Looking for some free fall printables for preschoolers? Then you’ve come to the right place! Enjoy these 20+ fall printable activities for preschoolers.
Free Fall Printables for Preschoolers
If you’ve been a reader on my site for a while, you know how I feel about fall.
I love it.
I also love every other season (and love living in a place where we have all four seasons!), but fall is something special.
There are a hundred reasons why I think it’s great, but one big one is that it’s back-to-school season! And you know what that means: fall theme preschool lessons.
In this post I’m offering 20+ free fall printables for preschoolers. That’s one activity for every school day in a month! These fall activities are super cute and full of educational value. You can’t beat that!
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Fall Math Printables for Preschoolers
This sneaky squirrel counting game is a simple but oh-so-fun way to work on counting skills with your preschooler. The sneaky squirrel takes some of the acorns away and your child has to figure out how many he took. This is sure to have them giggling while they learn!
This free fall graphing game is a really easy way to reinforce basic graphing skills. It’s also a great transition activity from question-of-the-day activities.
These fall counting clip cards focus on counting and number identification for numbers 1-10. As a bonus, they also strengthen fine motor skills!
This fall roll and graph math activity is suitable for Preschool and Kindergarten students. What’s extra great about this math center is children will practice graphing skills and strengthen their fine motor muscles while coloring!
This fall tree number matching activity is a wonderful, hands-on way for kids to learn numbers 1-20 this fall! It’s perfect for kids who are just learning numbers and for those who are working on double-digit numbers as well.
There are several ways you can use this super cute leaves counting grid game in your math centers. It can be used for one-to-one correspondence, addition, and subtraction.
This free printable math game for preschool is so cute and easy to set up. It’s a simple fall math game that reinforces many basic math skills like subitizing, counting, and one-to-one correspondence.
Add some game-like fun to learning number names with this roll and color leaf activity. Preschoolers roll a jumbo dice (included in the printable) and then color the corresponding leaf number on the worksheet.
One of my favorite things about teaching fall-themed math activities are the cute manipulatives you get to use! These are some of my favorites.
But don’t be fooled, you can use these for just about any fall activity. Add them to sensory bins…use them to form letters…play games with them…the possibilities are endless!
Preschool Literacy Printables for Fall
This fall initial sound match-up is super easy to assemble and makes an excellent addition to your fall-themed literacy centers. Be sure to laminate it so you can use it year after year!
This fall sight word dash game is an adorable way to make learning fun. It’s also editable, so you can choose any words you want your kids to learn!
This pumpkin board game is a great way to differentiate your math and literacy centers this fall. It makes learning fun and engaging too!
These adorable build-the-alphabet apple letter mats are designed one to a page so you have lots of printing options. The free printable also comes with a black-and-white version for those who don’t want to print in color.
This apple names freebie is a fun way to teach kids their letters and how to spell their own names. It’s an editable printable so you can customize the apples to each child.
Who doesn’t want to think about a delicious apple pie while learning (…or teaching…ha!)? These pumpkin pie alphabet mats help with letter recognition and letter formation, and they’re fantastic for tactile learners.
Kids will have fun practicing tracing letters with these free pumpkin pie alphabet puzzle printables! They can also work on matching items with the same beginning sound.
These leaf alphabet cards are more than just your basic letter cards with a fall theme. Read about all the games and activities you can use with these cards in your fall preschool theme.
Pre-Writing Printables for Fall Theme
Kids will have fun working on letter recognition and writing upper and lowercase letters with these free apple alphabet letter tracing printable! This printable includes a page for each letter of the alphabet.
These fall fine motor pom pom mats give your kids tons of fine motor practice! They would be perfect for your fall preschool centers or kindergarten fine motor stations.
This apple fine motor and coloring printable can be used in a variety of ways, allowing you to tailor it to best suit your child’s needs. Try coloring, dot markers, stickers, sensory variations, and more.
These fall letter tracing printables let children explore letters while having fun. You can use this as a simple tracing activity or you can spice it up by turning it into an alphabet match center before tracing.
These lacing cards for fall are super easy to make and use, and they come with several options. This activity is perfect for training tiny hands with small motor development.
Try these fall pre-writing pages for some extra fun and some extra cuteness in your preschool writing center. This pack of prewriting pages offers all sorts of creative line work, and can even be used for scissor cutting practice.
Looking for even more Fall Printables?
Try my Autumn Activity Pack!
Looking for something educational to keep the kiddies busy learning for the coming harvest season? This Autumn Activity Pack includes six super fun activities and multiple variations of each! It’s perfect for any fall or autumn theme in preschool.
Or you might also enjoy these fall-themed printables for preschoolers.
I’m Sarah, an educator turned stay-at-home-mama of five! I’m the owner and creator of Stay At Home Educator, a website about intentional teaching and purposeful learning in the early childhood years. I’ve taught a range of levels, from preschool to college and a little bit of everything in between. Right now my focus is teaching my children and running a preschool from my home. Credentials include: Bachelors in Art, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction.