If you love the Fall, then these Fall Animal Worksheets for Kids are an absolute must! Get them now to use all season long!
For more printable activities, check out my list of Fall Preschool Printables.
As we head into the Fall season, I love watching all of the colors change before the cold winter hits us. How about a change in season in our homework as you try using these Fall worksheets for kids?
I highly recommend using the seasons as a way to keep track of changing up your learning and teaching methods. Children react to the seasons well and if you take the time to introduce the seasons to them in an educational way, they’ll enjoy learning more about them for the many months to come!
If you have a preschooler to kindergarten student, then you are in luck! I have a lot of fun seasonal printables that are perfect for their learning needs! Don’t forget to check out all the other learning resources for seasons on my page as well! You’ll be set for the year for sure!
Recommended Fall Animal Worksheets Resources
Here are some resources that you might need for these Fall Animals worksheets:
Acrylic Yarn SkeinsFiskars Student Scissors, Scissors for School, SoftGrip 7 Inch, 3 PackDot Markers, Washable Dot Markers for Kids Toddlers & PreschoolersMade in the USA (Bag of 50 Swabs) 5Crayola unisex child Standard Packaging Washable Paint, Multi, 8 Fl Oz Pack of 6 USCrayola Colored Pencils, Coloring Supplies, 24 Count
Recommended Fall Activity Kits
Let your child explore the world of pre-literacy and pre-numeracy with these Fall Activities for Preschool.
This sensory activity has loose parts that are perfect for imaginative play.
What animals come out in the fall?
As the days get shorter and the weather gets cooler, many animals begin to prepare for winter. Hibernating animals, like bears and groundhogs, start to eat more and build up their fat reserves. Migration also begins, as birds head south for warmer climes. But not all animals go into hiding when fall arrives. Some creatures are actually more active in the autumn months. Here are a few of the most common animals that come out in the fall.
Raccoons are one of the most frequently seen animals in the fall. As temperatures drop, raccoons begin to look for a place to build their winter den. This can often mean rummaging through garbage cans or raiding sheds and attics in search of food or shelter.
Bats are also active in the fall, as they try to take advantage of the last few months of insects before winter arrives. Bats use echolocation to navigate in the dark, so they are often seen on cloudy nights or near dusk.
Squirrels are busily preparing for winter in the fall months, gathering nuts and seeds to store for when food is scarce. They can often be seen chasing each other around trees or leaping from branch to branch. Birds are also preparing for winter in the fall, stocking up on food and building nests. Some birds, like Robins and flycatchers, even migrate south for the winter. So, next time you’re out enjoying the autumn weather, keep your eyes peeled for these creatures that come out in the fall.
Recommended Fall Books for Kids
With the summer winding down, jump into fall with these great autumn books for kids to prepare them for the season ahead and the cool weather that will come.
Check out these other wonderful bloggers to follow along in their series as well.
5 Days of Autumn Art for Kids by The Transplanted Southerner
Leaves Craft Series by Maria Magdalena
Teaching Christmas Around the World by Paradise Praises
Fall Unit Studies by Simple at Home
Autumn in All Subjects by Classes by Beth
5 Days of Autumn Poetry Templates by Are We There Yet?