William Floyd’s elementary school students across the district recently celebrated the last day of October with some special Halloween and harvest-themed educational activities.
At William Floyd Elementary School, the third-grade class held a vocabulary parade in which students dressed as a specific word and walked through the hallways for all to see. Click here for a video!
Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School second-, third- and fourth-grade students also had the opportunity to be creative and “don their word” and walk through the halls in their vocabulary parade. Click here for a video!
Moriches Elementary School students wore orange or black for the day and took part in various festive activities including pumpkin decorating, slime-making and more. (More images linked here!)
Fourth graders at Tangier Smith Elementary School participated in a character book project in which they read a fictional book and wrote an essay analyzing the main character. They focused on character traits as well as how and why the character changed in the story. Then they created a pumpkin to resemble their book’s main character. (More images linked here!)
At John S. Hobart Elementary School, first-grade students created special vocabulary hats and participated in a hat parade in the halls of their school.
The William Floyd Learning Center hosted a “Haunted Hallway Family Night,” in which they welcomed students and families for a fun night of food and games such as broomstick races, pumpkin hockey, fear factor, mummy wrap races and more.