Here are some Fall Home Living ideas that our kindergarten group started last year…
Fall has arrived! We are embracing it and celebrating it in kindergarten. Some of my wonderful kindergarten partner teachers and I got the ball rolling for a fall farm and pumpkin patch station over in the Home Living Corner. Here are some of our ideas (I’ll start with mine because their stations are so much “prettier” than mine…it will just get better and better!)
We’ve just now opened our Fall Home Living Station in my room. The students are thrilled to make lists, buy pumpkins and other fall items, and most of all to talk and play with each other.
Lori is known for having a spotless, organized classroom. This carries over into her beautiful Home Living Station.
Connie made a sign post back in September for her apple orchard, and her kiddos wanted to keep the orchard sign as well as the pumpkin patch sign and interchange them as needed.
Fall Home Living Station is a favorite for most of our students (okay, and their teachers, too!). The learning is real, authentic, and spans across the curriculum. The language is relevant to real-life. While students are “playing”, they are really working on many levels of skills.
Please let me and my colleagues know if you are also embracing the Home Living Station to enhance your curriculum. We love to get new ideas.
And oh yes… as we say in the south, “Happy Fall Y’all!”