All the parties start around 220, beginning with a costume parade around the school. Here's Elisabeth, I mean, Hermione.
I was the room mom for Charles' class. Elisabeth's class didn't have a room mom so I made a 'sign-up genius' for her class as well so they'd at least still be covered volunteer and food-wise.
Here are our four rotations: 1.)Witches ring toss
2.) Bean Bag Toss
4.) Craft. They drew their hands on parchment paper, cut and colored them and then they put them on these frames and put two glow sticks behind them. I don't think anyone had enough time to finish this craft during their six minute rotation, but they got it started and took the supplies home.
Once we got home we went out back and raked leaves for a bit. It was gorgeous outside so we loved being out there all together, doing something active. The little girls mostly played back there in their costumes.
Nora was on a bit of a sugar high after trick-or-treating and even though she normally goes to sleep around 7pm, she was up til almost 9pm singing while playing the piano. She sang, "La, la, la!" while pressing down random keys with her fingers. It was very entertaining :). And now, our family is going on a sugar fast until Thanksgiving! It started out as just Scott and I, but the three oldest decided they wanted to join in the fun :), and by default, Nora and Jane probably won't have any either if we're not having any.