Pumpkin Patch Dramatic Play: How to set it up in your preschool, pre-k, tk, and kindergarten classroom

It's fall and that means it's time to change the dramatic play center into a Pumpkin Patch! Students learn SO much through play in the dramatic play center. Fill your Pumpkin Patch with math and literacy play opportunities and your students won't even realize they are learning. 
Fall math, literacy, fine motor, art, sensory, and dramatic play activities for your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classroom.

Fall is always exciting in my classroom. Students are excited and interested in all the changes that are occurring outside (not to mention that Halloween just around the corner). We learn about what students are interested in and right now it is fall. I wanted to share with you some of my students' favorite fall themed activities

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How to set up your math center in your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classroom. FREE path game!
Little learners need many opportunities to explore, manipulate, represent, and learn various math concepts and skills. The math center is the perfect place for that when you intentionally plan and set up a math center rich in materials that promote mathematical exploration. Remember research tells us that students need concrete, hands on activities, and the opportunity to manipulate materials to develop math skills and concepts. Let's make your math center fun, engaging, and hands on for your little learners.
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