Last week, we drove to Algonquin Park and spent some time hiking. It was “The Golden Encore”—the red maple leaves have mostly fallen but the golden poplars are at peak colour. Crunching through leaves under a canopy of yellow was glorious.
It’s only fitting that we’re learning about autumn leaves this week.
We have a lot of activities planned: a leaf-themed science unit, a hike or two, an autumn leaf craft and some picture books about leaves to read during Morning Time.
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When we do a unit study, I often try to add in some fun, themed math and reading worksheets or activities. The girls get extra practice, and they enjoy it because it’s different from their usual curriculum.
Education.com contains a variety of worksheets that are searchable by keyword. You can sort by grade level (preschool to fifth grade), subject and topic. There’s also a worksheet generator, where you can create your own reading, math or just for fun worksheets.
In addition to worksheets, the site contains games to help students work on specific skills, along with free, searchable lesson plans. So many resources!
The worksheet we’re using this week has been generously provided to The Grace-Filled Life subscribers by education.com. My daughter had so much fun working on it this morning! So without further ado…
Watch your child “jump” into reading skills with this fun autumn themed word search!
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