Looking for ideas for a pumpkin, leaf, or apple theme for preschoolers and kindergartners? This giant set of Fall activities is just what you need!
A goal of mine is to create a giant resource of themed packs for parents and teachers of children in preschool and kindergarten. This Fall Theme Pack was so much fun to create! Just check out all the goodness in this 250-page packet!
One of the very best parts of my theme packs is the crisp, clear images you’ll get in the 3-part cards and pocket chart sentences. Children love real photographs!
This is my favorite part of the packs: printable nonfiction books with predictable text. These are fabulous for teaching concepts of print, basic sight words, and using context and picture clues. My preschooler and kindergartner love them!
Even more books! These eleven Color Me Readers are also great for teaching kids concepts of print and basic sight words. You’ll love that several of these books are interactive. Your child will use the direction words (behind, in front of, etc.) to help him know where to the draw the apple, pumpkin, or leaf.
The pack also includes a huge variety of hands-on activities for promoting math and literacy. These images are just a sample of what you’ll get!
While I’ve worked hard to create activities that are very low prep, sometimes you need something that’s NO prep. That’s why I included 15 black and white activity pages perfect for those times when you need to just print and go.
But that’s not all.
If you’ve purchased my Letter of the Week Curriculum, you know that it has a giant appendix full of links to helpful activities, printables, and resources.
I know how much you appreciate that timesaver at the end of my ebook, so I’ve included resource pages at the end of my theme packs as well.
The resource pages include
- printable book lists for pumpkins, apples, and leaves
- suggested nursery rhymes and links to songs perfect for a Fall unit
- crafts, sensory play, circle time ideas and MORE for pumpkins, apples, and leaves
Check out the full pack here!
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