What is more fun than having a unit on Scarecrows in the Fall. Each year we stuff a scarecrow , give it a name and put it outside my classroom door. We use my husband’s pants, shirt and an old hat. We stuff it with newspapers. The kids love it. We also have several scarecrow stories, finger plays, and songs. My kiddo love, love the Scarecrow Hoedown!
I also incorporate the scarecrow idea into my workshop. See why and how I do workshop each week. I use task cards to set up the workshop process. I have a unit I use that makes up my scarecrow stations. My scarecrow workshop is a fun way to learn in the fall.
Here are a few ways that I incorporate scarecrows into my workshop.
- Partner games using dice (Scarecrow theme)
- A class book- Scarecrow. scarecrow who do you see? (Classmates)
- Measuring activity using corn candy
- Graphing activities using black beans, corn candy, pumpkin seeds, candy pumpkin
- Scarecrows and Crows-Table game- Teen numbers
- Sequence number sheet using 2 dice
- Crow cards sequence game
- Art Projects- Crows and a Scarecrow
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