Unit Content

LITERACY
01
L is for Leaf

Ages 2 to 5: Use dot markers to learn the letters L and T as well as their corresponding sounds

02
Color Words

Ages 3 to 5: Support or assess color word recognition while practicing fine motor skills

03
Leaf Letter Match

Ages 3 to 6: Build vocabulary, practice letter formation, and identify beginning letter sounds by matching letters to the correct leaf and its corresponding tree

04
Leaf Three Part Cards

Ages 3 to 6: Expand vocabulary and support language development while learning about different types of leaves

Numeracy
05
Count the Leaves on a Tree

Ages 2 to 5: Practice counting, one-to-one correspondence, and identifying quantities while building fine motor skills

06
Which Leaf is Missing?

Ages 3 to 5: Determine what comes next in the pattern

07
Leaf Classification

Ages 3 to 6+: Classify leaves by different attributes including size, shape, margin, and veins

08
Leaf Color Graph

Ages 3 to 6+: Create a graph based on leaf color

S.T.E.M
09
Leaf Match

Ages 2 to 6+: Learn the names of six different types of leaves while building visual discrimination skills, improving phonetic spelling, and practicing letter formation and handwriting

10
Parts of a Leaf

Ages 3 to 6+: Build vocabulary and writing skills by observing, identifying, and labeling the different parts of a leaf

11
Why Do Leaves Change Color?

Ages 3 to 6+: Learn how, and why, leaves change colors in the fall by performing a simple experiment

12
Leaf Veins

Ages 4 to 6+: Identify and describe the different type of vein patterns in a leaf

Motor Development
13
Leaves on the Tree

Ages 2 to 5: Practice cutting skills with this simple invitation to cut out leaves

14
Leaf Sewing Cards

Ages 3 to 6: Encourage careful observation, learn about leaf vein patterns, and strengthen fine motor skills with these sewing cards

Art
15
Leaf Collage

Ages 2 to 6+: Gather some favorite art materials and loose parts to decorate a leaf

16
Leaf Press Cover

Ages 2 to 6+: Foster the connection between science and art by learning how to preserve a leaf's beauty

17
Complete the Leaf

Ages 4 to 6+: Practice observational skills, hand-eye coordination, and patience by drawing the missing half of a leaf

Environment
18
Leaf Exploration

Ages 2 to 6+: Enhance your leaf explorations with this handy guide

19
Leaf Margins

Ages 4 to 6+: Learn how to describe a leaf by its margins

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Unit Includes

  • 19 Lessons