An interesting and fun way to introduce a lesson, is with a KWL. This is a graphic representation of what students KNOW, WHAT they WANT to find out, and finally, what they have LEARNED, when you've completed your unit. There are quite a few topics in the fall that lend themselves to KWL's.
You can make all sorts of number games and math centers with these leaf cards. Students can play independently or with a partner. Includes a 3-page tip-list of ideas.
Help students practice counting, graphing, colors, identifying shapes, and addition + listening and following directions, with these 4 worksheets. Afterwards, have children analyze their graph, by asking them the questions from the discussion sheet. This is a special fall FREEBIE in my TpT shop.
Help reinforce number (1-10) recognition, sequencing, and skip counting by 10's, as students use fine motor skills and advanced thinking, to put the numbered fall puzzles together. You can also use the puzzles to make an autumn flip and find booklet. (See photo.) There are 12 different puzzles, with numbers 1-10, as well as 12 matching puzzles, with skip-counted numbers by 10's.
Run off on red, yellow and green construction paper; laminate and trim the 66 antonym apples to make puzzles. Use them for games too, such as Memory Match or toss them in a basket and have students choose several, to play "I Have; Who Has?" The apples provide 132 words to help build student vocabularies. A blank apple template is also included.
Be sure and check out my list of 290 antonyms + a cover so students can make their own antonym word booklets.
I've also included 80 synonym leaves with 2 blank leaf templates. Run off on green construction paper, laminate and trim. Encourage students to write in synonyms of their own.
Quick, easy and effective way to teach/review ordinal numbers along with patterning. Students number the items and color the themed-object in an ABAB or ABCABC pattern. They also draw lines from the ordinal number word, to the matching object in line.
18 pages. Common Core State Standard RI.K1d Use these alphabet leaves in a variety of ways, including flashcards, bulletin board aids, borders, and games. Includes upper and lowercase letters + a blank template for you to program and a tip sheet of
7 pages. A fun hands-on "craftivity" for students to visualize the concept of chlorophyll in an artistic way. Includes a graphing extension and game. It's hard to see on the photo, but the yellow part of the leaf is folded over and flipped up to see the
The abstract clip art on the cover, was the inspiration for this easy reader, which will help you reinforce 2D shapes. Children read the simple sentence, trace and write the shape word, and then draw the shapes on the tree. Updated to include the hexagon shape too.