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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" for Thanksgiving
Print the leaves off on various shades of fall colors. Students trim and glue them to the circle pattern.
The center 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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