On Friday, October 22nd we will enjoy our second Color Day Celebration for the colors Orange and Black! These festive Halloween colors will get us in the mood for the Halloween Parade. We will make pumpkins and Jack-O-Lanterns. Bats and black cats will be our theme next week which lend nicely to our seasonal songs and rhymes. The class will search for orange and black items in our room as we work on our color identification skills.
There are many ways for your child to celebrate Color Day and there is no need to go out and purchase anything! Talk with your child about these colors and together find a meaningful way to celebrate. The item must be able to fit safely in their backpack. Here are a few ideas:
- Wear something orange and/or black
- Paint or draw a picture of something orange and/or black
- Bring an orange or black snack or drink
- Bring a favorite orange and/or black stuffed animal
- Make a picture collage of orange and black items
Again, the children will be asked to tell their classmates about their something orange and/or black which is a fun and exciting time for your child. As a reminder, in an effort to keep our students safe and healthy, Hamburg School allows children to only eat what has been packed by their parnt or guardian. If your child brings an orange or black food item, it is for their comsumption only and cannot be shared.
Please let me know if you are having any difficulties in finding a way to celebrate and I will be more than happy to provide assistance.