This is a printable of different leave types. They can be colored or copied onto colored paper, cut out, and used to make a fall wreath, mobile, or for bulletin board/classroom decor. I used these leaves and brown pipe cleaners to make my classroom
This tree has no leaves. You can do multiple projects with it. You can use a Q-tip and paint to make leaves, also tissue paper or thumbprints, etc. It makes for a nice seasonal craft for fall and cherry blossoms in the spring. You can use it to show
Have students color apple and worm and then cut out. I had my students write their names on the apple and we glue the worm behind it like it is coming out of the apple. We also glued on googly eyes. This is a good back to school or fall craft.
Color in the butterflies and other bugs. This can be used as a coloring activity for when all other work is done, or for a bulletin board. I used it after a science discussion with Pre-K about bugs and insects. You can use it for identification and
Have your students work their way through the windows of the Alphabet House to practice writing their ABC's. You could also use this for kids to write their numbers 1-26 or counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, etc. You can fill in some of the letters and ask
This is just a fun little coloring activity for kids on the first few days of school. I used this as a Pre-K teacher for mealtimes. I had a "Pig Wall" where each student had a pig they colored with their name on it and we stressed good manners.