Inside: Fall Printables for Preschoolers so fun you won't want to wait for your printer to finish printing them.
Fall is a delightful time of year! As the weather cools and leaves change colors, kids get ready for all their favorite fall activities. In anticipation of this wonderful time, we have put together some adorable fall printable worksheets that will be fun for preschoolers to work on while also teaching them new skills.
These autumn inspired printables are a fun way to practice life skills while also seeing the magic and loveliness of fall leaves, the colors and the beauty.
They're perfect for parents, teachers, and homeschoolers. I can't get enough of these cute little autumn leaves. There is so much to learn here, from counting and graphing to fluency and simple math . . . your preschooler will learn so much with this collection of printables.
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Fall Printables for Preschool
These adorable fall printable worksheets for preschoolers will allow kids to explore their creativity while also helping them learn new skills.
If you're doing these at home, make sure you put the whole set together beforehand, to avoid the craziness of printing, laminating and cutting out of your life while your children are waiting as patiently as their little bodies can. Don't put off the prep on these. Their tiny adorable patience can't last, which means neither will yours.
Start the night before and have everything ready to go.
Laminating is your personal insurance that you'll be able to use these printables again. Do this ahead of time too, because your laminator will take longer than you expect when you're in a rush. Just like those cheeky printers.
Let's keep that chaos out of our life and just prepare this ahead of time. I like to print everything the night before, laminate them, and have everything ready to go when I am ready for learning time with the kids.
Some of these printables will take a little bit of preparation. You'll need to print them out, laminate, then cut some out. Others are simple print and go, and others are busy books, which I LOVE but they take the longest to put together.
–A laminator– If you want to keep these printables around as long as you can, so I recommend laminating the pages so you can get the most use out of them. I have three children, so these cards get a lot of use.
-Scissors- You have to cut out the cards, you can use scissors, or this fancy paper cutter.
–Manipulatives– This is just a fancy word for something they can use with their hands to create or solve the problem with. So you can use anything you have on hand. Pompoms, tiny erasers, or clothespins to help those fine motor skills muscles. I always go for the clothespins, because opening them is SO good for those muscles they'll need when they start writing. Some of the printables will require these, others will not, but they're good to have on hand.
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How Do You Use These Fall Printables for Preschoolers?
To use, print them off, laminate them to get the most use (once laminated they won't tear easily, so you can reuse later!) then show your child how to use them.
This of course depends on the printable, most of them have a very detailed list of instructions as well as a list of other uses. for example, you can use the “Feed the Pumpkin” printable to spell words, or play a game of more than and less than, and feed your pumpkin the higher number.
Prepare Your Autumn Preschool Printables
This is pretty self explanatory, but I still get questions, and I want to make sure you're getting the most of your products, so if you already know everything you need and what to do, feel free to scroll on by.
-gather supplies: your pages, laminator, scissors, and any other supplies the product says you need.
-laminate all the pages. This allows them to be used more than once, even year after year.
-cut out any pages that require cutting, you'll be able to tell if you have any of these in your product pages.
Then boom! You're ready!
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Preschool Printables for Autumn, How to Differentiate
These cards were put together lovingly by me, with preparing my kids for kindergarten in mind. I love creating things my kids will love and enjoy, and will help boost their knowledge.
You can make a lot of these work for older or younger kids by changing little things in each set. For the Feed the Pumpkin printable as an example, you can give your child just a few pieces of “candy” to feed their pumpkin, so there aren't as many choices. Giving them letters a-g would make it a lot easier to find the letter e, compared to all the letters in the alphabet.
To make it more difficult, you can create a word out of these letters– you might need to print them more than once to create certain words– then you can do something like “HARVEST” and have your child create as many words out of the bigger word as they can.
My kindergartener is learning to read, so it's fun for us to talk about all the words he sees on the paper, and the ones he can create.
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Fall Preschool Printables
Fall is a wonderful time of year. The leaves are changing colors, the weather is crisp and cool, and kids are excited about all the fall activities! In anticipation of the season, I have compiled some adorable fall printable worksheets for preschoolers that will allow them to explore their creativity while also teaching them new skills.
Autumn Lacing Cards Printable is a great way to practice fine motor skills with your preschooler. These are so fun, and are themed around fall foliage and harvest season.
The art is so beautiful on these too!
I love how easy these are. Print them off (I recommend using a thick card stock) laminate and cut them out, then hole punch. Then you're ready to give them to your little learners with some shoe laces or string with tape around the ends.
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
15 page PDF
12 different objects to lace.
Directions about using these and ways to differentiate.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Great for homeschoolers
Perfect for preschool teachers
Use these in centers or morning work
Your little learner will get to practice their fine motor skills
Fine motor skills are an important step before learning to write and trace, sometimes this is called "pre-writing skills" or "pre-writing muscles", Let's flex them!
These autumn sewing cards are great for independent work!
Each page is 8.5" x 11", but you can adjust this in your printer settings.
Halloween Gnomes Memory Game for Preschoolers is such a great way to keep the fun of Halloween in the classroom without scaring any children. The art on this is SO cute and fun, your students will love it. Gnomes are so popular today, and these Halloween ones are so colorful and pretty.
If you’re a teacher looking for a nice and easy way to add fun into your Halloween learning, this is it.
I love how easy these are to just print and use!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
15 Matches across 4 pages, with a page to use on the back of your cards.
WHO IS IT FOR?
This is perfect for preschoolers and kindergarten classrooms
Classroom parties are always a fun time to introduce memory games
Make Halloween fun with these cute gnomes!
Give your child a fun Halloween printable.
Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers to practice matching and memory before kindergarten.
Each page is 8.5″ x 11″, but you can adjust this in your printer settings.
Autumn Counting Mats are awesome for preschoolers! These printables are not just a fun way for children to learn. They also make the learning process more interactive and engaging. Play Doh mats are a great way to warm up a student who is new to the classroom, making it perfect for the first week of school.