This is an oldie but a goodie. This page is from the Mailbox Magazine Teachers' Helper. The kids read the color words and then used watercolor paints to paint each leaf.
This is another oldie from the Mailbox Magazine Teachers' Helper. The kids had to cut and sort the pictures for fall. There are two pictures glued on the back that show a winter scene and a spring scene.
We created these little leaf men. I have had this pattern since my student teaching days many moons ago.
We completed a fall Circle Map.
We made these fun scarecrows to practice our color words. This idea was shared by Kim Jordano on her site. Be sure to check out her site. http://kinderbykim.blogspot.com
All of the kids' projects were placed inside a manilla paper pocket.
We made our fall trees using Kaye Esponisa's TLC Fall Book. The kids had to use their hands to tear the construction paper. You can find more of Kaye's books at her site www.tlclessons.com
This is another project from Kaye and TLC. We added the sight word sentence.
We used our TLC scarecrows to decorate the hall outside of the classroom.
Just look at those beauties! The kids loved their special fall treat and had so much fun wearing the plastic leaf rings.
Thanks for hanging in there to the end of this post!
It finally feels like fall today with the weather outside. :)
Have a great weekend.