Fall


11 pages.

Reinforce fire safety practices with this easy craftivity, where students promise to never play with fire. The flames are a child's hand prints. (Look closely and you'll see that they've been crinkled to look more like flames.) Older students attach their "bonfire" to a writing prompt paper, (2 choices) color and complete the prompt.  I've included a "We Promise" pledge poster for everyone to sign.  This craftivity has been up-dated and is a special FREEBIE in my TpT shop.  Click on the link to grab your copy today: Keep Your Hands Off Fire!

20 pages.

Quick easy and fun way to reinforce upper and lowercase letters.  Use as a whole group assessment tool, for games, or an independent center. Great for "early finishers" too.  This packet will be free for an entire year, after which time it will be up-dated and put in Diane's Dollar Deals in my TpT shop.

22 pages.

Your students will have fun counting pumpkin seeds, while practicing their number to number word recognition.  The packet includes several games, and worksheets.

57 pages.

This fun scarecrow craft is very versatile.  I've included "patches" for a variety of standards: Upper and lowercase letters, vowels, blends, beginning sounds, matching words with pictures, numbers 0-30, odd and even, shapes, colors, contractions, compound words, CVC words, and rhyming words.  Choose whichever one you want to work on.  Students make their scarecrow and then trim and glue on the appropriate patches. The 184-page jumbo packet, also includes worksheets, posters, pocket chart cards, and games too.  The "craftivity portion" will be FREE for an entire year!  After that, you can purchase it for only $5.95 in my TpT shop. Thanks much for stopping by.

12 pages.

I think if you include a simple and quick craft for students to make and attach to their writing prompt, they'll get more excited.  I've included 24 scarecrow-themed writing prompts for them to choose from.  As you can see by the photo, there are 2 ways to display children's work.  Completed projects make an awesome bulletin board, or look sweet hanging back-to-back from the ceiling. 

5 pages

Make Patrick, the paper chain scarecrow and hang from the ceiling to review patterning, counting, subtraction etc.  Make enough links in an ABAB or ABC color pattern, for however many days are in October.  Tear off a link as each day passes.  Via discussion, have students count how many days are left 'til your Halloween party, field trip to the pumpkin patch or whatever.  A raffia bow adds that finishing  touch.  If you have time, have students make their own scarecrow in a variety of colors. Suspend from the ceiling or along a hallway wall for a lovely autumn display.

8 pages.

Students will enjoy creating this cute scarecrow-themed welcome fall banner, as they practice their writing skills.  Glue writing prompts on the back. (There are 3 options.) Suspend completed projects from the ceiling.

6 pages.

Review a variety of 2D shapes with this quick, easy and fun paper plate scarecrow craft.  There's a poem to glue on the back that helps practice rhyming words, as well as incorporating another genre for your students to learn about. 

14 pages.

This is a quick, easy and fun game that you can make for an independent alphabet center, which will help reinforce upper and lowercase letter identification.  This packet will be FREE for an entire year, after which time it will be updated and put in Diane's Dollar Deals in my TpT shop. Click on the link to pop on over.

13 pages.

Often teachers are so busy teaching, that sometimes they can miss important things that are happening in their students' lives.  Putting up a tweet board on a door, wall or bulletin board, helps you stay informed and builds community.  A more caring classroom will be created. This is a special FREEBIE in my TpT shop.  Click on the link to grab your copy today:Sweet Tweets.

 

 

 

 

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