I think I have said this before (I think I say it every year) but I absolutely love fall! I love it both in the classroom and out. I enjoy wearing scarves and boots, decorating, and also incorporating some seasonal fun into my classroom!
Sometimes putting a seasonal twist on seemingly everyday learning activities can make them that much more engaging. These free fall printables give us practice with important learning concepts, while bringing in a bit of fall fun!
These pair perfectly with our huge October Printables Bundle!
Learning letters and sounds is a huge step in learning to read! While learning letters and sounds, we also work on beginning alphabetical order.
This starts as simple as singing the abc’s, but we take it further by starting at random letters, or with fun cut and paste activities such as this pumpkin ABC order!
First, I give my students the pumpkin page for them to color and cut. I give them an envelope for their pieces, just in case we don’t get to gluing that day or they run out of time.
After they color and cut the pumpkins, they begin to glue them in alphabetical order on the recording page.
This is excellent practice for letter id as well as are searching through their pumpkins for just the right letter! This also is a great activity after reading our favorite pumpkin books!
As we get faster at identifying our numbers and understanding quantity, we can start to put sets together. My kids absolutely love dice games, so I try to incorporate dice whenever I can!
This roll, add, and color game is excellent for fall and beginning addition. You can adjust the level of difficulty by using different dice as well. Use dotted dice if children are needing the support of counting, or use numbered dice and number lines! We use roll and color games all the time for number id, addition, and subtraction too!
Graphing can be a tricky concept! I like to make it fun and seasonal for my students when I can. The goal is for them to realize that we can show information different ways, and that we can read graphs to learn and gather information.
In this fall graphing sheet, we counted the fall items and colored a square in their row for each one. We then talked about how the graph can show us which item was pictured most, and which item was pictured least (math vocabulary that we are working on as well!)
Download your Free Fall Printables
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