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Autumn Printables

Posted by on 14 October 2010

I’ve been hard at work on new fall printables, and updating some old ones as well!!  I have so many things to offer, that I think I’m just going to list them and a description along with the link and let you pick and choose at will!!  Please see below and I hope that you find something that you can use.

Autumn Scarecrow Noun-Verb Sort is a ffg where the players sort words according to if they’re a noun or verb.  I used all types of nouns, including proper nouns.  The premise is that the scarecrow wants to sort the crows into 2 fields so that he can watch them better and “scare” them away!!  You can find that here.

There’s Pumpkin Patch UC-LC Cursive Match 2-part cards. The upper case letter is matched to the lower case letter.

There’s also Falling for 3D Shapes Clothespin Cards.  A clothespin, paperclip, dry erase marker, or other such item is used to match the shape name to the 3D shape on the card.  That can be found here.

I also made 2 sets of mirror cards where the child/student holds a mirror up along the dotted line and sees the completed picture.  This works on symmetry and other illusions can be made with them as well.  One is Fall Harvest and the other is Fall Symbols.  You’ll also find a bonus of Halloween Mirror Cards in there!!

Fall Hayride is a generic skills game where you can add the skill needed to work on with the child/student.  The game is complete, along with the “skill” spaces on the board…..all you need to do is add the skill, questions, or whatever needs to be worked on.  It can even be used just for fun!!

Next is Autumn Magnified where the player uses a magnifying glass to view an image and then matches the full size image to what they saw with the magnifying glass.  This game can be found here.

Lastly, there’s a whole folder of seasonal activities for autumn-fall.  This folder includes Roll a Scarecrow, fall graphing activities, Scarecrow Sizing, and Scarecrow Memory.  You’ll also find some Pumpkin Patch and Apple Orchard pre-writing skill sheets.  On top of that, there’s a folder inside of puzzles.

I do hope that in all that, that you’re able to find something that you can use for your home or class!!

If you use my printables, please leave a comment and let me know if you liked it or if the kids enjoyed the activity. I can only create from the input that I get from those that use it most often!! Also, If you enjoy my blog, posts, or printables that I share, please click the button below to vote for me. Thanks!!


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6 Responses to Autumn Printables

  1. Virginia

    Homeschoolers usually run on a very limited budget and I cannot afford to print full color printables. The ink is sky high so black and white work best-yes, colored is fun but I just can’t afford it. Can you offer black and white more often? Where else can someone go to get something more affordable? Are there other blogs that have them in black and white? thankS!

    • Elaine

      I purchase the majority of my graphics, so I use what’s offered. In most cases, the artist’s don’t offer b&w graphics. Also, the graphics can’t be recolored, per the artist’s TOU.

      I try very hard to limit the amount of color on the items that I create. Almost everything has a white background and just colored graphics or borders. I’ve never had a complaint that they used too much ink.

      You can also print the pages out in grayscale. You just need to deselect color on your printer options. I know black ink is much cheaper, so you could print them out that way instead of full color.

      Sorry that’s all that I can help with. I don’t know of other places to get printables. I don’t get paid for doing this….I just do it to help parents and teachers out. Good luck!!

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