Thanksgiving Thankful Leaves

For some people Thanksgiving is all about the food! Now I love food (stuffing and pie especially) as much as the next person however I am doing my best to raise grateful kids. One of the ways that we decided to bring gratitude into our family celebration was to make Thankful Leaves.

In Canada, where I am from, Thanksgiving is in October. Right in the middle of fall, well usually. This year we had the pleasure of diving right into winter with a huge snowfall. It practically looked this Christmas on Thanksgiving morning.


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Fall Sensory Jars

Fall Scents Sensory Activity

When you think of fall what comes to mind? Is it a family tradition? How about the changing colors? Maybe even the start of school.

For me I think of the smells, especially apple cider. I hate being cold and hot apple cider with cinnamon and a bit of carmel really melt away all my worries of the up and coming winter. Brr… Now back to fall.

Fall Sensory Exploration for Toddlers

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Fall Book List for Babies, Toddlers and PreK

Fall Book List

Nearly every morning my littles crawl into my bed with a stack of books. Each. Yes, they have to have their own stacks. I don’t mind many books in a row when the books are good. I definitely don’t want to read less than great books over and over again. In a row or not.

Instead of sending you on a wild book chase to the library I am going to share some our favorites that we read for our fall unit. I will start by sharing board books then some awesome picture books!

Fall Book List for Babies, Toddlers and PreK

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Fall Unit Workboxes for your Three Year Old

Workbox Fall 3 yr old  Is it really fall already? I can’t believe it. Im certain that the summers are going by even quicker now then when I was growing up. It almost seems that everytime I blink we are in a new season. Eek! Good thing I am a planner and had decided what our studies would be before I was caught off guard. I am excited for this week and can’t wait to share with you.

Here are Bee’s bins for the upcoming week!

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