Fall Animals Counting Mats

Head into the Fall season with these adorable Fall animals counting mats which are great for toddlers and preschoolers. Perfect for Fall learning! This set of printables is part of our Fun Fall Printables for Kids collection. It’s always such a blast to learn together and incorporate the seasons as well. One of my favorites seasons of the year is Fall, so I love being able to use these Fall animals counting mats during our homeschooling lessons. I mean, seriously…how cute as these little foxes?! They are just too adorable to not love! Fall Animals Counting Mats The best part about these is that you can use them over and over again, making them the perfect learning resource for home or on the go. And if you don’t mind the seasonal look to them, they are perfect to use all year round as well! My daughter likes to place pom poms on  top of the pictures and then use a dot marker to color in the circles on the numbers. I like to let her be creative and do what works best for her! As long as she is learning, I’m happy. Fall Animals Counting Mats

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Recommended Fall Books for Kids

Grab your favorite fall book from the library to snuggle up on the couch and read with your kids.

Goodbye Summer, Hello AutumnGoodbye Summer, Hello AutumnThe Roll-Away PumpkinThe Roll-Away PumpkinApples and PumpkinsApples and PumpkinsFall Weather: Cooler Temperatures (Cloverleaf Books TM _ Fall's Here!)Fall Weather: Cooler Temperatures (Cloverleaf Books TM _ Fall’s Here!)I Love Fall!: A Touch-and-Feel Board BookI Love Fall!: A Touch-and-Feel Board BookFall Mixed Up (Carolrhoda Picture Books)Fall Mixed Up (Carolrhoda Picture Books)

Depending on the day, she’ll take the time to write the numbers out with marker, other days she’ll skip that part entirely. You can also provide your child with a giant Q-tip and paint to make the dots. You could even have several giant Q-tips and paint in Fall colors (brown, red, orange, yellow) to make their dots. What do you think your kids would do with these? What would they like to do best? Take a look at some great resources that you might find super helpful for these hands-on worksheets.

Do A Dot Art! Markers 6-Pack Rainbow Washable Paint Markers, The Original Dot MarkerDo A Dot Art! Markers 6-Pack Rainbow Washable Paint Markers, The Original Dot MarkerCrayola Washable Kid's Paint (6 count)Crayola Washable Kid’s Paint (6 count)Swab-its 5Swab-its 5Crayola Colored Pencils, 50 Count Set, Pre-sharpened,Drawing Supplies,Vibrant ColorsCrayola Colored Pencils, 50 Count Set, Pre-sharpened,Drawing Supplies,Vibrant Colors

Fall Animals Counting Mats

These worksheets are so much fun to celebrate the wonderful season of Fall (or Autumn, if you prefer to call it that way) and at the same time, they are practicing their fine motor skills and their Math! Isn’t that great?! If your child is really good at writing the numbers, then maybe you can give this a twist and let your child use colored pencils in Fall colors to trace the numbers! Now it’s your turn! Click on the button below to get this printable set of worksheets. Then check your inbox! That’s it!

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More Fall Printables

You can also grab my Fall Animal lacing cards Practice your fine motor skills with these adorable autumn animals lacing cards Don’t forget to check out these awesome Fall Animal Worksheets for Kids as well! Autumn Animal Worksheets for Kids


  1. My little boy is too old for these worksheets, but I just wanted to come over to let you know I think they are adorable. Pinned.

  2. How cute are these! I’m sure my 3 yr old will love this.. I m pinning this to BLOGGERS SPOTLIGHT group board. Thank you for linking up at Merry Monday Linky party!

  3. These are super cute! Thanks for linking up to Merry Monday! Sharing on Twitter! Have a great week!

  4. Autumn is such a lovely time and I’m sure the children will enjoy learning with these cute animals. Thanks for sharing with us at #anythinggoes.

  5. These counting mats are absolutely adorable! I think my little one is too little to write the numbers out but they were just too cute to pass up! Thank you’

  6. These are adorable! My daughter would love to use her do a dot markers with these.

  7. These are adorable! My 3-yo granddaughter knows how to count but I’ll save them for her baby sister 🙂 Thanks for linking up with Thursday Favorite Things!

  8. These are great! Thanks for linking up at the Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop! 🙂

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