Thursday, September 8, 2011


Before you know it Halloween will be here! October always seems to have some of the cutest activities.  There are spiders, scare crows, pumpkins and so much more!! One of my favorite bulletin boards in October is the student's pumpkin glyphs.  I don't give them any patterns so they have to cut everything out on their own, which makes it even that much cuter! I don't have a picture of the bulletin board, but here is the glyph we do:

Another fun activity that I am looking forward to is our Monster Symmetry.  It is very simple to do with the kids and they absolutely love to see how their monster turns out.  All you need to do is fold a white piece of paper in half and open it up.  Let the students squirt some paint onto one side of the paper.  Then help them fold it again and press down (squishing the paint to both sides).  Open it up and wa la, you have a monster!



  1. I teach pre-k and kindergarten in Illinois and I am SO going to copy your pumpkin glyph! Thanks for sharing.
    Teacher Tam's Educational Adventures

  2. I teach Kinder in Texas and I am a new follower! LOVE your blog! You are so creative! :)
    Crayons and Curls

  3. I am now following both of your WONDERFUL blogs!! Thanks so much for the comments, you are the first ones to comment on my page! You made my day :)

  4. I am now a follower and your ideas are awesome. I can't wait to try the monster idea in my kinderclass in PA.

  5. The kids will love it!! They come out so great!! You do have those kids that was to add sooo much paint to one it is good practice for them :) Thanks for following me!!

  6. Thanks for sharing your Monster Symmetry. I just featured it on my blog:)