Darling daughter’s Halloween party and arts & crafts last Saturday was a success. She was very excited about this activity that she couldn’t stop talking about it the night before. She remembered the previous Pre-K themed party at the recreation center and it’s amazing how much information retains in her memory. What she liked most at that party was dancing the Hula Dance and playing games (of course).
Last Saturday’s Pre-K themed party was called “Bats and Broomsticks” in celebration for the upcoming Halloween. The kids enthusiastically created Halloween crafts, cupcake decorating, and they also painted pumpkins. When cupcake decorating was finished, it was followed by story time which was good because the kids got to eat their decorated cupcakes while they listened to the stories about “The Big Pumpkin” and “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”.
After each activity at the party, the coordinators let them play a game to get a little exercise. What’s the most exciting was the kids got to wear their favorite costumes for Halloween. There’s a space provided in the party room that was decorated for Fall and Halloween where participants can have their portraits taken. We didn’t get to have our pictures taken there because DD was having fun at the party and I didn’t want to disturb her.
I am glad that there’s the recreation center in town offered activities like this to young children Pre-K (ages 2-5). Well, actually it is a part of the recreation center’s program for the public. To me, the $9 registration fee per child is not bad at all.