I’ve been gearing up to share some awesome book lists with you as part of my new book series! I LOVED using picture books in the classroom, and now that I’m home with Quinn… I love finding new titles to share with you!
Everything I share with you on the blog I buy first. I am never recommending items I haven’t bought myself, reviewed, and used frequently- including books! Because of that- This post will contain affiliate links. You don’t pay any more, but if you purchase from my link I get a small commission. This allows me to try everything out that I recommend to you and keep my blog running smoothly (and getting more book lists to you!)
I will be going through a list of books for you today that focus on Fall and pair well with common fall activities! These books are fantastic for special education classrooms, but also for general education and inclusion classrooms.
Apples, Apples Everywhere is one of my FAVORITE read alouds for fall! It talks a ton about all the things we teach and activities we do in the fall! This is one of the books I adapted so that it can reach more students. This book has a ton of repetition which is perfect for our younger learners!
Apples and Pumpkins By Anne Rockwell is another favorite for Fall! The story is simple and contains a TON of the vocabulary we talk about during the first few weeks of school! Because the vocabulary is so rich this is another great book to adapt to reach more students!
How Do Apples Grow? By Jill McDonald is a great quick read that discusses the science of how apples grow! This is a great intro for science lessons for fall! I also pair this book with some independent work!
You can grab this free download in the Simply Free Library here!
I love the science focus of the fall theme! Weather is a super fun topic, so I love the book Fall Weather ! If you are starting a new morning meeting routine this fall (check out my routine here) this book is the perfect introduction!
If you are in need of some weather materials to pair with this book, you can download my Morning Meeting Real Pictures here!
If you have been following me for long, you know that I love cooking in the classroom! One of my favorite fall activities in the classroom is making applesauce! Applesauce Day by Lisa Amstuz is a great book to introduce this activity!
I also have a free crockpot applesauce recipe to pair with this book! You can download this free resource in the Simply Free Library (signup here!)
I hope this book list and free activities to go along with it was helpful for you! You can check out the affiliate links for all the books you’ve seen in this post below! Happy Fall!