Fall in love with autumn with this free lesson about fall! This is my very favorite time of year. The temperatures start to cool off, the leaves start to change gorgeous colors, pumpkins, corn mazes, apple cider… Oh, my heart! Now, you can include the joys of fall in your home with this literature based science lesson.
Rabbit Trails through Science is a literature based nature curriculum. Now, you can check it out for yourself with this FREE fall lesson about leaves! Beautiful books, copywork, hands on activities, poetry, and more are what fill this lesson. Let’s dig in and see what all it includes!
Award Winning Books are the heart of Rabbit Trails through Science
This Rabbit Trails through Science lesson is filled with some amazing books! (You can access ALL of the books for all of the Rabbit Trails lessons in my Amazon Storefront!) The first book in this lesson is The Fox Went Out on a Chilly Night by Peter Spier. This book will inspire you to want to go out and enjoy all of the beauty that autumn has to offer!
This book is followed up by a Rabbit Trail into learning all about leaves and how they change color. Explore mutliple books about leaves, hear the song this story was inspired by, and so much more!
Get hands on with an autumn experiment
Your kids will be getting hands on by seeing how leaves change colors right before their eyes! Enjoy becoming a scientist while doing this project together.
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Continue down the Rabbit Trail…
This lesson isn’t just amazing literature and a nature lesson, but your children will be encouraged to dip their feet into some poetry, hands on activities, and more. For more Rabbit Trails lessons, head over to the Rabbit Trails Curriculum page to see all of the possibilities!
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