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Fall Unit Study

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Make learning fun this September, October, and November with this easy Fall Unit Study. We have a full week-long fall theme complete with free educational activities to teach language arts, math, science, and art! This is such a fun theme for homeschooling families to learn together – from preschool, pre k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade to 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students!

Make learning fun this September, October, and November with this easy Fall Unit Study. We have a full week-long fall theme complete with free educational activities to teach language arts, math, science, and art! This is such a fun theme for homeschooling families to learn together - from preschool, pre k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade to 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students! 

Fall Unit Study

Themes are a great way to make learning fun and keep kids engaged as they learn math, grammar, reading, writing, science, history, and crafts with a fun theme. This fall unity study will allow you to teach all your elementary age kids from preschoolers, kindergartners to grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6. Not only do using themes like this autumn unit study save on prep time for you, but allows the whole family to learn together in a fun, hands on way! All of the activities we’ve included are free!

Make sure to check out all our themes for learning together as a homeschool family!

        

Fall Books for Kids

Here are two suggestions for using books in your fall unit study:

  • Read a different book each day, Monday through Friday
  • Choose your favorite book (s) and read it all 5 days of the week. Remember kids adore repetition, so don’t worry about boring your children!

If these books don’t work for you, check out this awesome list of 24 Fall Books for Kids!

Fall Theme

Choose a fall language arts activity or two for you and your children to enjoy. The Fall Coloring Pages for Children are perfect for kids who aren’t writing yet. Coloring develops the fine motor control kids need for handwriting!

fall math activities

Fall Math Activity

Check out the adorable Fall Color by Number sheets. Color by number sheets are perfect for solidifying your children’s number recognition.

See if your older children can complete this Practical Engineering Challenge with Apples!

fall art project

Fall Art Project

Apple Art Projects

Your kids will love creating these apple tree paintings with bubble wrap. Of course the trick may be to keep the kids from popping the bubbles long enough to paint!

leaf art project

Leaf Art Projects

You have so many choices when it comes to studying leaves. My personal favorite is this Kadinskey Inspired Fall Art Project. The kids study a famous artist and then create their own artwork!

Grab your older children and preserve a few leaves for fall decorations!

Pumpkin Art Projects

Have you ever finger painting with the insides of a pumpkin? It’s an entertaining, unique, and slimy activity all your kids will love! So grab a pumpkin and try painting with the inside of a pumpkin this week.

Other, less slimy, pumpkin activities, include:

 

fall science

Fall Science Projects

Fall History Ideas

  • Learn about Johnny Appleseed
  • Family “Tree” Project for Kids
  • With Thanksgiving coming up you can dive into the world of early colonists and learn about the pilgrims.
  • Take a fieldtrip to a local farm to see the animals, harvest, canning
  • Take a fieldtrip to a local orchard or pumpkin patch to observe how apples / pumpkins grow

About the author

Sara

Sara Dennis is a homeschooling mother of 6. Her goal is to help moms simplify their homeschools so they can give their kids an excellent education and thrive at home. She blogs at Classically Homeschooling.

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