Fall Leaves StoryTime
Join us on this relaxing, yet fun virtual story circle time and craft for young learners!
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If your little ones love library story hour, they’ll enjoy this virtual circle time! This fun class is meant to usher in the wonder of our fall season with tea time, a story, and a craft! We will answer the BIG JUICY Question: Why Do Leaves Change Colors? Also, in this lesson we will: *start with a warm-up song about leaves. We’ll sing and do hand motions. (pre-k, kinder-style) *read a story about fall season changes while sipping on warm tea (tea is optional but fun!) *talk about leaves...
Students will learn why leaves change color. They will also enjoy a story about season changes.
My background in Child Development/Early Childhood Education gives me a solid framework in creating developmentally appropriate activities for younger children. I have had over 20 years of combined classroom and homeschool experience working with younger children and sharing my love of reading great literature with them. I like to help children find peace within the chaos of their day. A nice storytime with a cup of tea might help them get their day off to a great start or help them transition to the rest of their daily activities.
No homework is assigned, although an optional activity page is provided.
1 file available upon enrollment*Tree and leaf template provided at the link. Please print this out before class. *A bowl of colored tissue papers. You may have these already cut out in small squares and scrunched up to make it easier to move straight into the activity during class. Optionally, you may simply use the leaves provided in the tree and leaf template (referenced above). *Liquid glue or glue stick to adhere the tissue papers to the tree. *A cup of warm tea or apple cider if you like *As an alternative to tree cutout, you may also simply have your learner bring a sheet of drawing paper, pencil, and crayons to draw the tree and leaves.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Early Childhood Educator | ELA
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
79 total reviews
28 completed classes
Hi! My name is Demetria and I live in the beautiful San Francisco Bay area. I am an independent singer and songwriter, published author, vlogger/podcaster and teacher. I have a Bachelor of Science in Child Development and later earned a Master's...