1.) The Seasons: Fall by Nuria Roca
2.) Ten Apples Up On Top by Theo. LeSieg
I also found some great math worksheets from one of my favorite sites: homeschoolshare.com The author includes suggestions for a simple, preposition game and social studies activity about bragging, just like the characters from the book.
School time snippets has a craft using pom poms as the apples glued above images of characters from the book.
Scroll down this post from Mrs. Bumgardner's First Grade Class blog for a higher level craft to accompany this book. In this activity, students make combinations of five using red and green apples. SLPs could further expand it into discussing concept pairs like "same/different" and "more/less."
3.) There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves by Lucille Colandro
You can also find a nice variety of companion lessons at Sharing Kindergarten's post. There is a freebie included in this link in addition to materials that you can purchase. Not enough? Jenna Rayburn at Speech Room News has a companion package for this book at her TpT store. Included are activities to address sequencing, rhyming, verb tenses, pronouns, grammar, and much more! Her materials NEVER disappoint!
4.) Too Many Pumpkins by Linda White
Last year, I stumbled upon a free reading comprehension game by Sharing Kindergarten for this book, so I actually got the companion package well before the book arrived in the mail. There are 36 questions suitable for children in first through third grade. Follow this link to print your free game board, question cards and answer key.
5.) Apples and Pumpkins by Anne Rockwell
The last book in my bin for my fall collection is primarily about the fall with a page or two on Halloween at the very end. I spent some time printing Mayer-Johnson images to cover the words and make the text readable for little ones. Now, my version exposes toddlers and preschoolers to early literacy and it further promotes labeling pictures and reading from left to right.
For more Fall lesson plans, you can browse through my Pinterest board! Be sure to follow me on Bloglovin and Facebook for updates on new posts! In October, I will provide details about my Halloween book collection and companion activities.