Students at El Morro Elementary School step back in time
during November for our annual Colonial Days celebration!
El Morro Colonial Days is a two-day event hosted in the MPR. The MPR is transformed backward in time to the colonial days, complete with 10 crafting stations, a Native American camp, colonial kitchen, and more! We will have an all-school assembly that will present a short skit describing the Colonial Days experience. In addition to this, there will be storytelling experiences, P.E. and lunchtime activities, classroom crafts, and a bead trading center open for business. Colonial Days is a highlight of every El Morro student’s elementary years!
Special Colonial Days Activities
Historical Characters: Colonial Characters that will make cameo appearances in the classrooms to share about their significance in our land’s great history.
Historical Presentations: Prior to the visit to the Colonial Village, your student will participate in our classroom historical presentation. Presentations will capture the essence of what life was like in Colonial Times.
Physical Education: During PE the week of and leading to Colonial Days your student will participate in Colonial and Native American games.
Colonial Days Village Crafts Include:
- Candle Dipping
- Corn Husk Doll Making
- Gratitude Letters
- Bead Making
- Leather Tooling
- Rope making
- Salt Ornaments