Fall is my favorite favorite time of year, and fall color is one of the reasons for that. A couple of weeks ago, Randy and I tried out our inflatable kayak. We were on a small lake in St. Paul, and we got to admire a bit of fall color while a bald eagle hunted on the lake. Amazing.
My book A Leaf Can Be… (illus by Violeta Dabija and published by Millbrook) looks at what leaves can do throughout each season. The fall spreads are my favorite in the whole book. I’ve got boatloads of activity sheets, a teaching guide, and other resources on the book page here, plus a readaloud on my Readalouds Page here. Enjoy!
[My Classroom Connections posts share a way to connect one of my books or poems to a classroom topic–often something timely that you might be covering in the next month or so. Please share this post if you have educator friends who might be interested–thanks!]
This book of yours is a favorite of mine, Laura. I do love fall colors. If you create a new image poem this autumn, can you please send it my way so I can showcase it in my #AbundantAutumn Gallery?