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Although fall officially started back in late September, temperatures only started dropping where we live about two weeks ago. And I’ve finally noticed that some of the leaves are changing colors.
To get kids moving while keeping them in the fall spirit, I’ve created a Fall Gross Motor Movement Game you can download and play whenever the kids need a movement break.
Note: For more fall printables and activities, see my Fall Activities for Kids page.
To play, simply print the Fall Gross Motor Movement Game cards and cut them out. Place one card into each of the six pockets on a differentiated instruction cube. Then have your children take turns rolling the cube and performing the indicated action.
This is a great way to provide kids with a fun movement break during the day.
Don’t have a differentiated instruction cube? You can also shuffle the cards and have kids draw one from a pile.
Here is a sneak peak at the pages included in the Fall Gross Motor Movement Games download:
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More fall learning resources
More fall posts from Gift of Curiosity:
- Fall on the farm sensory bin
- Fall sensory play ideas
- Scarecrow crafts and activities
- Fall-themed What is Missing? game
- Fall do-a-dot printables
You’ll find more resources for learning about fall on Fall Activities for Kids page and my Fall Activities Pinterest board.
Saundra B. Williams
Thank you for this idea. It is perfect for a group of wiggling children.
katie, your ideas are awesome! Thanks for sharing such wonderful activities for my curious students, ages two and three year olds!
Gross Motor Activities are a part of the daily curriculum along with their bouts of energy that already exsists.