One of my favorite things to do in the fall time is to hit up as many apple orchards and pumpkin farms that I possibly can. I love the cooler weather and look forward to drinking apple cider and eating cinnamon sugar donuts. Yum! It’s not even October yet and I have already hit up Kuiper’s and Goebberts Pumpkin farm (my two favorite fall farms!) and call me crazy, but Laina and I already have 3 other places we want to check out this year! Here are some of my favorite pictures from Goebberts (they have so many great photo opportunities there):
Now let’s get to some fall resources you might enjoy working on with your kiddos! Here are some of my favorites and a freebie at the end as well as some bulletin board inspiration!Scarecrow Cut and Paste (this one has a lot of steps, but definitely worth it! I’d recommend working in stages on this one over a few days).
Be sure to grab this freebie (link above), it’s an easy one! It only takes 3 patterns to make. I then took crayons and colored in the different squares to make it look like Indian corn. If you are looking for a cute bulletin board you can easily use this project. Make some corn stalks with large bulletin board paper and then place the Indian corn on top of them going upward in different directions. Add a scarecrow on one side and use a title like, “Fall into Learning,” or “Our Fall Harvest,” and your all set!
Here’s one amazing bulletin board my daughter’s teachers put together. What a cute title!
Seriously the cutest scarecrows I’ve ever seen!
And here’s a great way to use the Indian Corn Freebie! They used paint instead of crayons and use their fingers! Such a great idea.
If you like all the crafts in this post, you can save $$$ by getting the bundle here.