Fall Animals Counting Cards and Puzzles
Fall is the perfect time to up your homeschooling learning with these Fall Animals Counting Cards and Puzzles! Great for preschoolers!
If your child needs help counting up to 12 then these cards and puzzles are for you.These are perfect for fall learning and fall fun.
If you’re practicing counting with your little one then these math worksheets will be a nice way to bring fall into your homeschool.
The counting cards can be printed on cardstock, laminated, and used with clothespins or your child can place a counter over the answer or color it with a dot marker. We love to laminate them so that we can take them with us when we are on the go! (which feels like all the time!)
The puzzles should also be printed on cardstock as well to prevent them from curling. My kids hate when that happens.
While the counting cards go up to 12, the puzzles go up to 30. This is a great way to help your child grow and learn more about counting as well.
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Fall Animals Counting Cards and Puzzles
Here are some great supplies to add to your homeschooling classroom! The more fall fun that you can add, the better! It’s really a great way to keep the kids interested by using seasonal changes.
Once they see that there are ways to keep learning fun, they’ll keep coming back to keep that feeling going time and time again.
Plus the cute little animals are going to be a hit no matter what! Kids love learning when there is animals on the page.
Fall Animals Counting Cards and Puzzles supplies
Here are the simple supplies that you need to get started! I use most of these supplies for my printables.
- Printer (I have this one
- Laminator or contact paper (optional)
- Counters – pom poms, dot markers or blocks
Canon MX492 Wireless All-IN-One Small Printer with Mobile or Tablet Printing, Airprint and Google Cloud Print CompatibleGeorgia-Pacific Spectrum Standard 92 Multipurpose Paper, 8.5 x 11 Inches, 1 box of 3 packs (1500 Sheets) (998606)AmazonBasics Thermal LaminatorCaydo 1200 Pieces 1cm Assorted Pom Poms for DIY Creative Crafts Decorations
Fall Books for Kids
Books are so much fun, especially seasonal and holiday books. We always cuddle up together with a huge stack of fun books like these and we take our time reading them.
Sometimes, there’s popcorn, and other times, we make some hot cocoa. I’m telling you, if you don’t do this already, you should definitely try it!
Not only do we do this for seasons, we keep this tradition up year round as well! It’s so much fun to snuggle up and read together, and there are a ton of great books out there to enjoy as a family!
Who can deny the cuteness of children’s books?
LeavesFletcher and the Falling LeavesHello, Fall!: A Picture BookGoodbye Summer, Hello AutumnThe Leaf ThiefFall Mixed Up (Carolrhoda Picture Books)
Luckily I was able to head outside to grab leaves and acorns from the ground near our tree to make this activity truly festive.
But you can use pom poms, colored beads or clothespins. If you’re child truly hates any school work, try raisins. And every time they get an answer correct, they get to eat it.
The cards and puzzles, if laminated, can go into a ziploc bag or storage box so that your child can pull these out on their own.
It’s the perfect quiet time activity while older kids are doing school work.
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More Ways To Make Fall Learning Fun
The great thing about the fall season is that it just opens up the door to so many other fun fall learning ideas. This is because the weather is just about the perfect temperature and that means that getting outside is just a lot less stressful and hot.
If your kids are anything like mine, we try to steer clear of the bugs that buzz around and like to nibble on us during the summer months. Once fall arrives, this means that the bugs pack up and head back to hide out!
We love to get out and explore trails and be a bit closer to nature during this time. You can easily use the fall months as a great way to explore nature and have your studies be more focused on that. The more that you can dive in and ask the kids what they like and love, the more that they will want to continue to that type of learning.
Fall is the perfect time of year to study trails, leaves, animals, and more. You can easily spend the day outside and take nature journals or study sheets to help you out along the way.
These lessons can also help prompt you to start studying other things as well and can be a great launching point for even more fun learning.
More Fall Activities
If you’re looking for even more fun fall activities, these are some other great ideas that you can work into the mix. As long as you have materials ready, the kids will be so anxious and happy to hop in!
I like to have quite a few printables and activities ready to go so that the kids don’t miss a beat. This helps them just continue on with their learning easily so that they can then dive into even more fun fall activities.
Fall Worksheets for Kindergarten
These fall worksheets are perfect for kindergarteners. It includes word sort, letter sounds, counting practice, and more.
Working on learning numbers and counting is simple with this fun fall activity! Have them start with these counting cards and then work their way up to larger numbers each time.
Here are even more printable lacing card options that are perfect for fine motor skills. The kids will be able to easily work on hand-eye coordination at the same time as well.
Be sure to see what other Fall animal worksheets I have for you in my series.
Fall Pack by 3 Dinosaurs
I love the fox so cute! Thanks for linking up and sharing with us at #AnythingGoes and see you next week.
What a great printable. Thank you for sharing at #AnythingGoes. You have been chosen as a featured blogger! Congrats.
Way too cute! Thanks for sharing at Thursday Favorite Things!
I always love your printables! Thanks for linking up at Made for Kids!
These look awesome! Thanks for linking up at the Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop! 🙂
These are a geat idea. Lovely graphics!
These are so adorable! Using these for my 3 and 4 year old ASD kiddos! Thank you!