We re going on a leaf hunt activities
Were Going On A Leaf Hunt by Steve MetzgerJoin three friends on a fun leaf-finding adventure! This bouncy new version of the popular song begs to be read out loud.
There are lots of beautiful fall leaves to find! Three friends have a big adventure hiking over a mountain and through a forest to collect leaves of all kinds and colors. What will they do with all their leaves at the end of the story? Jump and play in them, of course!
With easy rhyming text and fun sound effects, children will delight in this rollicking autumn story.
Were Going On A Leaf Hunt Read Aloud
Free Fall Leaf Scavenger Hunt printable to inspire kids to get outside, practice a little math and most of all enjoy the beauty of the season! Whether you're creating leaf rubbings , making leaf prints or just enjoying the color, there are so many ways to play, learn and craft with leaves. And best of all, NO prep time!
were going on a leaf hunt lesson plan
Use direct comparison to compare two objects, based on a single attribute such as length, mass and volume. Becomes aware of colours, shapes, patterns, and textures in the environment. Explores and investigates objects and events in the environment. Understand the concept, autumn 2. I can name the colors of fall 3. I can differentiate between smallest, medium, and biggest 4.
Autumn is here and leaves are falling all around us. While your children are jumping in the leaf piles and throwing them by armfuls in they air, can they tell that there is a difference between them? Do they take the time to observe the color, shape, size, and other identifying characteristics of each one? Because we live in a newer neighborhood and there are not many trees yet, we had to improvise and make our own. You can see how we made several leaf species using different mediums and techniques over on my blog, click here for the full set of instructions. The first thing we did after gathering making our leaves was to have Mom hide them around the house.
Bring in basket with fall type items apple, pumpkin, leaves, acorn, light jacket or sweater, football, container of pumpkin pie spices to smell, squirrel stuffed animal, photo of flock of birds flying, a small scarecrow, trick or treat bag, etc. Let students take out one item at a time and describe. How are all of these items related? Stress that all of these items are related to the season of fall or autumn. What else do they know about fall? Read aloud the companion booklet for enjoyment.
Autumn is here and leaves are falling all around us. Enjoy this family activity after reading We're Going on a Leaf Hunt by Steve Metzger with your kids. You can find this book and more in my Fall: Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten Resources Packet.
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Books for a Leaf Hunt
It seems like Fall came in with a bang this year, and we were suddenly facing cooler temps and beautiful Fall foliage. Looking for all different kinds of leaves is the perfect Fall exploration activity because it is so simple, and yet so exciting for kids! Read our full disclosure here. These books are such a fun introduction to the changes we see around us this time of year, and got the kids really excited to get outside and explore themselves! I challenged the kids to find as many different kinds and colors of leaves as they could. I also challenged them to find different sizes , and to see who could find the largest and the smallest leaf.
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