I don’t know about you all, but I absolutely LOVE fall. I love the vibrant colors, warm sweaters, and all of the fun fall festivities! One of my favorite fall traditions is picking out the perfect pumpkin and then enjoying hot apple cider. Yum!
I created a fun and engaging unit for K-2, called Falling for Autumn. I designed an adorable squirrel craft that your students can create after reading fall texts and/or learning about fall animals. They can write about one book or animal fact they are “nuts about.” I love this little guy!
I also included another cute (and easy to prep) craft and writing activity called, “Aw…Shucks!” For this activity, have your students write about a time they were disappointed or let down. After they complete the activity, display their work altogether to create a cute “corn field display.” This activity would pair perfectly with books about learning from mistakes.
In addition, you’ll find lots of activities for students to write fiction/non-fiction stories and poetry about fall. Plus, many different fall themed literacy, math and science activities and centers.
In this packet, you will find:
-an apple story and life cycle organizer
-sweet or rotten (short a/long a) sorting activity and scavenger hunt
-creative writing activities
-ABC Order center activity
-fall word search
-fall five senses mini-booklet
-math tub centers and scavenger hunt (fall word problems, apple pie survey, addition and subtraction center activities)
-two fall crafts with writing templates
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What’s your favorite fall festivity?
Leave me a comment telling me about it. The first person to comment will get the packet for free!