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Bulletin Boards : Seasons > Fall

Cooperative Leaf Mural added 9-22-98 Original Author Unknown

Enlarge several different leaf patterns onto separate sheets of white construction paper (we did one for each child). Provide the children with sponges, and tempera paint (red, orange, yellow and brown) in tins and their leaf. Have each child sponge paint their leaf and allow to dry. Take a large sheet of white bulletin-board paper and title it "Welcome Autumn". After the leaves have dried, help each child glue their leaf onto the white bulletin- board paper. Then they can write their name on their leaf with a black permanent marker.


Fall Harvest Bulletin Board added 9-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Cover the board with orange paper. Use yellow or brown strips of paper to weave what will look like a basket. Cut out letters to spell 'Fall Harvest'. Trace leaf and acorn patterns on assorted colors of construction paper. Cut out the patterns. Tape or staple the 'basket' to the board with the top part slightly open. Have children draw or paint pictures of fruits and vegetables. When done or dry, cut out the fruits and vegetables and arrange them in the basket. Use real leaves, acorns and pine cones as a border, and arrange letters as desired.


Fall Tree added 9-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Need:
Large tree cut out
Leaf cut outs approx. 7" sq.
Photo of each child

Decorate the tree with paper leaves and place a picture of each child on a leaf with their name printed on the leaf under their picture. The board helps the children associate the name with the picture of the child, thus learning names. It also helps them know that they are part of the class.


Autumn Tree added 8-9-01 Submitted by: Susan Vita

This bulletin board involved direct participation of the children and they loved it!  Cover the bulletin board with white paper, then paint a tree trunk and branches on the paper.  Have each child and teacher at our center paint one hand as many colors as they want and leave a hand print along the branches. (I had to add some extras in order to attach all the "leaves" to the tree.)  As a border, cut strips of pictures finger painted in autumn colors and put them through a paper crimper.


Nuts About School added 10-20-03 Submitted by: Donna L. Glunt

Covered a bulletin board with orange paper and trim it with fall leaves trim. Cut out large acorns out of brown construction paper and write each student's name on one. Entitled the board, "Our preschoolers are nuts about school" in die-cut letters, with the letters of the word, "nuts", eschewed. Then scattered the paper acorns about the board, accenting them with smaller die cut leaves and acorns of construction paper, and add a squirrel looking on from the corner. 




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