Fall Worksheets (for Preschool & Kindergarten)
Look no further for fall worksheets for your preschool or kindergarten child. The five free fall worksheets will engage your young learner.
Fall is full of hands-on learning opportunities for children.
Raking leaves and carrying pumpkins build your child’s gross motor skills. Sorting apples by color builds critical thinking skills.
But in between a trip to the pumpkin patch and picking a Halloween costume, you still need to teach your preschool child important early academic skills.
These fun and festive fall worksheets will help your little learner practice their preschool skills.
Scroll on down and grab the free fall worksheets for your preschool or kindergarten-age children.
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Preschool Fall Worksheets
These preschool fall worksheets cover important academic skills like shapes, counting, and letter recognition. They also include important fine motor skills like cutting, pasting, and coloring.
The Fall Worksheets for Preschool (and Kindergarten) include five free printables:
- Dot the Apples Fall Worksheet
- Preschool Subitizing Fall Worksheet
- Shapes Fall Worksheet
- Color by Number Fall Worksheet
- Counting Fall Worksheet
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Last, you will click the button in the email from me and the worksheets will appear in your browser. You are free to download them to your computer.
Important note: these worksheets are for individual home use or classroom use only. Please do not post them anywhere online or share with others. You are welcome to share the link to this blog post.
- Related: Preschool Worksheet Packets
Dot the Apples Fall Worksheet
Letter recognition or alphabetic fluency is one of the two best predictors for reading success. So learning the alphabet is really important for your preschool or kindergarten child.
(The other critical predictor is phonological awareness).
It is important for preschool and kindergarten students to identify both the capital, or uppercase letter, and the lowercase letters.
In the Dot the Apples Fall Worksheet, your child will differentiate between the capital and lowercase letter Aa.
Using dot markers, your child will dot the capital letter A red and the lowercase letter a green.
Then your child can color the picture.
No dot markers? No problem. Just use crayons or regular markers.
- Letter recognition
- Visual discrimination
- Hand-eye coordination
Want all 26 letters of the alphabet? Plus an optional cover to bind it like a workbook? Grab the set in the Printable Parents’ shop.
Preschool Subitizing Fall Worksheet
In preschool and kindergarten, it is an important skill that children can quickly recognize a quantity. This is called subitizing.
Subitizing shows that children are developing number sense, or a deep conceptual understanding of numbers and their values.
On the Preschool Subitizing Fall Worksheet, the apples have dots in them that range in value from 1 to 4.
Your child will color in the apple with the value of 2.
- Critical thinking
- Coloring in small shapes
Shapes Fall Worksheets
Learning shapes is an important math skill for preschoolers. It is the very first geometry skill children learn.
By kindergarten, children should be able to identify these common shapes:
In the Shapes Fall Worksheet, your child will identify various shapes. Your child can practice the vocabulary: triangle, circle, and square.
Then your child will color in the leaves that have the triangle shape. Last, your child can color in the picture.
- Identify shapes
- Visual discrimination
- Shape vocabulary
- Critical thinking
- Coloring within lines
Color by Number Fall Worksheet
Did you do color by number as a child? While it’s super fun, it also builds so many skills.
On this fall worksheet, your child will follow the key on the crayons to color the parts of the owl.
First, help your child color code the key with their crayons or markers. For example, color the first crayon red. Then show your child how to color the leaves with the numeral 1.
Repeat with the second crayon. Ask your child to color it orange and show your child how the beak and feet are orange as well.
If your child catches on for the numbers 3 and 4, great. If not, it’s fine for your child to color however they like. You can come back to color by number another time.
- Number recognition
- Following a key
- Coloring in small spaces
- Color recognition
- Selecting logical colors
Counting Fall Worksheet
Counting. a group of objects from 1 – 10 is another important skill for preschoolers and kindergarteners.
- one-to-one correspondence
How to Use Worksheets
Worksheets work best when they are a small part of your child’s preschool experience. Hands-on learning tends to be best for little learners.
So limit yourself to 1-2 worksheets at a time. Unless you have a child who loves worksheets and begs for them. Then just use your best judgment.
With preschoolers and kindergarten students, we want them to build skills. Try to praise effort and not worry too much about “right or wrong” answers.
Supplies for the Fall Worksheets
You probably already have all the supplies you need:
- Dot Markers
- Safety scissors
- Glue stick
- Printer Paper
Want More Worksheets?
The Printable Parents’ Shop has more preschool worksheets for you and your child. These worksheets are also great practice for many kindergarten students.
Each pack has over 40 pages of engaging activities for your young learner. They include skills like the alphabet, counting, letter sounds, letter tracing, tracing lines, shapes, color by number, emotions, and much more!
The currently available themes include:
- Beach Preschool Worksheets
- Garden Preschool Worksheets
- Ice Cream Preschool Worksheets
- Camping Preschool Worksheets
- Construction Preschool Worksheets
- School-theme Preschool Worksheets
Or grab the Preschool Worksheet Bundle for 30% off.
Conclusion for Fall Worksheets
While hands-on learning is perfect for preschoolers and many kindergarteners, using the free fall worksheets can build a lot of important early learning skills.
So download the free printables from the box above, fire up your printer, and get ready to learn with your child.