What’s the best part about Thanksgiving time? Going on a turkey hunt of course!
Today, our we used our hands to discover the way the veins on a leaf feels as we created leaf imprints in foil!
Did you know a leaf can be much more than just a leaf? Come and see what our leaves turned out to be!
Taking a walk through our “forest” to gather up the colors of fall!
Exploring the basics of graphing in preschool with the leaves of fall!
Our prek class explored the making of a sticky paper scarecrow by rotating through each of our three scarecrow creative stations.
We played a simple game to take a look at the textures of our scarecrows a little more closely in preschool!
The seeds of fall are all around us and they make a wonderful resource for investigation and discovery!
The surprise of beautiful paintings were part of the fun in this acorn painting process!
Collecting, counting, and tweezing acorns in the summer time – isn’t this supposed to be a fall activity?
We made beautiful nature shadow boxes in our prek class!
Enjoying the last few pretty days of fall outdoors with this fun parachute game in preschool.
Making simple and no-mess fall leaf finger paintings in preschool.
Our class LOVED exploring crayon melting and making leaves. This was an idea we will definitely be trying again this year.
We used egg cartons to make fall leaf prints on our trees in preschool!
We made leaf man puppets in preschool to go with the Leaf Man book by Lois Ehlert!
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