Category Archives: Fall Lesson Plans
From babysittingjobs.com Posted on November 4, 2012 by admin | in Babysitting Jobs As the weather cools down and more time is spent inside with the kids, it’s nice to have some simple go-to fall craft ideas that recycle items … Continue reading
Submitted by Shannon P. Disguise Tom Turkey so that he will not be eaten for Thanksgiving! Give students a turkey pattern and have them disguise any way they see fit (or give them your guidelines). Then have them write about … Continue reading
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From www.becomeananny.com One of the most important lessons that a parent can instill in a child is a sense of gratitude and an appreciation for their relative good fortune when measured against the far less prosperous citizens that make up … Continue reading
Submitted by Mandy M. I bring a pumpkin into class. After talking about circumference, I have students estimate the circumference of the pumpkin by cutting a piece of yarn. They then measure the yarn. One at a time, the students … Continue reading
From babysittingjobs.com Posted on September 19, 2012 by admin | in Babysitting Jobs Setting the table for Thanksgiving dinner requires a little more work than a normal family affair, and handmade placements help add the perfect mix of creativity and … Continue reading
From aupaircare.net Published on September 19, 2012, by admin in Au Pair. As harvest time approaches and the heat of summer gives way to the cooler weather of fall, family outings and school field trips to pumpkin patches and apple … Continue reading
What you need: cardboard or card stock aluminum foil picture to color in clear plastic wrap magic markers(permanent) 1. Cut card board or card stock to the shape you want your project. 2. Cover in foil. 3. Place picture on … Continue reading
Submitted by Karen M Karen asks her students for Thanksgiving recipes. Try this anytime of year! Younger students can dictate, slightly older students can write them out and illustrate. Enjoy! “Like” Teachertime123 on Facebook KINDERGARTEN THANKSGIVING RECIPES 2011 TURKEY: You … Continue reading
“We Are Thankful” Students write about what they are most thankful. Submitted by Becca S
Gobble Up Glyphs- pictorial form of data collection- math and Thanksgiving art project for elementary, bulletin board
Glyphs are a pictorial form of data collection. Use traditional projects and turn them into mathematical glyphs that allow students to organize and analyze data. In this glyph: Color of body- Tan if going away for Thanksgiving, brown if … Continue reading
1. Cut strips into paper bag (about 1/3 of way up) to create its tail feathers. Students should have this section colored first. 2. Stuff front of paper bag. Rubber band it. 3. Add feet, head.
Have a turkey pattern for students trace and cut out (or have it ready for them if they are younger). Have students add colorful feathers. Use glitter for feet and wattle. This is a good opportunity to display a writing … Continue reading
From makingfriends.com Makes a beautiful bulletin board display for you class or Sunday school room You need: Golden Leaf Frames Card Stock in Autumn Colors Scissors Glue Stick Pencil Fine Point Marker Instructions: Gently punch out inner sections of leaves. … Continue reading