It's not quite time yet, but the Hazelhut decided to get spooky early this year and allow some little witches, devils and zombies through our doors to enjoy a day of Halloween fun!
We started off by making witches' eyeballs in the kitchen and then magically turned our tangerines into pumpkins for snack!
In the art room, the children made bats and decorated masks for the day of the dead.
Lunch was a particularly scary affair - with severed fingers, ghost sandwiches and spiders in blood on the menu - all washed down with a dripping bloody hand!!!!!
After lunch some of the children made up a show which they performed in the olive tree.
We also had a treasure hunt relay in the hazelnut grove.
Once the chocolates had been gobbled, the children went to the campfire to learn a Halloween song with actions.
Then they headed off to feed the pigs.
And as if that wasn't enough excitement, before they left, the children played a game of 'trick or treat' - could they be brave enough to feel something yucky? Maybe ghost's blood or a bat's ear? If they could they might get a treat!
What a fun day we had! Happy Halloween everyone!