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    Pumpkin Spice Clipart

    My November clipart set just feels so cozy and festive – exactly like I want November to be! I really wanted to do a pumpkin spice theme, but maybe a little differently than others have already done. I couldn’t be happier with how these turned out. The color scheme makes me so happy because it’s not all oranges, reds, and golds – the purple and green really make a difference. You can download these in my TPT store or my Etsy store. Here’s what’s included in the entire bundle:

  • Friday Freebie – Pumpkin Spice Sugar

    I have a bit of an unconventional freebie for you today.  I found a recipe for Pumpkin Spice Sugar on The Cottage Market, and it comes with these really cute printable labels. How fun would it be to mix up a batch of Pumpkin Spice Sugar and some Cinnamon Sugar to jazz up some toast for snack time.  Then you could send little containers of each home with your students so that they could share with their families! Go check out the recipe and the labels and have a wonderful weekend!

  • Pumpkin-Themed Show and Tell

    Oh I love show and tell.  Seriously, I do. I know that for some teachers it is probably their least favorite thing, and I know teachers that refuse to do it because it create chaos in their classrooms – but I love it.  There are so many ways to use show and tell to support what you’re learning in the classroom (check out this post for ideas). One way to make show and tell really work for you is to link it to whatever theme or project you are currently working on.  Since October and November are all about pumpkins, here are some ideas for pumpkin related show-and-tell: Ask children…

  • 20 ways to explore pumpkins

    Pumpkin exploration is synonymous with Halloween in preschool.  But if you’re ready to try something other than painting pumpkins and sending them home, then check out this list! Carve pumpkins Explore the insides in the sensory table Separate the seeds and bake them Compare the insides to canned pumpkin Explore pumpkins of different shapes and sizes Look at a variety of different colored pumpkins See what items you can stick into the outside of the pumpkin Look at the insides of different types of pumpkins See if your pumpkins will roll down a ramp Measure your pumpkins with a piece of yarn Use the tops of your carved pumpkins as…

  • Friday Freebie – Pumpkin Spice Gift Set

    Happy Friday! I have something a little different for you this week. This freebie is designed to spread the autumn love and it’s a blog exclusive so you can only get it right here! Brighten someone’s day with this sweet little pumpkin spice set. Whether you send your favorite teacher a Halloween surprise, get a co-worker a little autumn pick-me-up, or share a latte with a good friend, this set is the perfect way to celebrate a love for pumpkin spice! It includes the orange tag card, the lattice pumpkin coffee sleeve, and some additional little circles that you can use as stickers or sprinkle around like confetti.  Cut out…

  • Autumn Cooking Projects

    Autumn is a great time to explore cooking in the classroom because the season naturally lends itself to so many food-related experiences. I’ve rounded up a few of my favorites, along with some great ideas from other bloggers, to give you plenty of recipes to choose from! Apple sauceMaking apple sauce is a great experience for preschoolers because they can be a part of the entire process.  Apples are soft enough that they can be easily cut with plastic knoves, and this recipe is made in the crockpot, so you can do it all in the classroom while they watch – and smell! Mini Apple PiesPlay to Learn Preschool  has…