October is here!!!!

Yay!  It’s FINALLY fall!!!  I’m so excited!  This is one of my favorite times of the year! October is off to a crazy busy start, but I’m having a TON of fun in the process! My students are loving our new additions to our arrival bins. I added these to my TpT store a few weeks ago.

There is a total of 12 activities that focus on the following skills:

  • 2D shapes
  • Counting
  • Number recognition
  • Number sequencing
  • Number formation
  • Rhyming
  • CVC patterned words
  • Ending sounds
  • Letter formation
  • Sight words

AND there are editable items!!! I tried to create activities that require fine motor activities as well. I try to sneak in any fine motor practice where I can! Here are a few of the ELA items:

And here is a closer look at the math items:

Would you like to win a FREE copy of this bundle?  I will be giving away 3 sets of my October bins!  Click the link to below to enter.  All you need to do is answer one of the following questions (or answer both for more entries).

  • What is your favorite fall activity?
  • Leave a comment about what types of activities you would like to see in the November arrival bins.

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Good luck everyone!!!



23 thoughts on “October is here!!!!

  1. Megan Horman says:

    My favorite fall activity is making applesauce in the crockpot and going on walks seeing the leaves changing colors.

  2. Megan Horman says:

    I would love to see more counting activities and letter/sound activities for November. The CVC activities are great too.

  3. Maryann Smith says:

    I love learning about bats and spiders. The students start out expressing how afraid they are of these creatures and then become very fascinated with them.

  4. Jan Sheppard says:

    I like the 2d shapes, how about some 3d shape matching and maybe some lowercase to sign language alphabet matching, for November.

  5. Michelle says:

    My favorite fall activity is taking walks in the cooler temperatures! And being able to read covered up with a blanket.

  6. Amanda Long says:

    I love carving a pumpkin with my class and talking about the pumpkin life cycle. I would love to see blending and counting to 20 in the bins.

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