Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Autumn Activities

Here are two great ideas for autumn scavenger hunts that work in some reading and alphabet practice too!

- Make a checklist for an autumn "treasure hunt". Idea found here. This is the list they used:
  • something that is alive
  • a leaf with jagged edges
  • an interesting weed
  • a dry leaf
  • a leaf with smooth edges
  • three acorns
  • a seed from a tree
  • a twig
  • a pinecone
  • a handful of grass
  • a feather
  • a branch with leaves on it
  • a red leaf
  • a yellow leaf
  • a green leaf
  • a smooth stone
  • three little pebbles
  • wild berries
  • a leaf bud
  • a piece of bark
  • a tiny bit of moss
- Or you can take an ABC nature walk. Fill up a bag with interesting "materials" you find on your walk and use them to make the letters of the alphabet. Photograph the letters and use them in a project!

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