How to Organize a Preschool Sleepover

Are you a preschool teacher and want something new to do with the kids? Why not try a mommy daughter sleepover? Read on to find out more.

Steps

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    Pick a date. Try something on a weekend like Friday or Saturday when most people will be available. Try not to schedule it on a Sunday because some people go to church on Sundays.
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    Get the word out. Send out fliers giving the date and time, the address and any other additional information they might need
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    Prepare the food. You'll need snacks, movies, toys, and a healthy but "yummy" dinner and breakfast. You might want to put out grapes or veggie trays with dips as snacks try fish sticks for dinner. Try traditional breakfast items like pancakes or eggs.
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    Use toys from the daycare/preschool.
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    Have a stock of kid friendly movies. Try classic stories or newer kid friendly movies. Examples include,
    • How the Grinch stole Christmas
    • The Lorax
    • The Princess and the Frog
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    Put the kids to sleep early. Try to put them to sleep by taking turns reading a book.

Tips

  • Snacks like gummy worms and candies are also a good choice.
  • Discuss the movie and the story with the other adults first.
  • Remember that each person has different principles.

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Categories: Sleep Overs