Slime making has always been a top request in 4/5 and the day has finally come. As the ingredients come together, so does the excitement for their final slime creation. All that twisting, pulling and shaping with an added dash of color sees the slime take it's new form. Another successful idea conquered in 4/5. What will we think of next?
Last week we had special guest Kay in 4/5 to help us create some plaster mix. After selecting the desired molds, they each poured their mix into the molds where we let them set for the weekend. As Monday arrived, so did the paints to provide some fantastic color designs. We are very happy that Kay could help us make such wonderful art pieces. - Andrew
Rehearsals have begun for this years Club 4/5s Got Talent Show. We're in our 3rd year now and it's more popular than ever. The children have collected ideas to form a variety of group and solo acts. Scripts and props are being developed as practicing has begun. We are still in the early stages and have not yet announced a show date so stay tuned!
Club 4/5 is once again selling those tickets to the fundraiser event Behind Closed Doors. This will be our second year involved as last years was such a big hit. Club 4/5 raised a whopping $1,610, enough to send them on a trip to camp for the day and they'd love to go back again!
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On our Gym day we decided to do things a little different. Instead of our usual games, we decided to do a bit of building with the always favorite gym mats. They created fort walls and even a tunnel system to connect them. It's always exciting to see their little cities come together and can't wait to see what they come up with the next time we pull out those mats.
On our first day back in the gym we jumped right into a variety of dodge ball type games. Some high intensity play really pumps up our 4/5s after sitting all day in school. As time passed and more children had gone home, we took a vote and soccer was how we would finish out our gym day.
Club 4/5 Leader: Andrew
What is Club 4/5?
We appreciate that our older group of children might want to do different things than the rest of the program and it is our hope that Club 4/5 will offer the perfect mix of “older” activities but still allow for ample opportunity for our older group to model appropriate behavior to our younger crowd.