Inside: Add some hands-on learning with over 20 different fun fall printables that preschoolers love!
Parents, are you looking for a quick fall activity for this afternoon?
Well, here you go. 20+ free fall printables.
And fun. And educational!
In this collection you will find math, literacy, colors, shapes, fine motor, science and music. All perfect for fall.
Make sure to also check out our collection of 67 free printables that are fun for any time of the year!
50+ Free Fall Printables Preschoolers Love
Simple Apple Counting Activity: Work on one-to-one correspondence with apples.
Apple Graph Activity: Sort apples by shape and color with printable apple cards.
Apple Tree Counting: Recognize the number on each card and add that number of apples to the tree.
Stamping with Apples: Download the apple printable and stamp red paint on it!
Apple Art: Mix up some 2-ingredient puffy paint and press printable apple on top to make a print.
Apple Muffins: Use these sequence cards to make our favorite apple muffins.
Apple Dot Painting: Create colorful apples with Do-a-Dot markers or pom poms. (The Resourceful Mama)
Apple Tree ABC Match: Match upper to lowercase using dot stickers. (I Heart Crafty Things)
Apple Seed Counting: Save your apple seeds for this simple and fun math activity. (From ABCs to ACTs)
Apple Counting Match Up: Use these apple cards for 1 – 10 number recognition. (FSPDT)
What’s Inside an Apple? After exploring a real apple, record your observations on this sheet. (Buggy and Buddy)
Spin Painted Pumpkin Art: Print the pumpkin on paper and toss it into a salad spinner for some colorful fun.
Simple Pumpkin Seed Math: How many seeds go on each pumpkin?
No-Mess Pumpkin Art: Quick and easy and so much fun!
Pumpkin Prints: Mix 2 colors on foil with Q-Tips for a fun fine motor art activity.
Pumpkin Matching: From happy to spooky faces, these can be used as a puzzle or a memory game. (From ABCs to ACTs)
Pumpkin Outlines: A simple outline of a pumpkin for art and craft activities. (Gift of Curiosity)
Sorting Leaves by Color: Go on a leaf hunt and sort leaves by color during circle time.
Fall Leaf Action Art: Paint a paper leaf in a jar … with a pinecone!
Fall Leaves I Spy Game: Download the printable and go on a leaf hunt while playing this game. (And Next Comes L)
Stamped Fall Tree: Stamp paper tubes in paint onto a printed tree. (Crafty Morning)
Leaf Hunt: Get outside and hunt for leaves, sorting them by color. (KC Edventures)
Spider Snack: Build counting skills while putting together edible spiders.
Spider Puppet: These are a great prop to use while singing “Itsy Bitsy Spider”.
Put the Spiders on the Web: Recognize the number on each card and put that many spiders on the web.
Bat Color Matching: Work on color recognition while placing the colored bats in pairs.
Fingerprint Bats: Create a bat silhouette using your fingerprints and a bat template. (Crafty Morning)
Muddy Pigs: Put the paper pigs in a bag with shaving cream and brown tempera paint and move it all around.
Farm Pigs Painting: Paint the paper pig using golf balls!
Farm Counting Cards: Count the number of farm objects on each card and clip the correct number.
Farm Fine Motor Fun: Practice moving left to right by following the lines.
Farm Animal Counting Puzzles: Put the numbers in numerical order to create a farm picture.
Farm Picture Cards: Display these cards on your science table during the farm theme.
Put the Feathers on the Turkey: This turkey activity is a great way to work on color recognition.
Thankful Banner: After each child decorates a leaf, attach printable labels and hang in the classroom.
Thankful Turkey Craft: Use the free printable to write what the child is thankful for and use it for a fun Thanksgiving craft.
T is for Turkey: A fun Thanksgiving coloring page.
Thanksgiving Dinner: Use these printables in the dramatic play area.
Fall Coloring Pages: 6 fall-themed coloring pages for preschoolers. (Red Ted Art)
More Fall Printables
Fall Printable Activity Pack: 20+ pages of do-a-dot pages, math, and language. (Little Pinch of Perfect)
Candy Corn Printables: A fun way to work on letters and numbers, plus a pumpkin and tree activity. (This Reading Mama)
Fall Counting Cards: Go on a walk to collect nature materials. Then count them using these fall cards! (Natural Beach Living)
Fall Dot Marker Pages: These pages are perfect when you are looking for quiet activities. (3 Dinosaurs)
Fall Playdough Mats: Bring fall to your play dough table! (This Reading Mama)
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