The past month we have been busy with Thanksgiving and Chanukah so we thought we would spend some time talking about Fall and focus on Winter after vacation. Our leaf hunt was so much fun! The children were so excited to find so many colorful leaves. We brought the leaves back to our class & used them for projects. The children are getting very good at naming the correct colors of the leaves. Their counting skills are developing nicely as well. Many of our circle stories, books, & felt board stories help introduce early math. It’s wonderful to hear some of the children counting as they play. We will continue with our Fall theme next week & we will begin our winter theme after break. We also wanted to thank you all for coming to the Chanukah performance. Weren’t our students great? We think so! Enjoy your weekend.



The Leaves on the Ground

Saw a Leaf



Fresh Fall Leaves by Betsy Franco

Fall by Ailie Busby

Love Story of Autumn by Margaret Wise Brown


Felt Board Stories:

A Squirrel Song

Five Little Acorns

Where is the Owl?

The Leaves on the Ground

Five Little Apples Teasing Mr. Farmer Brown (You Can’t Catch Me!)


Circle Time Activities:

Helping the squirrel gather acorns

Throwing fall leaves up in the air



Pine cone painting


Play Doh with pine cones

Fall Sensory bags

Wine corks, ladles, spoons, & tongs (Sensory bin)


Shabbat Shalom!

Mrs. Anna & Morah Mimi