Oct 10, 2015

Primary Punchbowl: Fall Blog Hop Fun!

I'm so excited to be joining this fun Fall Blog Hop hosted by the new Collaborative Blog that I am privileged to be a part of The Primary Punch Bowl. 

Once you have gone through the hop and collected all your goodies be sure to head over to our new blog and enter to win a pair of Kendra Scott earrings and a teacher goodie basket. So jump right in and have a ball!

We are all sharing an idea for a fall activity, a freebie, sale items and a giveaway. 

One activity my kiddos love is Q-tip painting. I like it too. It is easy prep and pretty low mess. Each fall we talk about the changing of the seasons as the leaves begin to change. Then we complete this Q-tip painting of the four seasons. Make copies of the template, put out paint in the colors needed and Q-tips. Easy, Peasy, Lemon Queezy, and they always look great hanging up around our room!

My kiddos just love any Write the Room, Count the Room, Scoot type of activities. Anytime they can be up moving around the room while learning it is a win-win. So for your freebie I have this great fall themed Leaf Count the Room activity. 

It is for number values 0-20 and there are directions for differentiating instruction included too! Please be kind and leave feedback if you download! 

You can get these fabulous products in my store for 50% now through October 18th!

You can also search TpT for all of the featured products on sale using #primarypunchbowlfallhop.

Enter the rafflecopter below for your chance to win a $25 TpT gift card!

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Now be sure to check out all the other great posts to get lots of great ideas, freebies, sale items and chances to win so fabulous prizes. Then don't forget to head over to our new collaborative blog
The Primary Punch Bowl to win the Kendra Scott Earrings and Teacher gift basket!


  1. What a cute idea of painting the four seasons with q-tips! I will have to do this sometime this month, because I love anything easy and artistic! Thanks!
    Very Perry Classroom

  2. We do a similar q-tip painting activity with our Tree unit! Thanks for the great freebie!
    Always Kindergarten

  3. I love your blog design! What a great craft. I saw these in a first grade room last week! Thanks for the great freebie! I'm your newest follower.

    Shifting Teacher K-2

    1. So glad you like the freebie! Thanks for stopping by and your sweet comments!


  4. I love the four seasons picture. That would be great to do with my daughter. She keeps asking about what comes next and is the snow coming. This would be a fun visual reminder for her!

    Sara J Creations

  5. Looks great, Laura!! Hope you are having a fab fall in the classroom! :)

    1. Thanks Megan! Hope your fall is wonderful too!


  6. Love your seasons painting! This is so cute and interactive! Your products are amazing and you are truly dynamic! Super cute! Thank you for sharing!


  7. We love your Q-Tip trees! Each year, our class adopts a tree and takes a picture with the tree throughout each season. These Q-Tip trees would be fun to incorporate and extend the lesson. Thank you for sharing such a neat idea!

  8. Hi! Your q-tip painting project looks like so much fun! Your products look amazing also. Thanks for sharing!
    Mrs B's First Grade

  9. Laura, I love that idea for the four seasons! I will definitely have to do that! Thanks for the ideas, great post. :)

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