We begin our
study of Autumn reading I Am A Leaf.
I love reading this story to and with my
students! This book is child friendly and it
educates my students on the changes of
seasons and the cycle of leaves. Great
illustrations and vocabulary!
Students read the Fall poem at the Word Work Center!
Students get to rip a fall tree out of
construction paper. This not only enhances
their fine motor skills but fosters a sense
of imagination and creation. We use our
beautiful Fall trees to decorate our
classroom and hallway for Fall!
I wrote a
color sentence on each leaf. Students use
pointers to read each leaf during center
write the word Fall and illustrate a
beautiful Fall picture.
to add the correct number of "leaves" on
each tree. I dyed bowtie pasta different
fall colors to make my fall manipulatives.
class made an
ABC Fall/Autumn pattern!
do leaf rubbings! Students sort different colors of
leaves at the Math Center! I purchased some fake
leaves at the Dollar Tree for this activity!
see how many pennies will sink a leaf! I purchase
cheap pie pans at the Dollar Tree for this activity.
go on a fall hunt!
make pinecone bird feeders.