Our Helen Doron school organised a Halloween party at the weekend before Halloween. As a whole family we were invited.
Little L. grew into E.’s old skeleton costume. E. wanted to become a spider (she’s been into creepy-crawlies recently, which is clearly the influence of her new kindergarten friends). I made her spider costume out of things we found at home. E. also helped a lot make it. Daddy borrowed a wizard‘s cape, and I made myself into a witch (this was the easiest after having put the skeleton PJs on Little L.).
We fooled around at home a bit in our costumes and headed to our Helen Doron School party.
As usual, there were some yummie and scary treats,
…a spooky room, where the kids could touch a BRAIN!
Our teachers read our minds and dressed up as E. and L.:
There was a crafty session as well. Little L couldn’t really take part in it, I made her haunted castle, but E. did her best.
We also made some slime, without which Halloween could be unimaginable. Thank Goodness (and Helen Doron Teachers), we didn’t have to do it at home.
We had fun … again and again. Thanks a million!
And I wonder what costume E. can challenge me with next year.