Get ready to enjoy the crisp and cozy autumn season with a fun and cozy preschool theme! These fall activities for preschoolers are specially designed for little ones and will make a great addition to your lesson plans for September, October, and November. With the changing season comes the perfect opportunity to explore the world of pumpkins, apples, and leaves. Whether you’re teaching in a classroom or at home, your kids are sure to have a blast!
Fall Cutting Practice Strips
Grab some scissors and markers to color and cut these fun fall cutting strips! These are also fun paired with small stickers that your students can use to place on the line.
Fall Q-Tip Painting
Q-tip painting activities are a fun fine motor activity that kids absolutely LOVE! These fall q-tip painting printables require very little prep work and are fantastic for strengthening the pincer grasp, refining pencil control movements, and developing strong muscles needed for writing
Fall Pokey Pin Art
This classic Montessori push pinning activity is wonderful for improving pencil grip, dexterity, hand-eye coordination, and concentration. Your kiddos will love coloring and “poking” fun fall pictures. My little love getting a small piece of tape to display these in the classroom – they look especially cute near windows!
Fall Colors Loose Parts Sorting Tray
Color sorting with loose parts is a great way for little learners to work on fine motor skills as well as learning colors and visual discrimination skills. Grab this set of gorgeous fall watercolor sorting cards and math chain links for this super engaging fall play tray activity!
Fall Holidays and Special Days Coloring Pages
These fall coloring pages are designed to accompany special occasions and holidays, with each page featuring a brief description and fun pictures to color. They’re wonderful for fall morning work, calendar routines, classroom celebrations, or as part of your fall unit study!
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