These 7 ideas are a few of the reasons we love the harvest season. These teachers found creative ways to include engaging activities into their fall lesson plans. Have you tried any of these projects?
1. Excuses To Play Fun Games
Use candy corn as markers. Have them separated in bags ready-to-go. Laminate free harvest bingo game from Wise Owl Factory
2. DIY Harvest Festival Photo Booth
This project is a great way to get pictures of all your students. If you are looking for more harvest party food, games and activities, visit www.meaningfulmama.com for more harvest party fun.
3. Make Foodie Works Of Art
According to @FrugalMomEh these Pumpkin Apple Stamps are a fun way to celebrate the coming autumn season! This is a craft that will keep your students busy creating works of art!
4. Get Physical With Some Healthy Pumpkin Competition
“PUMPKIN ROLLING ~ Nothing like a quick race around a few obstacles to make this a great Halloween party game.” – Melody Goodwin Matney
5. Remind Yourself About Gratitude With These Pumpkins
Thankful Pumpkin Craft. Precut strips and have your students write something they are thankful for on each strip of orange construction paper. See full project guidelines at The Moffatt Girls website.
6. Plenty of Bones For Anatomy Lessons
“Learn how to make a q-tip handprint skeleton craft for kids to make! All you need is white paint, q-tips and glue. It’s a fun halloween art project.” – Michelle, @CrafyMorning
7. Creative Creepy Crawlers
“For a Halloween decoration or a lesson plan about spiders, children will have fun weaving yarn into a spider’s web. Inexpensive classroom project, paper plate spiderweb.” – Theresa Johnson
This time of year there are so many fun activities to try with your students. Do you have your favorite ones you use in your classroom every year? Show us you best project ideas.