Ha Ha Ha Happy Halloween!

Last Friday, Special Needs Teachers (including me) made Halloween Party at school. Halloween Party is not always in our program. We don't hold it annually. But this year, we decide to hold it because there are several news students who might wanna enjoy the fun activity we create. We know that some of our students who have severe autism might not know the concept of Halloween and wearing costumes. So we focus on what makes our students happy and working within their comfort zone.

The Halloween Party was not scary after all. It was funny! There was cooking time, watching Halloween movie, eating snacks, playing around, and taking photographs. The students wore costumes that made them looked cute. We had decorated the walls and the doors so students could take photos. We prepared snacks so they could eat while watching Halloween movie. We also held cooking session to make pumpkin-head-look ham. Parents also helped us by sending continuous Halloween-themed cookies and cake.

Happy to see my special kids happy. :D


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