Monday, October 21, 2013

Night at the Museum

I had such a great weekend! I hope you did too. On Friday my friends and I watched Night at the Museum, a cool flick about what really happens when the lights go out at the museum. Some of my friends came to visit with their favorite stuffed animals. I invited their stuffed friends to have a sleepover with me! I'm quacking with delight just thinking about it!

After watching the movie and munching on some yummy snacks, we went down to the new classroom and decorated our very own stuffed monkeys. (Luckily, these monkeys weren't as mischievous as the monkey Dexter from the movie!)

But the real fun started once we bid our visitors goodbye, and the stuffed animals they left behind got to hang out with ... ME! They even let me be the photographer as they explored the museum. 

Here are all of my friends posed for a group shot. Everyone was still getting to know each other.


Once we had learned each other's names, it was time to EXPLORE!

I showed them two of my favorite pieces of art! (Tinkle, A Cat and Blue Venice)

Then it was game time! Here we are playing Bananagrams. 

Before we knew it, it was time to get ready for bed. That meant everyone took turns brushing their teeth before we got too tuckered out...

Sweet dreams ... zzZzzzZZZzzz...

We had a great night's sleep! And there was only a little (ok, maybe a lot!) talking after the lights went out. When we woke up, one of our museum friends took us on an awesome golf cart ride to meet all of our human best friends. 

We had such a BLAST! I can't wait until our next SMArt Flick, "The Goonies", which will be on Saturday, November 16th from 1-5pm. See you there! QUACK!

PS -- If you or your stuffed animal friend came to the museum, comment below to share what your favorite part of the night was!

1 comment:

  1. Our friend Miya sent us this comment:

    The best was the movie and letting my monkeys sleep over even though it was hard letting them go. –Miya

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