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Welcome cooler temps, fall flavors and more with these fun ways to celebrate the season — in and out of the classroom. Is pumpkin spice your favorite seasoning? Do you love all things red, orange, and yellow? If so, you’ll love these fall-themed links. Think fall leaves are a plane ride away? Thin

Oct 02, 2019

Welcome cooler temps, fall flavors and more with these fun ways to celebrate the season — in and out of the classroom.


Is pumpkin spice your favorite seasoning? Do you love all things red, orange, and yellow? If so, you’ll love these fall-themed links.

  1. Think fall leaves are a plane ride away? Think again. Here are five places to see fall leaves change color in Arizona.

  2. Get ready to celebrate Thanksgiving season with all ages with these resources.

  3. Up your nerd cred with one of these 49 Halloween costumes all book lovers will appreciate.

  4. Looking for something festive to do? Here’s one giant list of the events happening in Arizona this fall.

  5. Pumpkins aren’t just for Halloween! Head this way for 20 new ways to decorate your home with pumpkins.

  6. Can’t go without your daily Starbucks fix? Try the new Cinderella Latte to (pumpkin) spice things up.

  7. Inspire your budding scientists with these fall science experiments for kids.

  8. ‘Tis the season to gobble ‘til we wobble — or maybe just enjoy the state’s finest eats. Here’s a list of the Valley’s best restaurants.

  9. Explore shades, shapes, and symbols with these 10 Halloween art lessons.

  10. Get your sweet-tooth fix with 15 delicious baked treats that taste just like fall. (Your fellow teachers will thank you!)


Wishing you all the treats and no tricks this season!

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