Peek and Find Fall Leaves

Peek and Find Fall leaves

We have a new Peek & Find featuring Fall Leaves! Peek & Find is a great activity for for Tot Schoolers, Preschoolers, Kindergarteners and beyond. There are a few variations to this activity can easily grow with your child’s ability!

You can also add in some fun elements to the activity, or simply print, cut, and play! Below I will share the free printable, ideas for different levels of play, and fun variations.

There are two main elements of the Peek & Find activity.

The “FIND” boards, available in color or BW…

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The “PEEK” cards…

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Print the board, selecting color for younger kids to make it easier and selecting BW for older kids to make it more difficult. Print the cards, on cardstock if possible and cut them out. Laminate if you plan to use these cards repeatedly.

Looking for a great color printing option? See our favorite printer and ink here!

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A few options for play…

Option #1 {single player}

Print the Peek & Find board.

Print the cards and cut out.

Mix up the cards, choose one at a time and find the object on the Peek & Find board. Color, circle, or mark the object.

Option #2 {2 or more players}

Print a Peek & Find board for each player and one set of cards. Cut out the cards.

Flip over a card and race to see who finds the object first on their board. Using Dot Paint with this game is fun!

Winner keeps the card.

Person with the most cards at the end is the winner!

See a video of my daughter and I playing {we were using the SPRING theme board in this video} …

Option #3 {sensory, fine motor activity}

Create a sensory bin and bury the cards.

Use a fine motor tool {child tweezers} to dig for cards and pull them out and then find the object on the Peek & Find board and mark it.

Option #4 {gross motor activity}

Hid the cards around the room and challenge your child to find one card at a time and bring it back to the board, find it, mark it, and repeat! This is a great version for those of you with energetic younger kids!

Options for marking the board…

  • Mini Leaves
  • Dot Paint
  • BINGO Chips
  • Bottle Tops
  • Pouch Tops
  • Mini Pom Poms
  • Markers, Crayons, Colored Pencils
  • Beads
  • Mini Erasers
  • Beans

    Download your FREE Peek & Find Fall Leaves here!

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    Fall Books for Kids  Fall Printables and Crafts



    Fall Theme Kindergarten Literature Unit

    Count Down to Fall Kindergarten Literature Unit

    We have a brand new seasonal Kindergarten Literature Unit Study Printable Pack which is expanded to include more activities than our units in the past! Celebrate fall with this new set based on the book Count Down to Fall by Fran Hawk!

    Looking for our other Kindergarten Literature Units? See them all here!

    Set the stage for your FALL theme by gathering all of your fall toys and books! It helps to draw your child in and get her/him excited about your learning time together.

    Don’t have a lot of fall toys and books? Ask friends, go to the library, or buy some things you think might be a good long term investment for your homeschool!

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    Be sure to purchase the book Count Down to Fall or check it out from your library. In addition to the main book, I recommend adding in all sorts of fun fall theme books to bring the theme alive!

    Fall Books for Kids

    Here is a downloadable library checklist for fall books!

    Fall Books Editable Book Checklist

    Add a fall theme sensory bin to your fun!

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    For this unit, I selected several Kindergarten Math and Literacy Goals to focus on.

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    There are over 20 activities to keep your Kindergartener engaged for quite awhile! Many tots, preschoolers and even 1st graders will enjoy this set! The main focus is Kindergarten but that isn’t exclusive! Below you can see a collage of all the printables included! Click each image to enlarge!

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    This is such a beautiful book with SO many fun skills to focus on. The printables were created to go along with all of the animals and leaves featured in the story as you will see in the photos below! Connecting your activities to a book is such a great way to weave a literacy rich learning environment into your homeschool in such a natural and fun way! 

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    Below you’ll see a sampling of how the printables go along with the story! Not all printables are included in the photos below. For the full list see the charts above! 

    For each leaf you’ll find a 3-part card as well as cards that go along with the sequence of the story. Additional printables like the leaf coloring activity are also included!

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    You’ll find a photo card to go along with each animal from the story as well as q-tip painting printables focusing on the animals and a set focusing on color words.

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    A full set of leaf alphabet flashcards are included, which can be used in SO many different ways!

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    Add in some fun science learning as you explore the parts of a pine tree and the life cycle of a pine tree.

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    The learning opportunities are endless with this book!

    Kindergarten Literature Unit Count Down to Fall

    This printable unit is for sale in my shop here where you can see more photos and read even more about it!  BUT before I share about that I want to tell you how to get it for FREE!

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    Fall Books for Kids with Editable Library Checklist

    Fall Books Editable Library Checklist

    Print out our book checklist and get to the library to grab some fun FALL books for your kids! Want to add more books to your list? Just edit the PDF and print it out after you add in the other books you want to grab!  Want to purchase some of these great fall books? See them all here on Amazon! 

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    Fall Books for Kids

    A fun fall theme is wonderful for Tot School, Preschool, Kindergarten and beyond!  Investigating leaves and seasonal changes in fall is a great way to teach young kids so much about science! So much happens in fall, it can fill an entire month or more of study!

    More FALL fun…

    Looking for more Fall Theme Ideas for your classroom or homeschool? Give these links a look:

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    Download your free FALL BOOK CHECKLIST here!

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    Peek & Find APPLE TREES

    Peek and Find Apple Trees

    We have a new Peek & Find featuring Apple Trees! Peek & Find is a great activity for for Tot Schoolers, Preschoolers, Kindergarteners and beyond. There are a few variations to this activity can easily grow with your child’s ability!

    You can also add in some fun elements to the activity, or simply print, cut, and play! Below I will share the free printable, ideas for different levels of play, and fun variations.

    There are two main elements of the Peek & Find activity.

    The “FIND” board…

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    The “PEEK” cards…

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    Print the board on plain paper, or cardstock if you plan to reuse it. Print the cards, on cardstock if possible and cut them out. Laminate if you plan to use these cards repeatedly.

    Looking for a great color printing option? See our favorite printer and ink here!

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    A few options for play…

    Option #1 {single player}

    Print the Peek & Find board.

    Print the cards and cut out.

    Mix up the cards, choose one at a time and find the object on the Peek & Find board. Color, circle, or mark the object.

    Option #2 {2 or more players}

    Print a Peek & Find board for each player and one set of cards. Cut out the cards.

    Flip over a card and race to see who finds the object first on their board. Using Dot Paint with this game is fun!

    Winner keeps the card.

    Person with the most cards at the end is the winner!

    See a video of my daughter and I playing {we were using the SPRING theme board in this video} …

    Option #3 {sensory, fine motor activity}

    Create a sensory bin and bury the cards.

    Use a fine motor tool {child tweezers} to dig for cards and pull them out and then find the object on the Peek & Find board and mark it.

    Option #4 {gross motor activity}

    Hid the cards around the room and challenge your child to find one card at a time and bring it back to the board, find it, mark it, and repeat! This is a great version for those of you with energetic younger kids!

     

    Options for marking the board…

    • Mini Apples
    • Dot Paint
    • BINGO Chips
    • Bottle Tops
    • Pouch Tops
    • Mini Pom Poms
    • Markers, Crayons, Colored Pencils
    • Beads
    • Mini Erasers
    • Beans

        Download your FREE Peek & Find Apple Trees here!

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        Apple Books for Kids

        Apple Theme Printables and Ideas



        Apple Theme Printables and Ideas

        Apple Theme Printables and Ideas

        Planning an APPLE THEME for your kids? Gather some great apple theme ideas in this post! Free apple printables, apple activities and even apple books! Have fun exploring apples with your kids!  

        Work on fine motor skills with our free Tracing Fun with Apples here! Enjoy Tracing Fun? Check out our full bundle here!

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        See fun apple books to go along with your apple theme!

        Apple Books for Kids

        Download a free Apple Activity Printable pack here. You’ll find mazes, coloring pages and more!

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        Do you have some colored cubes? Give our Apple Cube printables a try! Apple Q-Tip Painting is great for working on fine motor skills!

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        These apple songs are great to use for Tot School and Preschool! My kids loved them! If you have a tot, give our A is for Apple unit from Tot School Printables a try!

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        My kids LOVE doing the apple taste test and these printables are great for recording the results! Have an entire apple theme by copying some of the ideas we used when my daughter was in Kindergarten!

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        Print some fun apple coloring pages for you or for your kids!

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        Grab some fun apple toys and games to add to your collection!

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        Looking for even more apple fun? Check out our Apple Theme Pinterest board here!