Plates full of turkey, family, friends, and a bit of extra time off. There are so many things to be grateful for this time of year. One thing we’re grateful for is all of the amazing Fall resources available on TpT!
We wanted to provide you with a list of great seasonal lesson plans from Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT). Every resource listed is under $5.00 (as of this blog’s publish date). Why $5.00? We’re glad you asked!
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Without further ado, here are some fantastic Fall resources from TpT:
Thanksgiving Math and Fall Math by Pink Cat Studios, (Grades K-3): Need a fun activity to reinforce addition, subtraction, multiplication or division, complete with differentiated math problems? This is the perfect bundle for your classroom! It even includes a color by number for each holiday!
Fall Math Mystery Review by Mrs.J’s Resource Creations, (Grades 3-5): Make math come alive by having students put their math skills to work in order to solve a mystery! Mrs. J’s mysteries are all Common Core aligned and grade specific. There is no mystery here: be sure to take a look at this interactive fall math bundle!
STEM Fall into Thanksgiving Stations by Science School Yard, (Grades K-5): Need to fall into some inspiration, especially when it comes to centers? This bundle includes 5 different fall related labs, aligned with NGSS and CC standards. Your little turkeys will be thankful for this addition to their classroom.
Pumpkin Candy Catapult STEM Activity by Carly and Adam, (Grades K-5): What student wouldn’t want to create a catapult to launch a pumpkin?! Don’t worry, this activity uses candy pumpkins and gets your students to work together, while they are introduced to using the scientific method.
Graphic Organizers for Reading by Sweet Integrations, (Grades 2-5): Let’s face it, creating graphic organizers are time consuming, even though they are one of the best methods to use for knowledge retention and critical thinking. This bundle is full of fall artwork, but centers on different topics which range from sequencing to working out the main idea of a passage. Be the apple of your students’ eyes by apple picking this lesson plan.
Making Inferences by Mrs. Thompson’s Treasures, (Grades 1-2): Need an interesting way to get your students to interact with what they’re reading? This activity helps students become confident readers and predict outcomes, while focusing on writing skills. Not to mention, the stories are as sweet as pumpkin pie!
Then and Now (a Thanksgiving social studies unit) by Ashley Sanderson, (Grades 1-2): One of the best ways to learn about history is through immersion and comparison! This lesson plan includes student created booklets and even a craftivity to get students acquainted with the reasons why we celebrate Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving Village Map Skills by TiePlay Educational Resources LLC., (Grades 3-4): Learning how to use maps is in an important life skill. Learning how to read maps can be engaging with this fun Thanksgiving lesson plan.
Enjoy the wonderful fall weather!