Fall is my favorite season.
Unfortunately, here in Texas, we don’t get nearly the fall color that I was used to growing up.
So I try and make up for it by doing as many Autumn crafts and learning activities as we can.
This post was inspired by the many lovely tissue paper tree crafts I’ve seen around Pinterest (like this one!). But I decided to forgo the Pinterest worthy photo in favor of my kiddos learning to sort by color!
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Crayons or markers in Fall colors
Draw a tree on the paper, with each branch a different color, either red, yellow, orange or brown.
Next, have your child practice their fine motor skills by rolling a small square of colored tissue paper into a ball. Have them glue the paper to the corresponding branch color.
It took a lot of patience, but my boys worked together and really enjoying seeing the tree fill in with pretty colors!
And I THINK my youngest has finally figured out the difference between yellow and orange! Time will tell!
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