Theme Days : Pajama Day

Added: 04-29-1998 
Original Author: Unknown

Combine PJ day with teddy bear day

P.J. day/Dr. Seuss Birthday 
Added: 04-29-1998 
Original Author: Unknown

We plan our P.J. day to celebrate Dr. Seuss birthday Off hand I think it is on March2 but I’m not sure. The kids can bring favorite stuffed animals and books (have them put there names on them) they can bring sleeping bags and sleep in them at nap time, we make sure they bring picnic type lunches We clear away all the tables bring lots of bean bags, big pillows sleeping bags, we all borrow lots of stuffed animals from our kids we put out board games, floor puzzles , dress up dolls, dress up clothes , lots of cars, on a rug that has roads and stuff on it , puppets , flannel board stuff and one year we taped a long piece of paper on the wall and let the kids draw on the (paper) wall, this was great the kids loved it. If you remind the kids this is a quiet day its the best, lots of cuddling up with the kids we had a parent helper come in so we could really enjoy the 1-1

Added: 04-29-1998 
Original Author: Unknown

We do Pajama Day as our sick day. We paint spots on the children’s faces. We put a sign on the door saying “Quarantine”. Our school nurse comes to talk to us about health, and then she takes our temperature and our blood pressure. We eat chicken noodle soup, and drink juice. It’s a fun day for all.

PJ Day Breakfast 
Added: 06-11-2000 
Submitted by: Terri Standish

On our pajama days, we make pancakes (like MacDonald Hotcakes) and the children spread their favorite topping on to eat for a snack at a shared meal time.  We have used syrup, raspberry jam & ice cream, honey and chocolate sauce.  Its the perfect pj day ‘breakfast’.  Toast with butter and different toppings make the room smell lovely too.

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