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一起搞“怪”,可可爱爱

 

 

万圣来袭

一大波“捣蛋鬼”呼之欲出……

解放童心、释放天性

让心里的古怪精灵出来HIGH 

一起“奇奇怪怪”,“可可爱爱”

 

 

“怪”好看

自制环境 创设氛围

 

 


 

“怪”好玩

系列主题 体验文化

 

除了Cosplay,幼儿园的万圣节“怪”好玩,各级部分别以“怪”可爱、“怪”有趣、“怪”厉害为系列主题开展丰富有趣的节日活动,满足“捣蛋鬼”们对于万圣节的一切想象。

 

 

 

 

 

 

盛装亮相

精彩活动 即将开始

 

 



 

“怪”可爱

PRE K&K1: Trick or treat!

 

Trick or treat!托小班萌娃实力演绎“怪”可爱,他们热衷万圣“糖果”,开展了“制作糖果袋”“不给糖,就捣蛋”等游戏活动!

萌娃们乐在其中,充分体验万圣节的甜蜜快乐。

 



 

“怪”有趣

K2:Funny Party

 

Funny party!中班萌娃大型走秀“怪”有趣,设计了丰富多彩的奇装异服走秀环节,给孩子们带来了一次充满神秘感的万圣节活动体验。

 

 

 

 



 

“怪”厉害

K3:Crazy show!

 

Crazy show! 大班萌娃们惊险闯关,怪厉害,他们开动脑力,奇思妙想完成闯关,通过自己的努力获得胜利,同时还不忘上演一场大型表演秀,玩转创意,赋予节日奇趣色彩。

 

 

 

万圣节

懂你“奇奇怪怪”

陪你“可可爱爱”

自由自在,尽享趣味

 

 

下滑阅读英文版

 

 

A Fanciful Spooky Festival

 

 

Halloween or All Hallows Eve in full is a traditional holiday celebrated globally.  The festival has its origins in Ireland and Great Britain.  It was considered then to be the beginning of Winter and a mystical day with many dead ‘souls’ crossing over to the land of living.  Some spirits were benevolent such as relatives wanting to visit their former families.  However, some were evil and so people wore masks or disguises to avoid being recognised by these ghouls.  Over time these customs evolved into the fanciful spooky festival we all know today.

 



 
Fancy Dress & Funny Games
 
 

On Friday we celebrated Halloween with a series of games and activities.  In the morning we had a photo session where the kids showed off their impressive outfits. 

 

Although traditionally Halloween costumes were supposed to scary, over time it has evolved to be synonymous with fancy dress or cosplay. The kids also posed with cutouts of Elsa from Frozen, Captain America from the MCU, popular Chinese folk legend anti-hero Nezha and Peppa Pig’s parents!

 

 

We then played Spooky Musical Chairs.  The kids skipped round a circle of chairs to music and rushed to sit down on a chair when the music stops. However, after each round one chair mysteriously vanished until eventually there was only one chair left!  The music was all Halloween themed of course and included songs like The Monster Mash, Five little Monsters and Baby Shark Halloween. It was a high-octane game which the kids loved. 

 

 

We then played pin the nose on the witch.  Tying in with our recent class theme of body parts, the kids were tasked with sticking the nose on the witch.  The twist was that the kids were blindfolded with a spooky Halloween monkey blindfold!  With some help from the rest of the class, the kids did a fine job helping the witch get reattached with her missing appendage! 

 

 

Dance & Trick-or-Treat

 

The kids then got involved in a spooky Halloween dance ‘This is Halloween’ from the classic movie Nightmare before Christmas.  It was a very active dance but the kids took to it really well and followed along as best they could.  They showed off their twirling and prancing skills with great body co-ordination.

 

 

Of course, being Halloween, the kids went Trick-or-Treating.  In addition to the teachers, the kids paid a visit to the school nurse and got some candy.  Trick-or-Treating is a staple part of the modern Halloween experience.  Children usually go from door-to-door in their local neighborhoods saying ‘Trick or Treat, Trick or Treat, Give me something good to eat!’ Traditionally the recipients will give the youngsters candy or confectionery otherwise they may fall victim to an unspecified ‘trick’.

 

 

A Classic Book Reading
 

 

Finally, we finished by reading a classic children’s book all about monsters Where the wild things are by Maurice Sendak.  Alongside the fantastic illustrations, the story tells of an unruly young boy who sets off on a journey and encounters some ferocious monsters.  It was an engaging story for the children.  The simple yet engrossing novel has been a mainstay in Western Literacy circles for over 50 years.

 

 

 

Overall it was a very special day for the kids and a day I hope they will remember for a long time.  

 

 

 

We hope you can join us 

for the next big holiday!

 

 

 
 

开放日时间

 
 
 
 

10月31日(周六)9:00-12:00

11月21日(周六)9:00-12:00

12月19日(周六)9:00-12:00

1月9日(周六)9:00-12:00

 

 

 
 
 

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