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Katie Wheeler
Katie Wheeler
Katie Wheeler

Katie Wheeler

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Miniature Christmas Symbols Kit--Great idea for a childrens Sunday school lesson or a little gift packet for neighbor or teacher with an ornament of each of the item in a bag. (Free 4 x 6 printable included here! )

I used popcorn (don't judge) and added a bright red leaf. It's beautiful!

No Cook Gluten Free Edible Pumpkin Pie Play Clay from Fun at Home with Kids

tissue paper fall wreath - happy hooligans - fall crafts & fine motor

This emergent reader little book is a great way to begin reading with young students. This story uses a predictable pattern, "Fall, fall, what do you see?" to support emerging readers. This story includes several Fall vocabulary words, such as fall, squirrel, tree, red leaf, orange leaf, yellow leaf, brown leaf, and pumpkin.

Song, "Leaves are Falling" (tune: "Jingle Bells")

Leaf Crafts for Kids: Colored Salt Dough Leaf Impressions - Head outdoors to grab the main "ingredient" for these fall crafts for kids. Once they have found their favorite leaves encourage them to head inside and leave their mark in this fun DIY kids project.

Teach it With Class: Spookley

Spookley Game--Shapes.pdf

Great fall numeracy activity! You can also use only prime numbers or have kids do a "connect the corn" search for them where they have to pick the corn in order. ~Bon

Farm Crafts Round-Up from LearnCreateLove.com Pinned by Penina Penina Rybak MA/CCC-SLP, TSHH CEO Socially Speaking LLC Twitter:@PopGoesPenina Facebook: Socially Speaking LLC www.SociallySpeak...

bat jamboree activities | This little one wrote that her bat was singing One Direction ~ cute!

How to clean dishwasher

Little Bird Kindergarten Blog Post: Bits About Bats close reading annotations!

turn a "tree map" into a cooperative learning game!! A BLAST!

DIY ● Tutorial ● starfish salt dough garland, this would be so Mich cheaper, and we could put their initials in them!!! Man, genious right here!