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Childrens games - PTO Today Q&A PTO Today Q&A PTO Today Q&A > Events, Programs, & Activities > Childrens games ASK A QUESTION Print Report Abuse Nonsense Spam Duplicate Wrong Topic Question: Childrens games can someone please give me game ideas for a kindergarden and 1st grade class fall harvest party please my email adress is megsmth@aol.com thanks Asked by Megsmth3 ANSWER IT Please let me know when a new answer is posted. Answers: Answer this question: Let me know when a new answer is posted Related Events, Programs, & Activities Q&A Game night Holiday Shop Auction Morale booster Sunny D Book spree activites at school Only one child Deadlines taking credit cards for fun run PTO Expo-Chicago Weekly Newsletter Q&A Topics Bylaws Communications Elections & Transition Events, Programs, & Activities Finance & Budget Fundraising Leadership Meetings & Robert's Rules Nonprofit Status & Organization Officers & Board Teachers The Principal Volunteers & Involvement...

Games to play at dances - PTO Today Message Boards - PTO Today

Games to play at dances - PTO Today Message Boards - PTO Today Message Boards Index Recent Topics Search Index Recent Topics Search Log in Username Password Remember me Log in Forgot your password? Forgot your username? Create an account Log in Username Password Remember me Log in Forgot your password? Forgot your username? Create an account Message Boards Welcome to the Message Boards School Family Events Games to play at dances Games to play at dances Action Reply Topic Start Prev 1 Next End 1 Serendipity Topic Author Offline PTO Power User Less More Posts: 893 Thank you received: 0 11 years 1 month ago #146010 by Serendipity Games to play at dances was created by Serendipity Our middle school has a big Dance night coming up. Can anyone suggest any games that the DJ can play that would work well with large groups of kids? Quick Reply Action Reply Quote Ă— Close Reply to Serendipity Name: Subject: Message: Go to editor.. Note: BBcode and smileys are still usable. FoxMom Offline PTO Po...

12 Holiday Ideas for Your PTO or PTA - PTO Today

...Get a head count of the number of participants, then gather a group of volunteers for a pre-event “construction” party to assemble the houses. Keep it simple by using graham crackers instead of gingerbread. On the day of the event, each child decorates his own gingerbread house with candy canes, gumdrops, peppermints, and other varieties of candy. Take lots of pictures to post on your parent group’s website or newsletter! Winter Movie Help your school community get into the holiday spirit with a showing of a classic holiday or winter movie. Invite families to bring blankets or sleeping bags. Set up a refreshment stand with hot cocoa and marshmallows. Parents’ Day Off Organize a “drop-off” event to give parents an afternoon to shop for gifts without kids in tow. Recruit plenty of volunteers—middle school and high school students are ideal—and take over the school gymnasium on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon. Organize party games, put out craft materials, prepare an area...

Teacher Appreciation Done Right - PTO Today

...Other activities during the week included daily treats for the staff, breakfast donated by a local restaurant on the first day, low-cost baseball hats customized with the school slogan, and a cake and ice cream party. A local TV station even came in to film some of the events and interview staff. The week culminated in a party at Stewart’s home that included spouses and baby-sitting services. “We work together every day and consider each other family, but we rarely have time to meet socially,” says fifth-grade teacher Susan Laney. “This was truly a special occasion for us!” Themed Meals Luncheons are a traditional way to honor teachers and staff, but they don’t have to be ordinary. Creating themed meals can turn them into something special. It’s a great place to be imaginative and even involve the students, who can help with invitations or decorations. The best meals include a few main dishes with plenty of sides, salads, and desserts to accommodate food preferences and...

Fundraising Incentives: Create Excitement, Meet Your Goals - PTO Today

...” Such prizes might be a pass to attend a Zumba party, an inflatable bounce house, a BMX bike show, or a pizza party. One appeal of such an event is that it can’t be substituted for, as some of the prizes can be. “If a mom sees a flashing ball at the dollar store and that’s a prize her child wants in the fundraiser, then she won’t mess with the fundraiser,” says Cady—she’ll just buy the ball for her child. The chance to get a break from class and have some fun can’t be replaced, however. “We try to get every single school to do some form of event,” he says. “If the child really wants to go to the party or event, for the mom to please the child, she’ll help sell five items.” Though the small prizes are key, large prizes are still an incentive for many. But it’s important to choose the right item. At Poinsettia, one year’s prize was attendance at a surf camp. “Unfortunately,” says Weaver, “a lot of kids didn’t fight for that. They weren’t interes...

Pool Party's a Splash - PTO Today

Pool Party's a Splash - PTO Today Get $100 off new Recommended insurance. Learn more >> Events & Programs Archive Back to School Archive Pool Party's a Splash A back-to-school pool party sets the tone by emphasizing involvement and providing a relaxed setting for parents to interact. by Julie Slama 01/22/2014 The first day of school often brings anxiety for students and parents. Shirley Vermace and other PTO members in Decorah, Iowa, decided that was reason enough for a party. The first day of school is now marked by the Decorah PTO Back to School Pool Party—fun for the kids, fun for parents, and a fundraiser for the PTO. The second time the event was held, more than 550 people gathered at the municipal pool in this small town for water games and contests, all the pizza and soda they could consume, door prizes, dancing, and a lot of socializing by kids, parents, and teachers alike. All this for a $2 admission charge, with kids under 6 admitted free. The party provides a low-key intro...

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Starry, Starry Night - PTO Today

...The parent group took over the annual Star Party from school staff several years ago and turned it into a can’t-miss event. Held in fall and drawing more than 300 people, the Star Party is a night of science and astronomy fun for families. With a budget of $700, the free event includes mobile planetarium shows, telescope viewings, arts and crafts, snacks, and science experiments. Hands-on STEM and STEAM ideas for parent groups to support learning GET FREE GUIDE “We partner with local astronomers who live in the area and can bring telescopes,” says Angela Shambarger, president of the districtwide PTO. “If the weather cooperates, the kids can see Jupiter, the phase of the moon, or any other planet that is visible that time of the year.” While some students are using the telescopes, others attend shows in the gymnasium held inside an inflatable planetarium; the shows are arranged by a company that specializes in astronomy and science education. Students can take agility tests i...

Halloween Festival Builds Community - PTO Today

...Learn more >> Carnivals & Fairs Archive Events & Programs Archive Inspiration Archive Middle School Archive Halloween Festival Builds Community Every October, a 140-student school in Michigan throws a party for a thousand people. by Evelyn Beck 01/22/2014 With no indoor festivities available for children, cold weather used to dampen the Halloween spirit in Otsego, Mich. But 15 years ago, a parent at St. Margaret School suggested putting on an indoor carnival. “A lot of times in this part of the country, the weather is not that great around the weekend of Halloween,” explains current PTO president Angi Hoess. “The PTO thought we should host an event indoors where the kids could wear their costumes and everybody could eat good, warm home-cooked food when things were getting cold and nasty outside.” As word spread, the carnival grew. Today, tiny St. Margaret’s—with only about 140 students in prekindergarten through 8th grade—attracts about a thousand people each year to wha...

Cat in the Hat Snack - PTO Today

Cat in the Hat Snack - PTO Today Class Party Ideas Cat in the Hat Snack My kids (and their friends!) raved about the strawberry-banana grinch hats I made at Christmas so I'm pretty sure these Cat in the Hat snacks will be a hit. 02/26/2019 They are super easy, relatively healthy, and fun for a class party. You could assemble the strawberry and banana slices ahead of time and have a station for the kids to draw their own cat face on the marshmallow and attach to the fruit. Materials : Strawberries Bananas Marshmallows Large toothpicks Edible marker How to Make : Slice the strawberries and bananas. Keep the tip of the strawberries separate from the slices, these are used for the top of the hat. Draw cat face on the marshmallow. This is much easier than it sounds. Draw dots for the eyes and nose, add a smil2-3 straight lines for the whiskers. Start with the marshmallow laying on your work surface and layer bananas and strawberries. End with the tip of a strawberry for the top of the hat....