Here are some ideas to spice up your Block Center for Fall. I like to add different items to my block center for different seasons and themes to add some extra fun and interest for the kids. These are things I have in my block center in Fall. Some are simple items to collect and others can be purchased from educational catalogs.
You can buy bags of Fall colored artificial leaves in craft stores or dollar stores. Add these leaves in a bin or basket for children to play with while they build with blocks.
Tree blocks are building blocks that are both fun and educational. Children have to use problem solving and math skills to build with these. Several companies sell these now. One of the sets that I own, I was able to find used on eBay.
Use a collection of forest animal toys for children to play with among the leaves or the Tree Blocks. Kids can build a forest with the Tree Blocks and put the animals in the forest. You can use a set of small animals like the Safari Ltd Toobs, or a larger set from an educational catalog.
Kids love to decorate their block buildings with these mini plastic pumpkins. These can always be found in many stores near Halloween (Walmart, Hobby Lobby, etc.) You could be brave and use the real mini pumpkins, but I use these mini plastic pumpkins so we won’t have any messes if a pumpkin is smashed.
Do you have any Fall Block Center ideas to share? If you have other Fall block ideas that you use in your classroom or at home with the kids, please share in the comments below!
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