We may be a little ahead of ourselves considering the first day of Fall is September 23rd, but in preparation, we had to share Learn Play Imagine’s Fall Playdough recipe with you!
One of the best things about Autumn is the delicious scents associated with it, so we couldn’t be more thrilled about this fun DIY project!
After all, nothing reminds us more of the Fall season than the comforting scents of apple, cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin pie, and clove.
Get the how-to for all 5 scents HERE!
Check out these other great kid-friendly fall activities on Educents!
Print out this fall bucket list and check off some great family activities with your kids! Put it up on your fridge and see how many you can do!
These fall cards are great for pre-k and kinder! It comes with 27 student “I Have” cards and 27 corresponding teacher “Who Has” cards. Teachers can pull out and use a few cards at a time with a small group, or use the entire set as a FUN Fall or Thanksgiving activity. These can also be used at home with your early readers!
This bundle is a great buy for 1st-3rd grade parents and teachers. This bundle includes 18 separate fall-themed ebook products with writing prompts, lapbooks, mini-lapbooks, coloring pages, word searches, word scrambles, activity books, notebooking pages, interactive booklets, scissor skills, copywork, poetry and MORE!
Have older kids? These Fall Math Activities are great for 5th-8th graders. The resource includes riddles and coloring pages for fractions, decimals, integers, and order of operations. Who says math can’t be fun?
Logic puzzles are a great way to challenge students to work on skills such as deductive reasoning, critical thinking, making inferences, process of elimination and more. Check out this sample Fall logic puzzle!