Try cutting 100 shapes for the 100th day of school.
All you'll need for our fun 100th day project is crayons, scissors, glue, and a posterboard. Print out the 4 sheets below. Each one is 25 shapes. Color the 100 shapes and cut them out. Now they are ready to be glued to your posterboard. Students can practice grouping the shapes and counting by tens. Don't forget to add your name!
1. Play a game of candy heart bingo.
Have your students create a bingo board. You can use words found on the candy hearts, or for younger students the candy colors. Each child will need their bingo board and a box of candy hearts.
Q-tip painting is an inexpensive way to keep kids creating art all winter. The clean up is quick and easy, no need to wash paint brushes! All you need are a couple of Q-tips, some paint, and a dot printable (we have tons of those for free!). We started by making some grey paint...
Dot painting is great for fine motor skills, and you can also incorporate letter or number lessons...E is for Elephant.
These cutting worksheets are fun for coloring, glueing, and working on scissor skills. Glue them on individual pages, or combine them to make one big picture.
Print one of our free placemats, set out some art supplies and you can cook dinner with a few less interuptions (maybe).
We had so much fun with a little glue and some orange pom poms. Print a pumpkin coloring page and create your own fancy pumpkin! We used orange pom poms, but buttons or cheerios would work too!
Gobble Gobble! Print a turkey coloring page (or two) to decorate! We used colorful feathers, sand, and markers to make these fancy turkeys.
Scavenger hunts are a fun way to explore your neigborhood and get some exercise. Grab a grown up, the printed coloring page, a pen, and head out of the house for a little walk. Don't forget your mask in case you encounter other scavenger hunters.
Check out these other fun Fall coloring pages, worksheets, and mini books!