Apples, galore! How do you like yours? I love mine with peanut butter or Nutella. Yummo! Here is a fun activity you can do at home with your own littles or in your PreK-1st grade classroom. This activity turns into a great keepsake for parents!!
Do you love candy corn as much as I do? What about incorporating it into a math assessment or math station? Students will have so much fun showing what they know with comparing numbers! This product is also very easy to differentiate and can be used in kinder through third grade!
My last activity to share today is the Tree of Thanks! I thank the good Lord every day for the blessings in my life. We need to share with our kiddos how truly blessed we are! It's a great conversation! The Tree of Thanks is also easy to change up for older students. You could have students write a short poem including things they are thankful for or have them write a few sentences. I cannot wait to see what our tree will look like at the end of November! If you use this idea at home, add one leaf each day to show your family's gratitude! If you use this in your classroom, each student can add their own "thankful" leaf.
All of the above activities along with a bunch more can be found in my two new fall creations: Piles of Smiles!
What is your favorite fall classroom activity? I'd love to hear from you!