When I’m adding pumpkin spice creamer to my coffee, raising windows to enjoy the morning/evening breeze, and scrounging for long sleeve shirts to lounge in… it’s officially Fall.
Something else that indicates Fall in my home are the planned field trips to the pumpkin patch and apple orchard with our homeschool group, as well as the shift in our curriculum. We like to kick off Fall with long neighborhood walks, leaf hunts, and lessons about Yahweh’s amazing creation of trees and leaves!
This year, since I am schooling several kiddos of multiple ages and grades, I decided to make an all-inclusive activity pack that I can use with all my kiddos…. even the 19 month old. I incorporated everything I have done in the past and even threw in some extra goodies that I think my kiddos will enjoy.
The My All About Leaves Activity Book is your one-stop all-inclusive activity pack with a built in unit study about leaves. I included 25 pages of printables that range from leaf identification cards, print and cursive handwriting, and leaf activities to coloring pages, leaf alphabet match suggested YouTube videos and hands-on activities!
You’ll really get a kick out of this activity book because for a limited time it’s available absolutely FREE for the next week (offer ends Monday, October 2nd)! It’s my way of saying happy fall y’all and thanks for supporting With the Huddleston’s thus far!
Before I go, I want to give you a heads up on some ways to get the most from this download…
- laminate any tracing, coloring, and/or painting pages to make them reusable
- print off what you need for each of your kiddos and place their pages in a three-prong folder (let them decorate their folders with leaves for added creativity)
- for any supplies you need, check out Oriental Trading or Discount School Supply (aff. links)
I hope you enjoy this activity pack, and please SHARE with your homeschooling friends!
Click HERE or the photo below to be directed to the Shop for your limited time FREEBIE!
CHIME IN: What are your favorite Fall-themed school-related activities? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below!
Until next time, happy fall y’all-