With these fall count and clip cards, your little ones can practice counting up to ten with some fantastic fall-themed objects (and cute critters). And let’s face it, children love
Here’s our collection of fall printables which are brilliant for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten children.
The leaves are falling and there’s pumpkins to be picked so it’s about time to grab some of these autumn activities and enjoy some fall themed learning!
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These colorful acorn ten frames are a lovely resource for helping to develop and consolidate some early math skills. Brilliant for some hands on fall themed math! Ten frames are
Fall is upon us, and with it comes the rustle of leaves, cozy sweaters, and the playful scampering of squirrels preparing for winter. Inspired by this lively season, I’ve created
Here’s a fall themed printable for your little ones – a fall pattern worksheet. Can your little ones work out which fall things will be next? Patterns are all around
Your little ones can develop those color recognition skills and learn the color names with this cute squirrel and acorn color matching game. Picture this, the acorns are busy
Why not develop those scissor skills this fall with this acorn cutting practice sheet. Can your little learners carefully cut cut out all the acorns? This cutting practice sheet is
Here’s a simple acorn number tracing worksheet – a great way for your children to practice their number formation. Simply print it off, give them a pencil or some crayons
This squirrel and acorn letter matching game is a great way to help to teach the upper and lowercase letters. Most of our early reading printables focus on lowercase letters
If you’re looking for a way to help your little ones develop their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination while also having fun, these squirrel line tracing worksheets are
As the leaves start to change color and the air becomes crisp, we can’t help but think of all the cute autumnal animals snuffling about. Well, maybe your little
After a simple way for your little learners to develop their cutting skills this fall? Then look no further than these falling leaf cutting practice strips! This fall cutting activity
And this sheet is super easy to prepare (just print off and grab some pens) and can help your children develop those important number formation and ordering skills. And if
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Get ready to bring a burst of springtime sunshine into your classroom or home with another fun spring activity – a build a daffodil craft!
Here’s another activity to help your children to improve their early reading skills. This one’s a lucky St Patrick’s Day letter matching game – great
Here’s another St Patrick’s Day printable for your little ones – a simple shamrock lacing card. Lacing cards like this are a super way to
Here’s a lucky gold coin addition up to 10 worksheet for your little learners to practice their early math skills. Your little learners will need