For the last week of school, I made walking on sunshine door decs since we are so close to summer break!
We held a tie dyeing event as an end of the year stress reliever. With finals coming up, stress is at an all time high and crafts such as tie dyeing are a great stress reliever. People brought their own article of clothing to tie dye and we provided the dye. This was a great activity and I can’t wait to see how they all turn out!
I created a bulletin board for residents to reflect on their year, the ups and the downs. This allows for them to see how far they’ve come and how everything shaped them and made them stronger. I also have a section for goals for next year so they can plan ahead and try to avoid having too many downs next year.
Hugunin hosted the annual Kooky Carnival on Saturday. There were games such as football toss, sack and egg races, Plinko, putt-putt golf, duck pond, basketball toss, and can toss. With every game, people received tickets and could turn those tickets in for yummy prizes! It was a great turn out!
We made balloon animals by following an instruction sheet on how to make different balloon animals. It was more difficult than we thought it would be, but it was a lot of fun, with a lot of laughs, and we had a fun time doing it!
This week I gave my residents flower door decorations since it’s finally spring and so beautiful outside!
This week I made my residents door decorations of Mother Nature holding the Earth in honor of Earth Day.
To celebrate Earth Day, Dan and I made dirt cups (chocolate pudding, Oreo’s, and gummy worms) for residents to eat and played the movie WALL-E. It was a lot of fun and the dirt cups were a hit!