If you and your kids love the book Little Acorn by Melanie Joyce, then you’re in for a treat!
Our Little Acorn book activities are the perfect way to bring this story to life. Each printable is based on the book’s themes and characters, making them a great addition to storytime or classroom learning!
From tracing and letter recognition to fine motor skills and creativity, our Little Acorn worksheets have something for every child.
And the best part? These activities are not just limited to the book! You can use them as standalone worksheets or incorporate them into your lesson plans.
For even more resources, check out our preschool worksheets for some fun and educational printables.
Little Acorn Worksheets
This book companion set includes the following printables:
- Letter Aa do a dot printable
- Finish the pattern worksheet
- Line tracing activity
- Label the squirrel
- Little Acorn flashcards
Aa for Acorn Do a Dot
This activity is perfect for helping kids practice letter recognition in a fun and interactive way! Simply print out the worksheet and have your child use dot markers, stickers, or other small objects to find the upper and lowercase letter Aa’s.
Finish the Pattern Printable
Our pattern printable is a great way to help children develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
They’ll have to look closely at the cute illustrations and figure out what comes next! Once they’ve decided, they’ll cut and paste the correct image to complete the pattern.
So not only will your kids learn about patterns, but they’ll also develop their scissor skills!
Line Tracing Worksheet
As your kids follow the dotted lines in this activity, they’ll strengthen their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. This worksheet is perfect for preschoolers learning to write or kids needing extra hand-control practice!
Label the Squirrel
Can your little learners identify the different parts of a squirrel? Now they can with this label the squirrel worksheet! Not only is this printable good for language development, but it also helps with visual perception and reading comprehension.
Little Acorn Flashcards
These flashcards feature key images from the book, including a little acorn! Use them to practice vocabulary, play memory games, or even act out scenes from the story – learning has never been so fun!
Fall Ideas For Kids
Fall is the perfect time to explore and learn with your kids. The leaves are changing, the weather is cooler, and there are so many seasonal activities to do together. Here are some more fall ideas to keep the learning fun going!
Fall Children’s Books
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’ Crafts For The Fall
Pete the Cat Scarecrow Craft – Have your kids transform Pete the Cat into a scarecrow with this fun craft! They’ll love getting their favorite character involved in the fall festivities. Download our free template and follow the easy instructions for an exciting afternoon activity!
Pumpkin Scarecrow Craft – Get your little ones in the fall spirit with our cute pumpkin craft. As they piece together their pumpkin scarecrow, they’ll work on their cutting, gluing, and problem-solving skills! This activity is also easy to set up and perfect for all ages.
Little Acorn Craft – What better way to celebrate the Little Acorn book than with a fun and easy craft? Using just a few materials, your kids can create an acorn friend to enjoy while reading the book!
Combine this craft with our Little Acorn activity pages for an acorn-themed day of learning.
Corn Craft – Paper crafts are always a hit with little kids, and this corn craft will be no exception.
They can follow our step-by-step instructions or let their creativity run wild and make some unique corn cobs. It’s a great way to learn about fall harvest and practice scissor skills, too!
Fall Activities For Kindergarten
For a fun and educational activity, try these fall connect the dots with your kindergarteners!
They’ll reveal seasonal images like apples and hedgehogs as they connect the dots on each page. Your kids will have a blast as they practice counting and number recognition!
Our scarecrow activity sheets offer lots of learning opportunities for little kids. They can play matching games, solve puzzles, and even practice their graph skills with these fall-themed worksheets! Print them out and have a fun afternoon of learning with your kiddos.
Fall graphing worksheets are the perfect way to introduce kids to graphing and data interpretation. With cute autumn pictures, your kindergarteners will be excited to count and graph their findings! Plus, it’s a great way to work on fine motor skills as they color in their charts.
Your kindergarteners will be so excited to practice sequencing with these fun apple pattern worksheets! They’ll get to cut out and glue the missing image to complete each seasonal pattern. This helps to reinforce their understanding of repetition and visual discrimination!
These apple alphabet play dough mats encourage letter recognition, fine motor skills, and proper letter formation in young learners.
And they’re so much fun to play with! Print the mats out, then have your kids use play dough to form each letter for some hands-on learning.