Book of the Month:
Caramel Apple Nachos
Caramel Apples Cider
Tissue Paper Apples
Halloween is my favorite holiday! I am so so excited to relaunch with my favorite holiday as a theme. Each month I will be posting a big project for the month, a sensory bin, and a book of the month. The big project is something that you can work on all month long if you desire. I no longer do sensory bins because my charges are out of that stage, but I will post one each month. The book of the month will be a book I personally like that goes with each months theme. This main post will have links for those three things and links for each week of planning ideas blog posts. I will update each week until all weeks are posted, so that everything will be easily accessible
For this Months project, we are making Halloween garland. Our plan is to work on our garland all month long by adding to it little by little. My charges are school age so we will be using yarn to make Halloween figure. If your charges are younger, you could use paper.
Halloween themed sensory bin.
The book of the month for October.
October week 2 (coming October 5th)
October week 3 (coming October 12th)
October week 4 (coming October 19th)
I have been planning like crazy the last couple of so days so that I can re-launch The Planned Nanny! I cannot wait to start sharing my planning ideas with every one soon!
I will post planning for the first two weeks of October on October 1st! The next week, I will post planning for week three. I will post each Monday for the next week so that everyone has a full week to look over my planning ideas and plan accordingly.
My pumpkins from 5 years ago.
What is Groundhog’s Day?
“Groundhog Day is a day celebrated on February 2. According to folklore, if it is cloudy when a groundhog emerges from its burrow on this day, then spring will come early; if it is sunny, the groundhog will supposedly see its shadow and retreat back into its burrow, and the winter weather will continue for six more weeks”
Book Of The Week: Grumpy Groundhog
What is Football?
“a form of team game played in North America with an oval ball on a field marked out as a gridiron.”
Book of the Week: Little Football