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a book about all the fun you can have with autumn leaves?
Leaves Fall! is
title talks about
all the things that kids can "do" with fall leaves, such
piles of them, rake them up, collect and label them, even make pictures
with them. It's always good to teach about why leaves change color, how
trees change over the seasons, etc... but sometimes isn't it also fun
and educational to talk about all the ways we can have fun and learn by
interacting with the leaves firsthand! This book is perfect for that
definitely be a discussion starter.
Halpern's vibrant cut paper illustrations just add to the fun! School Library Journal said "this is a seasonal title you won't want to miss" and Booklist promises that of the many kid's books about fall, "few capture a young child's experience of the season as succinctly as this one."
Interest Level: PreS-Gr. 1 DRA Level: 16
Difficulty Level: age 4-8 Lexile Measure: 260L
Guided Reading Level: I Grade Level Equiv: 2.2
are some sample
pages from inside Fall
Leaves Fall. At the small sizes that we are showing
them, you can't quite see how the illustrations are paper collages,
but the close-up at the top of this page should give you an idea of the
three-dimensional, collage look.
And below are a few more pages. As you can see, these pages are devoted to how kids interact with fall leaves. The illustration on the left is part of a spread about collecting leaves while the spread on the right is about playing in the leaves. The text reads: "We like to stomp on the leaves -- CRUNCH! / We like to kick the leaves, too..." Another thing you can do with leaves is collect them to make art. Something you probably do with your students too. That's why we like this book... it's all about what kids DO with leaves. :)
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