Mask Making Friday!
As we continue to learn about mummification in Ancient Egypt, we will be creating our own "death masks" in honor of King Tut. It has become a sixth grade tradition, and something the kids never forget.
On Friday, your child will need to bring:
- a small, plastic bowl (like a margarine tub or Tupperware bowl)
- a small washcloth
- face lotion (please test the lotion at home to make sure your child is not allergic to it)
- a headband ( only if your child has bangs or hair in front that needs to be held back)
If you'd like to be part of this fun, messy experience, we will be making masks at 8:30 and 9:50 on Friday. You can come for one or both sessions. Dress comfortably, because you'll be sitting on the floor with your hands covered in white plaster! :-)
I also wanted to inform you of the very first Zaharis Math Night that is happening this Friday evening from 6:00p.m. - 7:30p.m. It should be a great night of family fun, learning, and prizes! hope to see you here!