Build teamwork in your own classroom campground.

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Children can transform a simple flowerpot into a charming owl with just a little imagination.

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This fun craft is a great “hide-and-seek” activity and would go well with Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar book.

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A quick and simple activity to get in the fall spirit.

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These fun, festive apple trees are a perfect craft to go along with a unit on apples, fall harvests, or Johnny Appleseed.

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Explore flotation by creating little boats out of apples.

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Children can create a great take-home craft with these fun corn and pumpkin shapes.

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This activity is a great way for students to contribute to the autumn décor in your classroom.

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Children can practice sorting, counting, and various other math concepts with this activity.

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These feathered friends are a real hoot.

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this is a great activity to explore the different colors and textures of autumn leaves

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Explore autumn in a sensory way with this fun, themed activity.

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these feathered friends are a real hoot

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these simple leaf ornaments will delight any class and make for a great craft for chilly autumn days

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Children will love looking at the sun catchers as they hang in a window.

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