The Halloween season arrived in lower school this week, as third graders began "booing" other grades with spooky surprises and activities.
Ms. Lathrop's class started the play-it-forward activity this week. Students secretly leave Halloween treats (pencils, stickers or other trinkets) or games for other classes, with a note that they've been "booed." That class then has two days to make a delivery to another class, and the game moves from room to room.
Suggestions for spooky surprises include favorite halloween books or stories written by students, halloween Mad Libs, a QR code of a fun dance, Crafts with directions and supplies, STEAM activities and classroom coupons.