Fall is a great time to get kids engaged in learning with fun and festive worksheets!
We have are a variety of fall worksheets for preschool that are both educational and engaging. These worksheets can be used for supplemental practice at home or in the classroom.
They’re great for helping kids practice a wide range of topics from pre-writing practice, counting, graphing, color matching, letter recognition, and more. Plus, kids love them!
So if you are looking for some great ways to get kids learning this fall, try these today.
Be sure to check out all of our preschool worksheets for even more ideas too.
Fall Printables For Kids
Apple Tree Number Matching
With this printable, kids will match the number of the apple to the empty space on the tree. It’s a fun way to learn counting or letter recognition.
There are two different trees that kids can choose from. One tree contains the numbers 1-13 and the second contains the numbers 14-26.
The apples are sized a 1″ circles, so they’re easy to cut out with a circle punch.
We recommend laminating both the trees and the apples so they can easily be reused.
Number Strip Puzzles
Number strip puzzles are a classic for a reason – they’re fun and simple!
Simply print out the mouse or squirrel puzzle, cut on the lines, and let your child reassemble the puzzle on their own. They can use the numbers on the left side to help build their furry friend.
These are another set of pages we recommend laminating. You can also create a busy binder page with these by adding adhesive velcro to the back of the strips and on a blank, laminated paper.
Want more fall activities? The fall printables bundle for kids is the perfect way to get your child excited for the upcoming fall season.
With 80 pages of fun and learning, your child will be entertained for hours. From worksheets to color by numbers and pattern block mats, this bundle has everything you need to keep your child occupied and learning all at the same time.
Fall Leaf Number Matching
Cut out these fall leaves and let your child match the written number to the picture of the dice.
These printables are great for helping children learn to subitize or to instantly recognize the number displayed in a group.
Laminate the leaves and use them over and over again!
Letter Recognition & Writing
We’ve also included three letter recognition worksheets that focus on the letters C, P, and W.
On each worksheet, kids will color the items that have the selected letter. On the bottom, kids will practice writing the uppercase and lowercase letters.
For children who need a little extra help with pre-writing skills, we’ve included 4 pages of prewriting practice.
Choose the worksheet that’s best for your child’s level and increase in difficulty over time.
We recommend laminating these pages and using a dry erase marker so kids can practice over and over without printing out more pages.
We love these letter mazes because they’re a fun way to work on letter recognition and do it without feeling like work!
Simply use a crayon or dot marker to follow the selected letter from the start to the finish line. We’ve included the letters B, H, and O in this set.
Fall Learning Worksheets
Besides everything listed above, we’ve also included 6 other worksheets including the following:
- counting raindrops (numbers 1-6)
- number matching (numbers 1-10)
- big or small worksheet
- nut color matching worksheet
- fall graphing worksheet (numbers 1-10)
- fall pattern worksheet
All of these printables are a fun way to help kids learn at home or in the classroom! Grab these worksheets here!
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Fall Ideas For Kids
Fall is the perfect time to get kids excited about learning. The cool weather and longer days are perfect for wiggling little bodies and growing minds.
One great way to take advantage of the season is to create a fall mini theme for kids that’s both fun and educational. We are sharing some of our favorite ideas below to get you started!
Children’s Books Related To Fall
One of the best ways to get into the fall spirit is by reading some of these great fall-themed children’s books. Not only are they a fun way to pass the time, but they can also teach kids about the changing seasons. Try out some of these popular ones:
So next time you’re looking for some fun storytime activities with your little one, grab a book from your shelf and read to them! Below are some of the top fall-themed books for kids.
There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves: The mischievous old lady swallowed a handful of leaves! Her tummy started to rumble. So she swallowed some more items. Then even more. But as her stomach grew full, the leaves began to poke out through her mouth… when suddenly – poofffff! – it turned into a scarecrow!
Pete The Cat Falling For Autumn: Pete is not a fan of fall. But he decides to do some detective work and finds out that there are lots of things about this season he loves, like corn mazes, hayrides, wearing scarves, and apple picking! This story helps kids learn that even though they might not love every season of the year, there are still good parts to each one.
We’re Going On A Leaf Hunt: The seasons are changing, the days getting are shorter, and children everywhere are starting to make plans for their favorite outdoor adventures – and what could be more fun than a Leaf Hunt?!
Kids’ Fall Crafts
Fall is the perfect time to get cozy with some crafts. There’s something about the crisp autumn air that makes DIY projects extra appealing. And what’s more, crafting is a great way for kids to express their creativity and have fun!
Add in some or all of these cool crafts:
Popsicle Stick Pumpkin Craft – If you’re looking for a fun project for the kids, this pumpkin craft is a great option. It’s great for kids who like to paint.
Handprint Acorn Craft – This acorn craft is the perfect fall activity for kids! Not only is it super easy to make, but it’s also a great way to teach kids about trees. Plus, it’s just really cute!
Apple Core Craft – One of our favorite autumn activities is making this apple core craft. It’s super simple – just glue squares of paper to a paper plate. But don’t be fooled, the results are super cute and make for a great addition to your child’s art collection.
Paper Plate Owl Craft – This owl craft is not only adorable, but it’s also a great way to fine-tune those fine motor skills!