Lots fun non-holiday fall songs and rhymes for home or classroom (many are YouTube videos listed by theme)

Free Fall Songs and Rhymes for Circle Time

fall poem/song for preschool, kindergarten, first grade *free printable!*

fall poem song for preschool, kindergarten, first This could be used as a brain break, but still stays with the topic of seasons. Modify the poem to the season you are covering.

"I'm a Little Scarecrow" Song with motions/movement. to the tune of "I'm a Little Teapot"

Scarecrow theme: I'm a Little Scarecrow" Song with motions/movement. to the tune of "I'm a Little Teapot"

Scarecrow Unit! TONS of Math, Reading, and Writing Activities! And a FREEBIE!

A Spoonful of Learning: Scarecrows- Week 1 & a FREEBIE!--awesome page, but for my threes this is the best for learning about body parts and clothing choices

Fingerprint Corn - Great for pre-school aged kids. #Thanksgiving #DIY

Made for assisted living home tables.Indian corn,"Kernals" made using different colored inkpads and either little fingerprints or the tip of a pencil eraser.husks made with paper bags & Rafia bows.

Interactive math-Roll, Add and Color the Spiders! Such a great way to work on adding 3 addends!

Roll 2 dice, add the numbers and color spider! Super fun way to practice adding 3 addends! interactive math to 20 packet from Moffatt Girls. Added to wishllist on TPT

a fantastic nonfiction reader about bats. My first graders LOVED this!

A day in first grade: Monday, Monday.and a whole bunch of bat centers!

Most Popular Teaching Resources: The Colors of Fall FREE Emergent Reader

The Colors of Fall FREE Emergent Reader

Fall is my favorite season of the year. I love all the colors that come as the weather turns cooler, and decided to create a fall emergent reader to bring the colors of fall into the classroom.

Sensory bin for fall. Great for toddlers, preschoolers, or older children!

Fall Sensory Bin

Beautiful Fall Sensory Bin - using corn gives it a nice fall color and would not be as messy as sand. I would use real leaves and possibly add mini pumpkins

A spider reader your students will LOVE.

A day in first grade: October Mapped Out and Spiders! {and your chance to win!