1 Fall child hair decoration: use the leaves and other Fall items to decorate children’s hair and hats.
2 Cutting practice: begin with pages that have straight lines then wavy and lastly, the shapes.
3 Drawing grids: learn symmetry and drawing by copying the leaf halves on the cards.
4 Lace looming: cut out the shapes and use a whole punch to make holes on the white circles.
Use a think ribbon or a shoelace to lace all the way around. There are two basic ways of looming them.
5 Leaf feeding activity: Print the brown burlap sheet on regular paper. The leaves on cardstock.
Cut out the brown burlap strips and tape or glue together to make a long band.
Glue or tape the “button” and color band to each end of the strip.
Cut out the leaves and use an exact-o knife to cut the slits in the middle. For durability, laminate.
Feed the leaves through the button (the strip on the other end will stop them from falling off).
6 Paper strip looming: print out the sheets you want to use for your project.
You need 1 base sheet (with solid strips on each end) and 1 strip sheet (with leaf patterns).
Cut the base strips, stopping at the solid strips (don’t cut through those!).
The leaf pattern strips are cut all the way through.
Feed perpendicularly through the base sheet, over and under, alternating until all the strips are loomed.
Glue them down as an option.
7 Parts of a fruit printables: cut out the labels and follow the control of error.
8 Parts of a leaf printables: cut out the labels and follow the control of error.
9 Fall leaf patterns: learn 4 different patterns – ABAB, AABAAB, ABBABB and ABCABC.
Cut out the leaf squares and place them or glue them in the correct spot.
Use the answer sheets as a control of error.
10 Fall Alphabet 3-part cards: Print this set twice if you want to use them as 3-part cards or once if you want to use them as alphabet flashcards.