We’re getting seriously excited for the changing of the seasons. Autumn is a beautiful time of year in many parts of the U.S., and it gives us an excuse to drink warm apple cider, indulge in pumpkin sweets, and spend time outside enjoying the changing of the leaves. We’ve also come across some great fall activity ideas for the classroom, which is why we asked you to share yours on social media!
We rounded up some of our favorite fall fun activities and resources (from the hashtag #TpTLovesFall) on Instagram and from a recent Facebook post. Enjoy these awesome autumn picks!
This Pumpkin Life Cycle Activity by WOWorksheets is for grades K-2.
Sam Nowak says “Kiddies match letters according to the little picture and stretch out their sounds to spell fall-themed words in this activity from my Everything Autumn” pack!”
Michelle Griffo from Apples and ABC’s loves this activity she does with her littles. “Sponge paint and then some writing!”
TpT’er Stephanie Donaldson shared something fun students and teachers look forward to every fall. “We have an Apple Fest. We taste different apples, graph our favorites, learn all about Johnny Appleseed, make apple crafts, and eat apple goodies!”
Curriculum Castle is excited for the changing of seasons! “It’s that time of year…pumpkin everything! Our Time to the Hour Puzzle Match Up Center is no exception. Be sure to grab this freebie in our store!”
“Great for my work with ELL students. Thanks so much for sharing!” a fellow TpT’er says of Correct Word Usage Task Cards, a freebie from Fern Smith’s Classroom Ideas.
Autism Classroom News-Christine Reeve says, “I am so ready for apples, pumpkins, and cooler weather. I am loving how these Receptive Vocabulary Activities came out! Nice combo of print-and-go as well as reusable activities.”
The Little Ladybug Shop is sharing some awesome autumn-themed resources from her TpT Store. She says fall is her favorite time of year!
Three cheers for fall! And apple picking. And cozy sweaters. And pumpkin-spiced everything. Go ahead and share your own fall photos using the hashtag #TpTLovesFall.