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.
The children loved using their very own checklists as they went on a leaf hunt today 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!
Today was a beautiful fall day here! It was windy with a little chill in the air but bright and sunny. And the leaves were falling everywhere. I think because of the leaf exchange I participated in, I am extremely aware of every leaf I see on the ground right now:-) Every time I see […]
One of the wonderful things about online networking in early childhood education is the chance to participate in unique activities like a leaf exchange… I hadn’t really thought about how not every state has a true fall season like we do here in Indiana. The leaf exchange is designed to share leaves that are common […]
The trees in my back yard are all starting to change colors. I live in the middle of the woods so finding an ample supply of fall leaves is not a problem… Fall leaves lend themselves to wonderful opportunities for scientific discovery. For every science activity, I like to start with a question… How long […]
Making homemade game mats can lead to surprising learning opportunities!
This is an interesting symmetrical fall activity to try! Cut out a leaf and fold it in half… Open and cut on the fold… Glue 1/2 of the leaf to a sheet of construction paper… Now draw the other half…