Fall Art Activity: Lego-Painted Pumpkins - Every Little Adventure
This is such a fun fall art craft for young children! Painting pumpkins with Lego blocks helps build fine motor skills, too!
LEAF CUTTING TRAY - HAPPY TODDLER PLAYTIME
A quick and easy fine motor scissor skills activity cutting leaves. It's a great Fall activity to do after a nature walk.
Fizzing Pumpkins Halloween Science
These fizzing pumpkin treasure rocks are great Halloween STEM / STEAM fun for kids. They're perfect party favors for your Halloween bash, too.
20 Preschool Autumn Sensory Bins - Stay At Home Educator
A preschool autumn sensory bin can serve as a means to not only meet the sensory needs of preschoolers and be a means to explore math, reading and science.
Halloween Activites: Candy Corn Counting
Since my kids are so excited about Halloween, I thought I would try and incorporate some Halloween activities into our learning activities. This Candy Corn Counting game takes little time to set up and can played using any variety of candy you happen to have around. If your little ones are counting down the days until Halloween, you can also have some fun with a Halloween Invitation to Play and Black Glue and Watercolor Pumpkins. You will need: 10 Foam sheet pumpkins Candy corn Permanent…
Letter P Week
Letter P Week has been PERFECT! This week our primary theme was Pumpkins. We love PUMPKINS! Our literacy center featured pump...
Tissue Paper Fall Wreath - Happy Hooligans
A tissue paper fall wreath is the perfect fall craft for toddlers and preschoolers. Easy, inexpensive, and so pretty!
Fall Playdough Recipes - KTeacherTiff
Scented, fall-themed playdough is so simple to make! Once you have your basic playdough recipe, it’s really all about adding the coloring and the mix-ins to make it smell amazing. First, gather your ingredients. The best play dough recipe I have found (and I’ve made a lot) calls or 1 cup flour, 1/2 cup salt, 1 tablespoon oil, 1 tablespoon cream of tartar, and 1 cup water. This is the base for every type of play dough I make. Dump the dry ingredients into a pot. Add the wet ingredients.
Fall Poems for Preschool | Mrs. A's Room
These fall poems are perfect for your preschool or kindergarten class! These poetry packs are full of ideas and activities for your shared reading time, and your kiddos will love them!
Fall no-prep Free Math and ELA Printables for Pre-K and Kinder
I'm so glad to share with you this great Little set of 10 no prep printable sheets for Math and ELA fall centers. (you can also try the SPANISH VERSION)The topics covered in this set are:Numbers from 1 to 10ColorsAlphabet lettersFall itemsActivities or tasks cover:Write numbersTrace numbers and lett...
Halloween One-to-One Correspondence Activities
Fun, hands-on Halloween counting activities - pumpkin and spider theme ideas for teaching one-to-one correspondence skills in your preschool classroom.
Fall Numbers Trace and Count
Fall trace and count FREE Here are three fall-themed tracing and counting pages for early learners. Count the sets, recognize and trace the numbers, add extra details and color if desired. If you find these pages useful, I would LOVE some feedback! KidSparkz Teacher Resources ******************...
Storytime STEAM with 5 Little Pumpkins
Use a classic Halloween rhyme as your inspiration to get started with hands-on Preschool STEM activities. Grab some pouch lids and some blocks.
Colour Mixing Pumpkin Activity
Mess free and perfect for learning about colour mixing or mark making. This easy mess free pumpkin activity is perfect for kids!
Five Little Pumpkins STEM Challenge
The Five Little Pumpkins book is a classic Halloween or pumpkin themed staple for the fall season. Our Five Little Pumpkins activity is perfect to pair with it too! Whether you have passed counting to 5, you can still try out this fun STEM activity and see if you can get 5 little pumpkins to sit on the gate or fence. My son still fondly remembers this awesome story. We love pairing our pumpkin books with STEM activities, check it out! FIVE LITTLE PUMPKINS STEM CHALLENGE FIVE LITTLE PUMPKINS…
Fall Finger Painting and Two Free Finger Painting Printables
Finger painting is not something we do often in my classroom. Why, you ask? No, you probably do not ask why! :) Painting can be messy enough even with a paintbrush! But this past week, the children were given the opportunity to finger paint some fall trees and the results were pretty great. Each tree was very unique, just like the artists who painted them! Take a peek at the results on my blog post. While you're there, you may want to download a free tree printable for your own painting…