Fall learning! This post has links and printables for fall learning fun. Here are 20 toddler fall learning activities for preschoolers described in an informational blog post by Toddler Approved. The post shares learning activities centered around preschool concepts like learning about numbers, the alphabet, hands-on science, shapes, and color activities.
Next, learning with a round up of fall apple theme ideas is fun with 40+ ideas from the Measured Mom. The Measured Mom always has nice educational child-centered activities and lots of free printables to share. This post has ideas for an apple unit for K-2. It includes links to MANY free printables, DYI ideas, and even a linky party. These could all be used at home or at school.
Wildflower Ramblings has a set of free leaf identification printable set of cards. You could print these off on a smaller scale (at four per page), punch a hole in the corner, and put a ring binder on these to take with you for leaf hunting with your own little botanist. They would also be a nice set for homeschools or schools.
Living Montessori Today has a Montessori-inspired autumn leaf blog post with many wonderful ideas for children. This post has links to some amazing resources available online. There is a link to Deb’s Autumn Leaf Unit Study board on Pinterest which has even more links to resources of all types and for a wide range of ages. The ideas for children to do are so clearly laid out and demonstrated well in photos so they are easy to replicate at home or at school.
The Jenny Evolution has fall sensory activities at your fingertips at this blog post. Each link goes to a post with complete information, such as the apple sewing craft. This craft has step by step information, a list of supplies needed, and photos to help understand the project.
Complete directions with step by step photos, supplies required, and tips on how to complete fall leaves using black glue art project are at this post by the Mess for Less blog.
Castle View Academy has a post about building a bat house and garden, written beginning with her son’s desire to learn about echolocation. The family attended International Bat Night to learn about homes for bats and much more. They built a double chambered bat house, for one thing. Later, they turned bat detectors on and set them to 50 frequency. Learn more at her post.
The Kid’s Activities Blog has a post with 50 autumn activities for family time. This resource has ideas for everyone. For them, Autumn means a chance to go on fun family dates. Each Saturday morning they do an activity together as a family. Get some ideas for your family at this post.
The Imagination Tree blog post about their Autumn Exploration Table might inspire you to offer some hands-on learning for your children or students. They found an abundance of leaves, conkers, acorns and seeds outside over the past few weeks, and put together a sensory and educational table. Looks like so much fun, too.
The Powerful Mothering blog has a post with 75 Halloween craft ideas for kids. Some of the links are Easy Halloween Craft Ideas which are perfect for your toddler and preschooler. I hope your family will find some enjoyable activities in this wonderful post with links and photos.
Ghost bowling is a fun activity that children can help make and have fun using, too. No Time For Flashcards has a post at this link with photos and information about how to make this game. Step by step information is provided.
Have you seen the Wise Owl Factory October and November freebies page? Click on this link to find all the ALWAYS free resources.
Thank you for reading, Carolyn