Some of these will look familiar to the ones posted last week. Changing a spoon to tongs and changing the dishes around usually offers enough variety that a child will be compelled to work with the activity some more.
Tongs with felt leaves from Hobby Lobby. Dishes from Michaels.
Spoon with fall colored pompoms. Pompoms and acorn dishes from Michaels.
Cards and counters using fabric leaves (JoAnns) as the counters.
Making patterns with felt leaves (Hobby Lobby)
Felt leaf stickers. I wrote numbers on the backings of the stickers and now they can be sequenced.
These are the same leaves as in the previous activity. One side is thus for patterns, the other for sequence.
Not really Fall, but very challenging pouring exercise. Bear really had to concentrate to not over pour (and she is an expert pourer). I will have her make more of these juice “popsicles” until she can do it without spilling at all. Her little spills became an eyedropper exercise as she sucked up the spilled juice on the rim of the ice tray and transferred it to an empty spot.