kindergarten fall activities: A list of activities to do in the fall with your kindergarten students. Have fun with these autumn-themed play-based learning centers.
We have been having so much fun this fall season in our classroom that I have decided to share more of the activities we have been doing! I wrote a Part 1 to this blog post that has more ideas for you.
Scroll through to get some inspiration for your classroom:
Jack-o-Lantern Sight Words
Our students coloured and cut out the pieces to make their own jack-o-lanterns this week. They loved picking out the eyes, nose and mouth to make them unique.
I love that they had a chance to practice reading and writing sight words with this fun, hands-on activity. I am amazed at how much their cutting skills are improving already. We give them lots of opportunities to build their fine motor muscles, and it is really paying off!
You can get this activity in my store:
Salt Trays & Sight Word Pumpkins
We re-used the salt trays I showed you last week (Fall-Themed Activities for your Kindergarten Classroom), and added our sight word pumpkins to them.
Our students love using the trays to practice their sight words, and I want to continue changing out the contents to match the seasons.
Of course we had to do the 5 Little Pumpkins sitting on a gate STEM activity. We gave our students different building materials, and challenged them to build a gate that could hold all 5 pumpkins.
Our students loved this challenge, and they made many different gates. I loved watching them problem-solve and work with their peers to build.
Sight Word Pumpkin Vine
Our sight word this week is ‘can’, so we had students make pumpkin vines with that written on it. It was great to reinforce the sight word, and our students loved putting it together.
I wanted to make a fun, little gift for our students for Halloween, so I decided to make pointers and I’ll add them to their weekly reading books.
I love how cute they turned out, and I hope it encourages them to read with their families! If you would like to give pointers to your students, you can get the free download in my Resource Library! (I printed 4 to a page)
MORE KINDERGARTEN FALL ACTIVITIES
Do you need more ideas (I know I’m always looking for more ideas for the classroom), don’t forget to take a look at Part 2 of this blog post.
More to look at:
- Fall Loose Parts
- So Many Fall Activities
- Apple Seed Counting, Fall Tree Fine Motor and Fall Sensory Bin
- Sensory Bin and Small World
- Fall Math Centers
- Fall-Inspired Sensory Bin
- Invitation to Create- Warm Colors Fall Trees Painting
- Kindergarten Halloween Activities