5 Free Fall Printables to Add to Your Lessons
Add a few pumpkins, scarecrows, and fallen leaves to your learning activities this week with these 5 free fall printables.
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Whether you need to work on math, writing, reading, or vocabulary, Educents has plenty of free resources to make after-school activities fun this season. My son loved these activities and couldn’t wait to get started on them. Download one or ALL of these free fall printables today and use for your next lesson or an after-school activity!
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1 Pumpkin Patch: Number to Quantity Match – With this fall-themed math worksheet and card game, students will practice number matching to quantities on ten frames. “Got this and my kids love the graphics, and it gave them good counting and number recognition. Thank you!”
2. Autumn Inference – One mom says, “All 3 of my kids, ages 7-11 enjoyed these. They love playing ‘games’ like this, it takes the chore out of learning for them :-)”
3. Fall Math & Literacy Activities for K-2 – Each page of this resources addresses the math and literacy concepts for kids in Kindergarten to 2nd grade. Activities include addition, reading, graphing, and sight words.
4. Fall Theme Logic Puzzle – Logic puzzles are a great way to challenge kids to work on skills such as deductive reasoning, critical thinking, making inferences, process of elimination and more. Challenge your kids to improve their higher-order thinking skills with this Fall theme grid logic puzzle!
5. Fall Fraction Sort – This is a great resource to use during the fall season or just about any time of the year with students who need help with fractions. It is also a great product to use as an assessment tool to see if students are understanding equivalent fractions in lowest or simplest form or reduced form.
BONUS: DIY Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer – Okay, this freebie isn’t so much for learning… but moms will definitely enjoy this cup of delicious productivity!!!
Do you use printables with your children?