Category Blog, Class Work, English, Geography, Hallowe'en, Our Work on Display, Science, Senior Classroom, Visual Arts

Spooktacular Activities in the Senior Classroom!

In preparation for Halloween, the Senior Classroom engaged in lots of seasonal activities!

Heritage Expert, Orla Bates, visited in October and engaged the children in a Monoprint Workshop on Moths!

Didn’t they do a magnificent job making their monoprint moths!

In English, the children created their own Halloween Wordsearch for a member of their class to complete.

They also read the poem, The Marrog, by R.C. Scriven and drew a picture of what they imagined this creature would look like!

In Art, the children created some very creative pumpkin drawing entries for the Folens Halloween Competition!

Some Spooky Skeletons were also created to decorate our classroom for Halloween!

In S.E.S.E. we did a scavenger hunt in the Discovery Park and had great fun using Ipads to take photographs of the aspects of nature we found!

Finally, we all dressed up “Spooktacularly” on the day of our holidays and …

to end a busy day, we enjoyed creating our own Haunting Halloween Cupcakes!

Happy Halloween everybody! Stay safe and enjoy your Mid Term Break!

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2 Responses to Spooktacular Activities in the Senior Classroom!

  1. Susan Peavoy says:

    Lovely work Seniors!! I think your pumpkins and skeletons are brilliant! I hope you are all enjoying the well deserved break after a busy term ☺️

  2. Susan Power says:

    The Autumn nature walk looks like great fun! Well done on all your hard work this term Seniors πŸ™‚πŸ

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