The perfect packet for your study on leaves!
Pg. 3 Leaf Identification – a color page that has 14 different labeled leaves.
Pg. 4 Graph the Class! Everyone pick your favorite leaf! – color a graph to show who likes the maple, aspen, oak, hickory, or birch leaf – record the favorite, the least favorite, and your favorite
Pg. 5-7 abc order – put the leaf names in abc order – cut out the leaf boxes and glue them on the tree in order starting with number one
Pg. 8-9 Leaf Rubbings – go on a leaf hunt – find a leaf, do a leaf rubbing by placing the leaf under the paper, glue it in the right box, circle if it is a simple or compound leaf
Pg. 10-11 Compare and Contrast – compare and contrast the maple and hickory leaves, there is a blank Venn diagram where you can fill in two of your own leaf choices
Pg. 12-14 Chlorophyll-Flip Book – copy the chlorophyll labeled leaf onto green construction paper, copy the blank leaf onto white construction paper, color the white leaf with fall colors, stack all three leaves and staple – flip the green leaf to show how the chlorophyll hides some of the fall colors that are present all summer long
Pg. 15 Parts of a leaf – label the parts of a leaf (petiole is the stem and the stipule is the end of the leaf ;)
Pg. 16 – 17 Color Me Fall! – read the color words and color the fall picture
Pg. 18-22 What Do You Like to Do With Leaves? – a craft and writing activity – three choices of paper depending on student’s age and ability – write what you like to do with leaves - rake, play, throw, crafts… etc. – copy the blank page onto white or light blue construction paper – illustrate what you like to do- take orange, yellow, red, brown, green, purple construction paper – tear the paper into tiny leaves and glue them onto your drawing – attach writing and hang
Pg. 23-24 Leaf Multiples! / Leaf Sums and Differences! – two different papers depending on student’s ability – look at the top of the page to see what number each leaf represents then do the math
Pg. 25 Leaf Adjectives
Pg. 26 Thanks and credits