GHOULISHLY good fun was had by all when a Greenock nursery hosted a horrifyingly entertaining Halloween craft day. 

The team at Battery Park Nursery invited parents along to join boys and girls as they got involved in a whole range of spooktacular activities. 

The Halloween craft day was opened up into a 'stay and play' session for parents to come along and join in the fun. 

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Families got the chance to join the youngsters in a whole range of creepy crafts.

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Nursery manager Lisa O'Neill says the team at the nursery like bringing parents and families in to enjoy the fun as often as they can.

She added: "Having a good partnership with parents helps us enhance the learning and development of our children. 

"Inviting the parents into the nursery helps children build their confidence and helps parents build their confidence in us.

"They get the chance to see the resources we use to encourage children to learn through play."

Pupils got the chance to design some frightening figures for Halloween at the arts and crafts table. 

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Staff set up some spine-chilling sensory stations where boys and girls had to get their hands messy in some strange gloopy substances. 

Youngsters had the chance to add decorations to a creepy pumpkin, and also built a ghostly Halloween house. 

The team at the nursery also worked with boys and girls to create some terrifyingly tasty home baking. 

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Lisa said it was a fun day which everyone enjoyed. 

She added: "We always get good feedback from parents about our 'stay and play' sessions. 

"Everyone got really involved in our Halloween day and it was a great success."