On this festive day we are going to do three fun activities; we will have Katrina face painting, we will make a beautiful bouquet of flowers to give to our families and we will take home a beautiful Mexican pennant to decorate the corners of our home.
Taking advantage of the pine cones that pine trees drop at this time of year, we are going to make beautiful and hilarious autumn snails. The aim of this activity is to encourage creativity and imagination, train motor skills and bring us closer to autumn in a sensory way.
For this craft we will need
– Acrylic paint
This month we will be practising yoga through a guided game in English. As we have been seeing during these months, yoga is a beneficial practice that combines physical exercises and mindfulness and offers advantages both physically and emotionally, concentration and confidence. These autumn months we will practice yoga with asanas that will transport us to the golden forests, the cool breeze…
This Thursday we will do a very special craft to celebrate the other great feast of November, and that is that, together, we will create a beautiful mural of the Thanksgiving turkey. To do this we will need:
1. Large cardboard.
2. Coloured felt.
4. Adhesive eyes
We have a lot of fun board games. We will have a great time playing in group games in which they will test different skills such as visual speed, strategic thinking, collaboration, etc.
Welcome to the magical world of autumn, where golden leaves and crisp air invite us to embark on an exciting adventure: the autumn treasure hunt. In this game, little explorers will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the beauty of this season as they search for special treasures hidden among the natural wonders of autumn. Are you up for the challenge?
With this activity we are going to create a beautiful centerpiece to decorate our homes with.
As materials we will need:
– Dried leaves collected.
– Cardboard or thin cardboard for the base of the wreath.
– EVA glue for the decoration
– Coloured pencils.
– String or ribbon.
– Other decorative elements, such as glitter or small branches.
This Sunday we will be preparing a great film afternoon where we will be showing the beautiful film Raya and the last dragon: “Raya and the Last Dragon”, from Walt Disney Animation Studios, travels to the fantasy world of Kumandra, where humans and dragons lived together in harmony long ago. But when an evil force threatened the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. Now, 500 years later, this same force has returned and a lone warrior, Raya, must find the legendary last dragon to restore the fractured land and its divided peoples. However, along the way, Raya will discover that she will need more than a dragon to save the world, she will need trust and teamwork. The protagonists of “Raya and the Last Dragon” are Raya, a warrior with a wit as sharp as her sword, and Sisu, a magical, mythical and unassuming dragon. They will be joined in their adventure by a clever ten-year-old businessman named Boun, the formidable giant Tong and Noi, a baby thief and her band of. Ongis.”
FROM WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY
SATURDAYS AND OPENING HOLIDAYS