Fall for Autumn Classroom Decor

It may be officially fall but with 90 degree temps it still feels like summer in Texas. Sometimes it is difficult for young children to understand the difference in seasons when their surroundings do not reflect change. A great way to help them discover the uniqueness of autumn is to add some fall fun to your classroom décor.

Sometimes it is difficult for young children to understand the difference in seasons when their surroundings do not reflect change. A great way to help them discover the uniqueness of autumn is to add some fall fun to your classroom décor. You can also encourage creativity and teamwork by getting your class involved in a fall decorating project using apples, pumpkins, acorns, squirrels, owls, scarecrows, leaves, Indian corn, crows, corn stalks, or sunflowers.

You can also encourage creativity and teamwork by getting your class involved in a fall decorating project using apples, pumpkins, acorns, squirrels, owls, scarecrows, leaves, Indian corn, crows, corn stalks, or sunflowers.