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10+ Fall Leaves Printables and Activities for Kids

Down here in Southern Alabama, we don’t get all the pretty Fall colors.  It is either hot or cold with nothing in between. LOL!  Consequently, I love to find Fall leaves printables for use in homeschooling my little one.  I want him to understand what happens in other parts of the world.

Fall Leaves

Fall Books to Check out and read with your kids

Below you will find a few Fall books to read with your kids. You can also simply let them read them on their own or browse the pages.

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 Apples and PumpkinsApples and Pumpkins There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves!There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves! We’re Going on a Leaf HuntWe're Going on a Leaf Hunt Fall Mixed Up (Carolrhoda Picture Books)Fall Mixed Up (Carolrhoda Picture Books) The Biggest Pumpkin EverThe Biggest Pumpkin Ever Goodbye Summer, Hello AutumnGoodbye Summer, Hello Autumn Pete the Cat: Five Little PumpkinsPete the Cat: Five Little Pumpkins The Berenstain Bears and the Prize PumpkinThe Berenstain Bears and the Prize Pumpkin Why Do Leaves Change Color? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)Why Do Leaves Change Color? (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2) Mouse’s First Fall (Classic Board Books)Mouse's First Fall (Classic Board Books) Counting on Fall (Math in Nature)Counting on Fall (Math in Nature) Bad Apple: A Tale of FriendshipBad Apple: A Tale of Friendship The Ugly PumpkinThe Ugly Pumpkin

Fall Leaves Printables:

I hope you and yours enjoy these printables & crafts as much as Tank and I do!

  1. The Fall Mega Pack from No Stress Homeschooling (formerly Learning 2 Walk)  covers both literacy and math skills. There is even an activity that involves a magnifying glass!

Looking for some fun fall activities for preschoolers or activities for kindergarten? Try the Fall Mega Pack!

2. This Fall Leaf Unit Study from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom is a perfect companion to your homeschool plan for all ages!

3. You and your kids can learn All About Leaves with this free printable pack from 3 Dinosaurs!

4. This L is for Leaf craft is a fun way to introduce Fall to your Preschoolers!

5. Crafty Morning curated a ton of Fall Leaves Crafts for your kids to make.

6. With a little help, you and the kids can make this adorable Fall Leaves Banner decorate your home.

7. Have you ever used Black Glue?  Try these leaf window clings from Mess for Less!

8. Don’t forget to add Math into your Fall Leaf Unit Study with these free Fall Leaf Math printables

More Fall Crafts:

Fall isn’t just about leaves!  You can learn even more about fall with any of these projects and printables!

  1. P is for Pumpkin (preschool alphabet)
  2. A is for Apple: 6 Educational Activities for Kids
  3. L is for Leaf Crown (preschool alphabet)
  4. A is for Apple (preschool alphabet)
  5. 6 Crafty Apple Activities for Kids
  6. Apple Collage Craft

Do you have any favorite fall leaves printables that you use in your homeschooling?  Please share them in the comments below!

JenniferDHS

Tuesday 8th of September 2015

I love the fall-themed activity pack. I would love if you linked up at Bookshelf, a permanent subject-specific linkup (www.dearhomeschooler.com/bookshelf I have started a new Fall-themed linkup under themes.

This pack will be perfect fun in the next couple weeks.

Wendy

Sunday 6th of September 2015

Can you recommend a site that is better suited to the under 24 month age group? "Learning to Walk" is not a good description of this website or its contents. I thought it would be for kids who are learning to walk.

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letwhylead

Thursday 6th of November 2014

Great resource! One of my big passions lately is helping my kids see and appreciate this beautiful world. All of these are a fun way to reiterate the message!

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Sunday 12th of October 2014

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