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This is a very versatile fall craftivity
, as kindergarten kiddos can make a wreath, as well as older elementary students.
There are a variety of options
too, with writing prompts for autumn that are suitable for any fall month, or turn it into a "thankful wreath"
Print the leaves off on various shades of fall colors. Students trim and glue them to the circle pattern.
can be left empty
of filled with a writing prompt
I’ve included center patterns for “ Welcome Fall”, “Fall is . . .”, “I’m Thankful for . . .” ,
as well as a Thanksgiving poem
by Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Children can write adjectives
that describe fall on the leaves
, or things that they are thankful for
There are also plain and patterned leaves
to choose from, as well as a bow option
I’ve included my completed samples to help you make a choice.
Adding a school photograph or some glitter adds extra pizzazz and that finishing touch.
Completed projects make a nice keepsake and lovely bulletin board
For more writing practice
, I've included two, leafy, bookmark-size writing prompts
as well, plus my 2 completed samples
, so you can quickly make an example to share.
Besides the Ralph Waldo Emerson Poem, I’ve also included a page of his interesting quotes.
Give older students an additional writing assignment, to choose a quote and explain it, then tell if they agree or disagree with him.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you a “fun-tastic” fall.
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