Take a moment and focus on your breathing. A big breath in and out. Now, close your eyes, imagine when you were a kid and summer was coming to an end and FALL was just around the corner.
The chilly mornings, the warm sunny afternoons. Ahhhh….
Now, as an adult, I’m always rushing through life and I forget to stop and smell the leaves during this time of year.
I have created a Fall to-do list this year. Making sure I take advantage of the season and enjoy all that it has to offer.
- Corn Maze
- Take a Drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway – seriously the best fall drive ever!!
- Pumpkin Picking
- Walk the Crozet Blue Ridge Tunnel
- Chill on the front porch in the morning, watching the sun crest over the Blue Ridge Mountains and drink a cup of warm apple cider or tea (I am still trying not to drink coffee, I know sad, right!)
That’s my list for now and I can’t wait!
This time of year, I am always on the lookout for ways to bring Fall into the classroom. I want students to live the season and experience FALL as much as I can within the classroom walls.
We write about Fall. We play Fall games. We go on a Fall scavenger hunt. We taste apple cider (many for the first time, and many do not like, I believe it’s an acquired taste (-;)
See how these Fabulous Fall resources can help you create ENGAGING and FUN-FILLED FALL lessons!
Fall Digital Breakout Escape Rooms K-5
Here is a list of Fall Digital Breakout Escape Rooms for your students to enjoy! Check out this post for additional Fall Digital Breakout Escape Rooms.
I’m sure you will find one that will meet your FALL Classroom Needs!
Sleepy squirrel has forgotten to save enough food for winter. Help Sleepy squirrel find clues to unlock a forgotten stash of acorns.
Summer is gone… The temperature is dropping, the leaves are falling, and animals are preparing for winter. Happy Fall! Let’s have some FALL fun!
Scarecrow is working hard this fall to keep those pesky birds away from the crops. But it sure is lonely out in the field. Help scarecrow finds someone to talk with, maybe a new BEST friend.
Fall Garden Snack Attack™ – A Feed Me Game
This Snack Attack™ printable game is a perfect addition to your literacy and math centers this fall! Your students will enjoy feeding each fall garden item while also learning/practicing counting, ten frames, sounds, CVC words, and rhyming.
Check out this post here for additional information!
So many more fall resources to choose from – click HERE to explore!
- Fall Coding for Kids – Bee Bot – 2D Shapes
- Fall Writing Prompt with Super Cute Toppers – Check out this post to learn more!
- Fall Digital Math Facts – Addition & Subtraction
- Fall Digital Math Facts – Multiplication & Division
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Dr. Tonya Coffey
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