Thursday, October 29, 2009

Trick or Treat?

I wish we could wear costumes everyday. They definitely make kids even cuter than they already are!

You'll see what I mean:


My babies class! Aren't they so adorable!
Me with one of my favorite classes!

David with our class. He was being SO goofy!

Rosa, my little Korean princess.

Tina, the scary witch!

Harry Potter! I mean, Wudy.

Johnathan being dopey in my Domo mask.

Ruby, my dead Geisha.

Alice and Little Janice, my pretty girls!

Edison! His grandpa is the man sitting behind him. He made this whole costume!

Oh and of course, where there are children on a holiday, there are songs to be sung! Remember this classic?

Trick or Treat
Smell my feet

Give me something good to eat
If you don't
I don't care

I'll pull down your underwear!


I've always preferred this version, which is exactly what I taught to my kids.

video

The other classes apparently use
"Not too big, not too small, just the size of a basketball."

Obviously this one is more kid friendly I suppose, but I like that the one I learned when I was a kid really lets you know what you're in for if you decide to say trick instead of treat. Just sayin'.

More Halloween tomorrow and maybe Saturday depending on how my older kids are feeling. At the very least, I have one more little kid class and then lots of jack-o-lantern carving in another one tomorrow!

Can anyone think of any other songs? As much as I love it, I'm still getting a little tired of hearing it after 25 times.

2 comments:

  1. Hi Jimmie! I just found your blog through google and I'm going to be arriving in Taiwan next Wednesday evening! I'll also be teaching at GES and I'm really excited! Any advice you can give me really quick? I just graduated from UCLA and I am really looking forward to starting this teaching adventure. I just booked my ticket last night - pretty quick planning haha. Hopefully we can meet up when I get there! Hope to hear back from you soon.

    Kyrstie

    ReplyDelete
  2. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete