From Chalkboards To Strollers: Autumn Scavenger Hunt For Toddlers and Pre-Schoolers

From Chalkboards To Strollers: Autumn Scavenger Hunt For Toddlers and Pre-Schoolers - This is great for just paying attention to the world around you! And I think with older kids you could make it a race!

10 Autumn Songs for Preschoolers. Many of these are tied to movement! Especially love the Scarecrow Rhyme, which allows for lots of stretching high and low. Add in some cross-lateral movements too (left arm pats right knee, switch) for great brain integration!

10 Autumn Songs for Preschoolers

10 Autumn Songs for Preschoolers. Many of these are tied to movement! Especially love the Scarecrow Rhyme, which allows for lots of stretching high and low. Add in some cross-lateral movements too (left arm pats right knee, switch) for great brain integra

Apple Pie Sensory Bin - a cinnamon-scented, textured sensory bin full of math and language opportunities. An easy fall learning activity for…

September- Apple Pie Sensory Bin - a cinnamon-scented, textured sensory bin full of math and language opportunities. An easy fall learning activity for kids!

Narrative Writing - Great for back-to-school time! Students will love writing about their summer experiences with this beginning of the school year narrative writing project.

Narrative Writing ~ My Summer

Narrative Writing: Great for back-to-school time or the end of the school year! Students will love writing about their summer plans or summer experiences with this narrative writing project. This fun and versatile project is differentiated for and grades.

Autumn painting with nature is an exciting process art technique for kids that explores textures and patterns in a fun and open-ended way.

Painting With Nature - Process Art

Autumn painting with nature is an exciting process art technique for kids that explores textures and patterns in a fun and open-ended way.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Leaf Hedgehogs

hedgehog fall leaf craft - I did this with my son's class and it was a total hit. I'd recommend using leaves that aren't brown yet, as the brown leaves are more brittle and hard for kids it work with.

Clay hedgehogs?! This will be great when we start reading all of my favorite Jan Brett books! The kiddos always love Hedgie.

Sun Hats & Wellie Boots: Activities & Books for Kids Exploring Hibernation

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