This month’s free printables have a fall-themed focus – leaves, pumpkins, and fall trees! These printables are geared towards Late Preschool/Kindergarten, as they focus on early phonics, simple math, and basic skills.
To save printer ink, print these pages and insert them in page protectors. Let your child use a dry erase marker so they can easily be erased and worked on multiple times throughout this fall season.
In this 5-page printable set, you’ll find:
- Fall Scissor Skills – Practice scissor skills by cutting the path of the falling leaves
- Fall Match Time! – Determine which leaves/pumpkins match in each row
- Fall Beginning Sounds – Determine the correct beginning sound of each object
- Fall Follow the Leader – Practice simple addition with this unique follow-the-leader style worksheet
- Pumpkin Letter P Practice – 2 separate types of phonics including handwriting practice
Fall is a great time to get outside. The summer heat has subsided and the cold of winter hasn’t set in. Take the family out for some quality time, fresh air, and fun. Need ideas? Try these outdoor activities.
Go for a hike.
Hit the local trails. There are no bugs this time of year, and wildlife love the cooler temperatures, making them more active.
Football in the backyard.
You don’t have to play by the official rules. Just throw the ball and run around–at least that’s what our family football games look like!
Take a bike ride.
Ride your bikes around the neighborhood, around town, or on a local bike trail.
Go for a fall scavenger hunt.
Make a list of fall stuff to find. Educating Laytons has great printable scavenger hunt ideas, including a harvest hunt that would be great for fall.
Get the whole family in on the design and the carving. Choose a warm day, and carve them outside to cut down on the mess. Set your creations on the front porch for all to see!
We have friends who love geocaching as a family. I’ve never done it, but it sounds fun.
Check out the stars.
The clear autumn skies are great for stargazing. Bundle up, grab a blanket, and lie under the stars. Download a stargazing app like Star View onto your phone to identify what you are looking at.
Have a great time!
Leigh J. says
Love the printables!!! Thank you so much!!! My daughter is working on this right now in school and needs more practice!
How do I download it?
Jen, just click on the big picture that says ‘Fall Printables.’ It will immediately take you to the download and you’ll then have the option to save it on your computer.
I can’t get it to work either =-(
pam black says
not able to download the link just redirects to the same page tried even right click open in a new window same thing it just open the same link…. love to have these for fall curriculum thanks.
I homeschooled my 3 children eons ago & sure wish I had access to all these beautiful resources such as you have! Nice work~thanks so much for sharing. God bless you!