Dad's Night!

Dad's Night!

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Kids and Dads
At my pre-school, we have "Dad's Night" where Dad's, Grandpa's Uncle's or some important male figure comes back to pre-school in the evening (sorry no mommies allowed!) for an evening of fun (usually one hour). We start out the night with all the children and dad's sitting in a circle on the floor. The children introduce who it was they brought as well as telling their own name and age. Then we take them all to a large room where the daddies/males play musical chairs (on child size chairs) and the children cheer them on. The top two "teams" (dad/child) win ice cream cone coupons at the local ice cream shop. Then onto some tables, where the dad/child make a craft that involves them painting each other's hands as part of the craft. (for example-on light blue construction paper they place their painted hands in a circle to make the rays of the sun, alternating dad and child. Then glue on a small circle (6" diameter) in the center of that. In that circle they have drawn (with markers) the sun's face) It's a keepsake as we have them both sign it and date is put on it--mom loves it. Then they clean each other up and we engage in a pretend "snowball" fight (paper wads). Game is started with all the "snowballs" on a center line. The children are on one team and the dad's on the other. Object is not to have any snowballs left on your side when time is up. It's a very successful night and the object was to make some special time between dad and child.
 
 
 
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