Spring Hands TreeHave your children use various shades of green paint to press their hands in the shape of a treetop on a large piece of paper. Then add a trunk and hang on your bulletin board.>
Who Lives in the Forest?Create a large tree or several trees on the board. Let your children create animals that live in and around the trees (squirrels, birds, insects, etc.)
Hands TreeHave your children use various shades of green paint to press their hands in the shape of a treetop on a large piece of paper. Then add a trunk and hang on your bulletin board.
Acorn TreeDraw a tree branch coming from one side of your bulletin board. Give each child and acorn and let her decorate it. Have the acorns and leaves both attached and falling from the branch. On the ground put squirrels with all the teachers' names. Use a title like "Crazy for our Acorns," "Nuts about Fall," "Look What's FALLing," etc
The Leaf MuralEnlarge and print leaf patterns for each of your children (use as many different patterns as you can find) let your children sponge paint the leaves in fall colors. Then put them on your bulletin board with the title "Welcome Fall" You can also put them in a tree shape with a few leaves falling down with the title "Falling into Autumn"
Fall TreeCreate a tree on your bulletin board. Put a picture of each child on a leaf or cut the picture into a leaf shape. Help your children recognize their names by writing their name under their picture.
Leaves Bulletin Boards
Submitted by CindyIf you have access to a die cut of a leaf shape. Take the children picture and run it through the die cut. Then put a bare tree made out of construction paper and put it the middle of your bulletin board. Place the die cut pictures randomly falling from the tree. Use a header like "FALLING FOR (classname) KIDS"