Fall Bulletin Board
Finger painted leaves and arm and hand print branches made up our fall tree.
Fall Color Pocket Chart using Children’s Names
________ saw _______ leaves falling.
(Child’s name) (Color leaf)
Tami saw red leaves falling.
Cody saw yellow leaves falling.
Children painted leaves with different colors of paint. Once they finished painting their leaf they pressed and rub a sheet of white paper on top of the painted leaf. Children can embellish their prints by sprinkle glitter onto the wet paint.
Leaf Math Cards
Set out a supply of craft foam leaf for counters. You can purchase them from a dollar store. Give each child a bucket math mat, one dice and one dry erasable marker.
Have children roll the dice and identify the number on the dice. Next have the children count out that number of leaves and place them in one of the buckets. Once the children have filled their first bucket with the right amount of leaves have them roll their dice again and do the same thing with the second bucket. Once both of the buckets are full have them add the two together and write the amount in the square.To make the math mat simply click on the link above and make copies of the math mats onto card stock. Cut each sheet in half and then laminate for durability
For more Fall Fun Lesson Plan Ideas go to Teachers Pay Teachers
This 63 page lesson is packed full of ideas that will turn your classroom into fall wonderland. This lesson is full of hands on approach at learning through play that are sure to spark the interest of all children in your classroom and give them the joy of life long learning. This lesson will cover large group activities, small group activities, science and math activities, language and literacy actives along with creative art ideas and movement ideas.
You will find in this lesson:
Letter Bingo Game
Word Wall Cards
Math Grid Mats
Math Dice Game Mats
Flannel Board Story
Pocket Chart Story
Leaf Pattern Cards
Writing Center Cards
Color Sorting Mats
Letter sound Cards
Leaf Memory Game