Learning your letters can be tricky but making learning fun always makes the day go well. I created this fall letter find printables to help my daughter find her letters in a fun way. This set of printables is part of our Fun Fall Printables for Kids collection.
We’ve always played matching games and my daughter does a lot of writing. But these printables do not require any writing. This is why these are perfect for young learners and preschool-aged children.
I’m a huge fan of printable worksheets and being able to combine that with fall fun is the best! Use these worksheets to have new learning on hand for the kids to start today.
And now we have tons more fun printable kindergarten worksheets to share. I think that you’ll find that all of these printables are great for helping the kids have fun while learning.
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Fall Letter Find Printables
I love taking walks in the fall and it’s a great way to discuss what happens with the changing seasons, all of the colors, and how the trees and animals adapt to the cooler weather.
Fall might just be one of the best times of the year because the temperature is finally settling down, the bugs are going away and we’ve sort of started getting back into a daily routine now that all the summer fun is said and done.
And as you know, I love to incorporate seasonal learning as much as possible. This is why this fall printable is such a great way to kick off fall learning and fun.
My kids tend to agree with me that fall is an amazing time of the year so they’re always happy when we dive into fall-themed learning!
Recommended Fall Activity Kits
Let your child explore the world of pre-literacy and pre-numeracy with these Fall Activities for Preschool.
This craft kit will make learning about the fall season so much fun! The perfect activity for Thanksgiving.
Supplies needed for this fall printable
You can use a bingo dabber or dot marker to find all of the letters that you need. Or you could use a counter like a bead, rock or block to place on top of the correct letter.
I always leave it up to my daughter and she’ll use her bingo dabber or the pom poms.
Besides that, you really don’t need any sort of other supplies at all! These worksheets are really that simple.
And don’t forget to incorporate reading into your everyday fun. You can never go wrong with having books lying around the house for the kids to pick up and read.
Recommended Fall Books for Kids
Check out these fun fall books for kids! I love finding new books that show the kids that reading is so much fun! The more that they find ways to read and get entertained by the books, the more that they’re going to want to pick up books and read!
Since I’m a big believer that reading is all about building blocks and learning, I think that books are such an important part of everyday learning. What I love best about these books is that they’re great for a wide variety of readers.
Some books have more words than others and all have fun and bright pictures. This gives the kids time to absorb the words on the pages and look at all the pretty pictures as well.
These are just a few of our favorite fall books so have fun adding to the list! A quick search on Amazon or a trip to the library will reveal so many more choices, too!
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More Fall Activities
Check out these other fun fall activities for the kids! I love finding new ways to make learning fun! These printables and activities show you that with just a change in the season, you can have a ton of new learning ideas and options for the kids to easily do!
If you’re looking for even more learning, don’t miss out on these great printables. You can use these printables and combine them with some of the ones above to create an entire fall learning lesson for the kids. Talk about a great way to plan ahead and have a ton of great learning resources that are fun as well!
This is also a super fun activity to do during fall. Since there are so many leaves that are on the ground, grabbing them and making a fun fall craft is the best! Use this to tie into butterfly learning or a butterfly lesson plan and have this be part of the creative art process.
Color by Letter/Sight Word Pages from Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading
The kids will love using these to learn colors and also learn sight words as well. This is great for early learners and kids who are just starting to put together words for reading.
Fall Tree with Clay Leaves from Simple Fun for Kids
I love this activity because it’s great for creativity and hands-on learning!
Fall Numbers Printable Pack from Learning 2 Walk
Learning numbers is super fun with this fall printable! The kids will love being able to complete the fall printables all on their own!
Fall I Spy Game from Simple Fun for Kids
Adding games is always a great idea. You can use this printable as inspiration or even add other fun items for the kids to find on the list. We love to take this outside and expand and create up fun activities as we go as well.
As you can see, there are so many ways that you can use the season of fall to create a fun learning experience! These printables are perfect for getting the kids in the right mindset for learning!