is a beautiful time of year. The weather
is just right and if it gets a little to
chilly, you can always grab a hot apple
cider and warm up a bit. Teaching is a
Work of Heart wishes you a fantastic
fall. We hope your classroom is filled
with pumpkins, apples, and scarecrows.
This page should help you find a few idea
to make fall fun in your classroom.
- Have your students break into teams of
2-3. Give each player five apple seeds.
Each player takes a turn tossing their
five seeds onto the board. They add up
the points for each seed that lands on an
apple square. The person with the highest
number wins. Play agian!
a Scarecrow A mini book for you to print.
Cut on the lines and staple the pages
together to form a book. Have your
students color. Have them read their book
to a friend and an adult. (k-2)
Print and Laminate. Cut out each
scarecrow box and place in a pocket
chart. Cut out each crow and place in a
jar next to your chart. The student must
place the number of scraecrows scared
next to the scarecrow. (k-1)
You can have your students complete this
sheet by reading it on their own (1-3) or
you may read it to your students and have
them follow your verbal instructions.
Color and Write
Student colors the scarecrow picture and
then writes a sentence or a paragraph
about the picture. (k-3)