What do you see? They are dancing, they are dancing They are dancing on the ground. With their crispy and crunchy sound They are the children delight. Dancing, dancing up and down From the morning to the night.
Development of fine and gross motor skills and discovering a creative way for using nature in art. Leaves, grasses, ferns or evergreen twigs of interesting shapes, typing paper, masking tape, crayons.
Gather the leaves or whatever type of greenery you choose. Place a single leaf or an arrangement on a table, underside up.
Cover it with a piece of paper. Tape the paper firmly to the table with masking tape. Color the paper with crayons one or more colors. You can now use your nature prints as stationary to write to friends or relatives. Cut the contact paper into squares, peel it apart, and give one to each child.
For Halloween they will just use different shades of orange and stick them on the contact paper and form a round, circular pumpkin shape.
The pieces of tissue paper can overlap. They could put a green piece near the top to represent the stem. Once they have completed their pumpkin, you simply put a second piece of contact paper over what they have just done. Then the children can cut with scissors around their design to make the pumpkin.
The teacher can then hang them on the windows, and when the light shines through, they look very pretty. This activity can also be done for a variety of other things such as, apples, fish, Christmas trees, etc. This is an easy way to decorate and is not costly. I did a great bar graphing center this month.
We went on a walk around school grounds to point out signs of fall. We collected fallen leaves of different colors. The leaves were placed in a basket in the math center.
Children were told to pick ten leaves out of the basket then graph the color of the leaf on a preprinted graph worksheet.
Christine, first grade teacher in CT. We sponge painted fall trees and wrote a poem about the wind and the leaves.
I mounted the trees and poems on colored paper using only fall colors greens, browns, oranges, yellows, reds and hung them up. Then I had about 40 colored paper leaves and hung them all over the bulletin board too. I made a large banner on the computer and titles it "Fun in the Fall".
Flashete email-removed "Batter up! One thing I like to do with my students is make a fall wreath. I cut paper leaves from the Ellison press 6 - 10 per student. Then the students sponge paint them different colors red, orange, green, brown, yellow. They experiment mixing colors.
Then we glue them to a paper plate that has the hole cut out.Your elementary grade students will love this Math Mats Counting and Cardinality - Fall Theme Interactive Notebook. Interactive math pages for practice in counting, sorting, and comparing numbers to 20, and counting to by 1's and 10's.
Fall is beautiful because of the changing colors, cooling weather and other sights and sounds associated with it. These fun activities for kids make the season more fun and interesting. These 2nd grade worksheets are completely free to print and use with your kids. Challenging words are exciting to students and second graders will enjoy these fun stories while enhancing their vocabulary as well as their reading strategies.
Nov 5, Free teaching ideas, worksheets and fun classroom activities for second grade students. | See more ideas about Classroom setup, Fluency activities and Fun classroom activities. Second Grade Free Stuff. Collection by Brian Crawford. Fall Writing Paper is a packet of lined paper with an autumn theme.
Use these throughout. Second Grade Journal Writing Prompts — Recently, a lovely reader named Trina left a comment on our post about Elementary Writing 49 Ideas and Story Starters for Kids. She contributed 46 fabulous journal prompt and writing ideas, and I had to share them with you.
Your elementary grade students will love this Math Mats Counting and Cardinality - Fall Theme Interactive Notebook. Interactive math pages for practice in counting, sorting, and comparing numbers to 20, and counting to by 1's and 10's.