Autumn Reading Materials
It’s the time of year when the days are growing shorter, the air is getting crisper and the leaves are beginning to fall. It’s also a time of celebration with Thanksgiving around the corner and Halloween shortly after. Inspire your learners with autumn-themed resources. Help new Canadians learn about the fall holidays. Enjoy the spooky season with eerie stories or learn about creepy insects and animals. Embrace autumn with our selection of themed resources below.
Readers and Resources
- Celebrate! : an anti-bias guide to including holidays in early childhood programs
- Let’s celebrate
- Mummies and myths
- Nature’s playground : activities, crafts, and games to encourage children to get outdoors
- Seasons and celebrations
- Secrets of the mummies
- Special days and holidays
High/low books and readers for new literates
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