Tere @ Teachable Scotts Tots Homeschool — Perfect Pumpkin Pictures and Printable Lesson Plans
Smile – O.K. – Say cheese! No, no – Look at mommy! Smile! Run, run, go get little Joey. He just ran off! Everyone at the same time – Smile! Put the pumpkin down! Now, put your hand down. Move your head out of the way of your sister’s face. Look at the camera, look up here, up here! Squash! Mommy, Jimmy just sat in a rotten pumpkin! If any of these sound familiar, you know you have tried to capture a special moment of your children on film.
Jennifer @ Home Grown Hearts Academy — Autumn Unit Study Ideas and Resources
Fall crafts are some of our favorite ones to do throughout the year. My children absolutely love leaves. There are so many things you can do with them. Here are their top 4 favorite things to do with leaves.
Bethany @ Little Homeschool Blessings — How to Homeschool Joyfully all Through Autumn
When I think of Autumn, squeezing every last second of color and light and energy before being tucked in cozy in front of the fire with a white blanket of snow covering the ground comes to mind. While mittens and pumpkins and hot apple cider and jeans and flannels and campfires and hot dog roasts all come with Autumn, our homeschool has many rich, vibrant days of learning. So it is no wonder why our family spends so much of our time outside soaking in the remaining warmth with lots of field trips and nature studies.
Meghan @ Quiet in the Chaos — Pumpkins and Fall for Tots and Preschoolers
This month we are studying pumpkins. While Lexie is ready to learn what kind of plant a pumpkin is, and how a pumpkin grows, Mister’s activities are much simpler.
Leah @ As We Walk Along the Road — Fun Fall Learning Ideas
So, in this post, I’ll be sharing some fun fall learning ideas, and I’ll give you the link to a printable packet to go along with the ideas.
Rebekah @ There Will Be a $5 Charge for Whining — Autumn Leaves (A Unit Study)
I don’t know about you, but I love this time of year. Here in the Ozarks we are surrounded with trees and leaves off all shapes and sizes. One of my favorite studies for Fall is an Autumn Leaf Study.