These scarecrows with student photos are adorable.
Join up with the teacher next door to you and design autumn themed classroom doors beside each other. I love these two side by side autumn tree and scarecrow classroom doors!
I love this cheerful scarecrow classroom door design that is perfect for Fall and Thanksgiving themes.
I've "Fall-en In Love" with these 2 classroom doors that are side by side and decorated with autumn themes!
"Happy Fall Ya'll!" I love this extra large scarecrow classroom door display that is great for Autumn!
"The Giving Tree," by Shel Silverstein, is a wonderful book to read your students in the fall and it's easy to create a colorful fall bulletin board display with your students' creative writing assignments. You can find lesson plan ideas for the "The Giving Tree" here: http://www.uniqueteachingresources.com/Giving-Tree-Lesson-Plans.html
This page contains a large list of creative writing prompts for November and Thanksgiving.
I love how the teacher created the letters "LEAF" out of leaves. This is a great idea for a Fall bulletin board display that highlights reading.
These crow (or raven) projects were made using paper bags and would be great to add to a fall bulletin board display with a scarecrow, fall leaves, and pumpkins.
"Happy Fall Ya'll" is a fun title for a fall bulletin board display. I like the rake that this teacher has added to her display to give it an eye catching 3D effect.
This is a colorful idea for a Fall classroom door display using owls (Whoo - Whoo's there?) and leaves.
A great way to create 3d fall trees.
Creating a barn out of your classroom door is a creative idea for a classroom door display. I like how the teacher used hay and flowers with students' photos inside as part of her decorations.
"Fall Into a Good Book" using leaf writing templates is a great way create a fall bulletin board display that highlights reading.
This is a cute turkey project using 3-inch and a 6-inch craft foam balls that are cut in half and painted brown. Use yellow, orange, and brown tail feathers and glue sequins on them. Add wiggly eyes, pipe cleaners for the legs, and orange construction paper for the beak. These turkeys have a flat back, so they could also be added to a Thanksgiving bulletin board display to give it a fun 3 dimensional effect.
"Candy Corn on the Cob" Cut out corncob shapes out of craft foam or heavy construction paper and paint them orange, yellow, and brown. Glue candy corn on them, punch two holes in the top of each ear and string a green ribbon through them to tie them all together.
"Tree-rific Books" with a large tree with leaves and books in its branches is a great idea for a Fall bulletin board display that will encourage your students to branch out and read during the fall.
"Something to Crow About in ____ (teacher's name) Class!" and large student scarecrow projects are great ideas for a Fall bulletin board display.
"Fall In Love With ______" is a popular title for an autumn bulletin board display. This teacher has added student photos inside the leaves (along the top and right) and her tree and pumpkin patch are very eye-catching.
These "Fall Tree Paintings" were completed by Grade 2 students.
The “owl collages” created by these 1st Grade students are adorable. They sketched their owl on the paper, tore up brown paper and glued it onto the body, then painted the eyes on an egg carton. For a fall themed bulletin board display and creative writing assignment, I’d add the title and writing topic “This Fall It’s a Hoot To Read!”
I know this picture isn't related to lesson plan ideas, but I love this gorgeous picture of fall colors from Chattanooga, TN. This must be one spectacular drive to do when the leaves are in full color like this photograph!
This teacher's use of fall colors makes her "We are having a HOOT this fall" bulletin board display very eye-catching.
"Whoooo Loves Books?" with owls and autumn leaves is a cute idea for an autumn reading bulletin board display.