Halloween Smackdown 2010

October 30, 2010 at 11:17 pm 1 comment

I wrote to you about the epic costume contests of 2008 and 2009.  This year AIM Academy had a great showing from every grade level team AND the administration! You can see the fantastic ideas below. I won’t ask you to vote because everyone looked so great!

The fifth grade team dressed as super heroes. There was Punctuation Girl, Super Mad Scientist, Baby Read, Multiplication Maven and Fraction Girl.

The students painted their own capes to celebrate what makes them super! I posted directions as well as more pictures on the 5th grade blog, but this is one cutie here:

The hallway was decorated with super heroes that had students’ faces.

The sixth grade team celebrated the fine state of Hawaii, which is where the sixth grade writing teacher used to live.

The students wore grass skirts, leis and sunglasses! It was SO cute!

And they decorated the hallway!

The seventh grade team decided to take a more serious tone. They all wore matching t-shirts.

When the eighth grade team heard the the fifth grade team was going to be super heroes, they decided to dress as villains.

 This resulted in the ultimate battle between good and evil. The eighth grade villains posted signs around the fifth grade classrooms with terrible spelling and incorrect math! It was outrageous. AND there was fog!

The administrative team dressed up as crayons.

They decorated their door too! 

And last but not least, we needed judges to decide who really won the contest. They even dressed the part in robes and everything!

I’m not going to tell you who won, but it was a great Halloween!

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Entry filed under: Costumes, Motivation.

There is one clear winner here, people. The Ultimate Battle between Good and Evil

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