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Theme Topics : Halloween

I'm a little pumpkin

Sung to: "I'm a Little Teapot"

I'm a little pumpkin
Round and stout
Packed full of seeds that you can scoop out
When I get all carved up
Then I'll be
The cutest Jack-o-Lantern you ever did see.

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Spooky Spider Webs 

Need: Paper plate, pie pan, black paint, marble, spider ring

Directions: Put a paper plate in a pie pan and give the student a small dab of black paint. You can also paint a paper plate black and do the activity with the white paint to look more realistic. After the small dab of paint is placed on the student'' plate, drop a marble in and let the child move the pie pan in all different directions to make a spooky spider web. After it has dried, punch a hole in the plate and attach a plastic spider ring or sponge paint a spider in the web. More...



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