MAP @ the Pfaff November 2018 Newsletter
Dates to Remember:

EARLY RELEASE DAYS You do not need to sign your child up for an Early Release day if it is a day that they are normally scheduled to come. We do ask that you let us know if your child will not attend or will arrive later that afternoon. Pfaff MAPsters are allowed to walk uptown and return to MAP with prior notice and a time of arrival to MAP. We also have available space if you need coverage for your child.
Fri. Nov 9
Early Release Day
Theme: MAP Ninja Warriors
Mon. Nov 12
No School and No MAP
Veterans Day

Tues. Nov 14
Early Release Day
Theme: Princess Bride /Fairytale Day

Wed. Nov 21
Early Release Day
Theme: Home Sweet Home

Nov 22 & 23
MAP is closed. Happy Thanksgiving!

Wed. Dec. 5
Early Release Day
Theme: Winter Carnival 1

Thu. Dec. 6
Early Release Day
Theme: Winter Carnival 2

Tue. Dec. 11
Early Release Day
Theme: Holiday Gift Making

Fri. Dec. 22
Early Release Day
Theme: A Day of Merriment & MAP Yankee Swap . ( Bring a wrapped gift under $5 and leave with a different one. Only bring a gift if you want to participate in the swap. It was a big hit last year.

MAP will be CLOSED over the Winter Break 12/24 through January 2nd 2018.

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What Happened in October?
October Project/Activity Themes:  
It’s spooky season here at MAP, as it is in many places! Maddie started us off on the right foot creating magic wands and mouse ears for her Disney themed project week. We then put our own twist on OctoberFest during an early release day with building German-styled mini houses and making Harry Potter inspired Butterbeer . We continued our festivities with Kurt, creating “bone powder”spooky glass jars, carving pumpkins, and playing candy corn bingo. The kids enjoyed creating woodland critters out of bark and pinecones with Desiree, our newest MAP teacher. They were also able to give back a little early this year with Leah’s Random Gift week, making dog treats and weaving bracelets for friends and family. Towards the end of October, the kids were able to tap into the mysterious with Tom by experimenting with “evil science” creating magnetic slime and creating nuclear rockets out of paper. Great fun and amazing projects.

MAP M a rb le Ja r W in n e r !! !
Eva Thomson was the winner of our Guestimation Jar. Eva was only 25 marbles off with a guess of 622.

1st Round of Clubs are over.
Maddie continued her Video Game club on Mondays with several projects, including potions from Fortnite and Minecraft Rice Krispies. Leah continued her Breakfast club on Tuesdays making delicious pumpkin-spice chocolate chip muffins and fruit kabobs. Katelyn's Nailed It! Club made more tricky food creations like cupcake burgers and a “goblin stew”. Eric's Modeling Club had the kids work on putting the pieces of their model together while paying attention to intricate detail. Haunted Forest club ended with a perfect, not too scary haunted forest that left everyone geared up for Halloween.
  Next Round of Clubs:
New club started last week. Ask your child which club they joined.

Mondays w/Desiree- Make N Bake
kids will be able to create non-food objects that make and then can take on the heat to solidify their creativety.

Tuesdays w/Maddie- Movie Club
This will be a great opportunity for those kids signed up to have an opportunity to explore their passion for acting. Kids will have use of Imovie to record and edit their very own movies and music videos.
Wednesdays w/Eric- Stranger Things Club The kids will be exploring some mysterious and the bizarre things that peak their curiorsity.

Thursdays w/Tom- Football Club
T his will be a great opportunity for the kids to work on their sportsmanship and work on their football skills by running drills, making shirts and playing on the gridiron.

Fridays w/Kurt- Community Crusaders Club
We have some great community projects lined up for those kids interest in helping to put a smile on the faces of others.

*This round of clubs will begin at 3:20 and run until 4:45ish.

  Special Thanks :
A shout out to the Haunted Forest Club kids for putting on an amazing haunted gym for the K-1 Mapsters. It is always an amazing feeling watching the older MAPster return to their old stomping grounds and interact with the younger kids.

Photo Gallery :
Kurt Jackson                Gaye Shannon
MAP @ the Pfaff Program Director                                      Executive Director
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