Anytime the season changes it becomes a wonderful chance to it make it a theme for your lesson plan at your preschool. Exciting crafts can be found as it is seasons with an abundant number of fun projects!
Preschool and kindergarten theme ideas for Fall!
Kreatywne Bliźniaki created this really neat activity that involves counting seeds in order to develop math skills and match one’s seeds with those on pictures of pumpkins. It is fun and when paired with the free printables it makes for a low-prep math activity that is without a doubt perfect for Fall!
We have been loving our celebration of this autumn season. Leaves galore. I have been slowly adding loose parts into our work time. My classroom is a mix of many philosophies. Also, I enjoy offering the children many different ways to build a child’s skills. For some children, I am introducing new skills, such as cutting with a scissors, for the first time. When one of our little guys learned to cut, he giggled every time he cut his leaf. Pure joy and a great feeling for a teacher.
One fun activity each classroom at a school can do is creating their very own scarecrow in the form of a contest! That is just what they did at Primrose School of Heritage Wake Forest in Wake Forest, North Carolina where they had a, “Fall Festival Scarecrow Contest,” which resulted in amazing one-of-a-kind creations! Check out the scarecrows below for inspiration you can use to make your own!
Bright Start Preschool of Hobart, Indiana was excited to unveil what they were calling, “Our Fall hall,” which features a variety of incredible door and bulletin board decorations. Give them a look below and see if they help give you ideas for your own possible preschool classroom decor!
At Elite Education in Gallatin, Tennessee we had a great deal of fun with our school Fall festival! Check out our Fall-themed games and activities below!
Our art class today was inspired by Andy Goldsworthy. Andy Goldsworthy is an artist who uses natural materials such as leaves and stones to create site-specific sculptures that reflect a relationship between the materials and their surroundings.
It was such a pleasure to see our students working with nature.