Halloween Extravaganza

Description

 In this class we will do and make everything Halloween.  We will be meeting in costume and making both pumpkin slime as well as Halloween oobleck.  Children of young ages may need parental help throughout this class.  We will be dressed up in our favorite Halloween costumes and will be going step by step to make all of our Halloween goodies.  Oobleck is a substance that goes from solid to gooey and runny depending on how you hold it.  Slime will be fluffy and not runny.  We will also have Halloween discussion of what the children are going to do for the holiday.  I cannot wait to meet you and join you in Halloween fun!!

White Elmers Glue
Cornstarch
water
orange food coloring
green food coloring
saline solution (contact solution)
bowls
measuring cups
shaving cream
mason jar
black construction paper
scissors (MAY NEED PARENTAL GUIDANCE)
baking soda

    Halloween Extravaganza

    Thursday, 10/28/2021

    Age 5 - 11

    $15.00

    23 Seats Available

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Our Activity Directors have made a commitment to forego other opportunities to facilitate the Activity at the appointed time, and have a limited number of spaces to make available to participants. The cancellation policy for this Activity is as follows:

Cancellation 24 hours or less in advance of Activity or no-show. Any activity cancellations 24 hours or less before the start date and time of the Activity or failure to appear at the Activity at the appointed time will result in forfeiture of the consideration paid for the Activity. No refunds or credits will be provided.

Cancellation more than 24 hours before Activity. Activity cancellations more than 24 hours in advance of the start date and time of the Activity will result in a refund in the amount equal to what was paid to Kids Connected for the Activity.

Reviews and Ratings

  • My oldest loves Tiara‚Äôs science, reading, math and theme classes. :-)

  • My 8 year old had a blast at his first Harry Potter book club <3 He professes to love to read but I've had a hard time getting him to read on his own for any length of time. He powered through the first two chapters for his book club and is excited for the next one!

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