Thursday, October 4, 2012

Project Celebrate Fall

Being that Arizona temps are still in the triple digits, I thought it wise to celebrate the first day of fall in some way. It is hard for a kids to understand seasons when they grow up in a sunny state. We started our project by baking a pumpkin pie....


pumpkin pie
Pie and Math Always Go Together

We also had a few project learning stations: leaf rubbing (pretty basic), leaf stamping and fall shape painting...

cookie leaves
We simply used up leftover Porridge Play doe from our Nursery Rhyme Day and some fall cookie cutters. It made a wonderful smell in the house and a keepsake project as well...

leaf project
The Finished Project




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