.
Friendly ghosts, spiders, and witches Activities that make these Halloween characters less scary.
Halloween Explore textures, colors, and object permanence as you prepare for Halloween.
Jack-o’-lantern sensory balls Add these little pumpkins to your calm down bag! Hanging Halloween treat Yummy-looking additions that are perfect for decorating a Halloween tree. Little Frankenstein Adorable figurines children will love to play with.
A needle in a balloon Don’t pop the balloon! Read article
Static electricity Hair-raising fun for young science enthusiasts. Read article
Clown paint Ideal for inexpensive face painting.
Slime…you can eat! The slimiest finger paint you’ll find, just in time for Halloween! Peanut butter modeling dough This play dough doesn’t even contain peanut butter, just a whole lot of fun!
Minor illnesses and sleep Cold season has arrived and it can leave children feeling more tired…
Challenging transitions The best ways to move from one activity to another smoothly.
Enjoying group activities with an autistic child Learn from the mother of an autistic child’s experience.
I want to…but I can’t Tips for turning “I can’t” into “I can”.
A visual weekly schedule for children who have special needs A tool for early childhood educators and parents!
Music and yoga Learn how using music can erase the uneasiness surrounding your first yoga sessions.
Halloween reading corner Creating a “monster” atmosphere to attract children to books.
Halloween Craft for kids
Runny's Halloween Recipes for Kids
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