I first started writing this for next week’s Reading Round-up, but then I decided to have fun with it as a post all its own.

Over at the Wild Rose Reader, Elaine Magliaro has two terrific posts about having fun with all those falling (or about to be falling) leaves.

In Autumn Leaf Crafts & Activities you’ll find great ideas (and links) for fun things to do with leaves. You’ll also find a link to her Nonfiction Monday post with a comprehensive review of Look What I Did with a Leaf!

So, as I was writing about Elaine’s posts, my brain started branching out with ideas for stories you can share to go along with the theme. We’d love to hear about your unbeLEAFable fall favorites. We’d love to have your link and your comments.

Happy Autumn

2 responses to “Unbe-LEAF-able

  1. Thanks for alerting your blog readers to my “leaf” posts at Wild Rose Reader. I’m happy to tell you that my second grade students had a great time creating animal leaf collages that were inspired by Sohi’s book LOOK WHAT I DID WITH A LEAF!.

  2. In my Wild Rose Reader post Autumn Book Bunch: Leaves, Leaves, Leaves!, I have reviews of three picture books I highly recommend: OLIVER FINDS HIS WAY, FLETCHER AND THE FALLING LEAVES, and THE LITTLE YELLOW LEAF.

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