This year, I saw the 13 Halloween activities in education.com so I decided to print some worksheets. Sharing to you the different activities that we did last month since we just stayed at home during our sem break. Yes, we did not have any getaway because my husband could not take a vacation leave. #boo
Cut and Paste Activity
My son saw the cover of the construction paper so he told me to make a pumpkin. He just helped me to paste the leaves.
Reading Sight Words, Addition and Subtraction and Coloring
My son doesn't like coloring activity, obvious naman di ba sa pagcolor. hehehe! But he needs to practice to improve his coloring skills.
How about you, how did you spend your sem break?
I'm a stay at home mom and my baby is just about to turn one. This is a fun bonding activity with the added benefit of learning on the part of the kids. Thanks for sharing! I'm going to do this too when my baby gets a little bit older.ReplyDelete
We weren't able to do any Halloween activities this year. Those are really good activities, though! Next year!ReplyDelete
Wow. What a nice (and productive) way to celebrate Halloween. Will try this, maybe next year.ReplyDelete
Very productive! I'm inspired to follow these din when my son grows a little older. Halloween is not just scary movies!ReplyDelete
These are interesting to-do at home activities, I like the pumpkin cut outs. Its good to know you son did enjoyed his time at home. Just like him, my little boy likes coloring as well.ReplyDelete
I love fun holiday activities that add learning too. I just wish my 14 month old Mila will be as easy to entertain as your son.ReplyDelete
Nice! We made our own halloween decors too!ReplyDelete
These are really good and fun activities! :) Thanks for sharing! :)ReplyDelete
I let her do whatever she wants - except stay up late and watch too much TV. She is now 8 so she has ideas how to spend her time na :)ReplyDelete
I was so busy with christmas DIY activities that I've forgotten about this one! Good job!ReplyDelete
When my son gets older will try these one instead going to events. As of now he enjoys attending the events and playing with the kidsReplyDelete
Wow! I should take note of this for future use. Hehehehe!ReplyDelete
I'll keep this activity in mind when my son grows a bit older.. he's already 14 months old but still loves putting anything he gets his hands on in his mouth LOLReplyDelete
Galing! I love this :) What a great way to celebrate Halloween! :) Also, loving that 3D pumpking you guys made -- totally stealing that idea when my 9 month old is a bit older :p Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete