Students at Primrose School of Dunwoody celebrated Fall fun with a Parade of Costumes. This event is a culmination of learning during the month of October. Students will dress in seasonal costumes and parade throughout the school and around the perimeter of the play area.
“Fall is a great opportunity for children to learn to use their imagination in ways that allow them to explore the possibilities of different life roles, or fictitious characters,” said Cami Nail, franchise owner.
Children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old, clad in cowboy hats, clown shoes, firefighting gear or even a cat’s tail will parade and sing. Children’s handcrafted pumpkins, jack o lanterns, spiders and webs will adorn walls, hallways and classrooms.