Fall Classroom Tree
This Fall Classroom Tree is a project that the kids can all participate with. If you have more children than this size tree can hold, just create a bigger and taller trunk to accommodate the size of the class. Kids will love seeing their names and those of their classmates all hanging together on the tree.
Construction Paper (Fall Colors)
Print out your tree on White Cardstock.
Print leaves on the fall colored construction Paper for the children to cut out. Give each a section of the page with one leaf on it.
Teachers: If you are cutting out the leaves, I suggest that you cut out a pattern sheet on white paper and cut out 3 or 4 sheets at one time. Just staple the pattern over the four stacked sheets including in the middle of the page but not inside the leaf pattern. This will keep your pattern stable while you cut.
Have each child write his/her name on their leaf.
Then put a small dab of glue on the bottom end of the leaf and "hang" on the tree. When your tree is complete hang it on the bulletin board for all to admire.
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