This post is contributed by Jennifer of Organized Home Organized School.
It is officially Fall and we are well into the homeschool year at our house.
My little one loves to “do school” like her older siblings, so I frequently create fun, seasonal printable packs for her. It’s a simple way to incorporate her desire to learn with the changing seasons and holidays.
I created these fun Fall preschool printables that have lots of fun learning activities.
Some Free Fall Themed Preschool Printables!
I like creating printable packs like these because they require very little setup; just print and use. You can laminate some of the sheets to make them last longer, but it’s not required.
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Free Fall Themed Preschool Printables
These FREE Fall Themed Preschool Printables help kids strengthen the following skills:
- Number Sorting
- Size Order
- Letter Recognition
- Letter Tracing
- And MORE!
Get your FREE Fall Themed Preschool Printables HERE:
Fun preschool printables like these are a lifesaver for us when we take long car rides or are running errands. They can easily be put in a folder so my daughter can color and work on them while we ride in the car.
Do your kids like doing preschool printables like these? If so, what are their favorite printable themes? Tell us about it in the comments below!
Jennifer is a homeschooling mama of 3 who shares her passion for organizing (both in the home and in her homeschool) on her blog, Organized Home Organized School. You can also find her on Twitter and Instagram.
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Where can I get the preschool letter tracing pumpkins?
Krissy of B-Inspired Mama says
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Shannon colclough says
This is neat. Fall is also my favorite season to.