Fall Leaf Preschool Printables


Our Autumn resources help you plan out your leafy learning centers and classroom activities. Fall is a great time to sneak in some hands on discovery, take a nature walk and collect samples of God’s beautiful creation! On your nature walk point out the changes during the Autumn season, the colors of the leaves, squirrels busily collecting accorns, mushrooms, pinecones and moss.  Here are some quick tips and resources you can pair alongside a Preschool Nature Walk.

Fall Leaf Photo Wordwall Printables

A set of printable wordwall cards depicting photos of common leaves.

Fall Leaf Science Sampler

A set of science discovery printables you can use with children after a nature walk. This is a project that required parent/teacher help.

Autumn Leaf Art Templates

These are huge leaf templates you can use in your classroom for your bulletin board displays or even art projects. Art Project: Print one per child on cardstock paper, pass out to children upside down (so that the leaf isn't showing). encourage them to use their fall color blends....warm colors like Orange, red, yellow, add in some neutral brown...maybe even some splatter white. When dry, turn the paper over and show them the leaf shape. Cut out the shape and you're left with a beautiful fall leaf.

Leaves Change Colors Sequencing Cards

These sequencing cards are great for childrn to learn about the changes and progression of leaves in the Fall. Use them as simple matching cards for younger children until they are ready.

Leaf Bingo Game

This bingo game has five different leaves and is a great way to aid children in learning the names of these popular leaves. It's recommended that you print a large photo of each of the types for a calling card to show to children what leaf to look for. Six different boards, two per page.

Fall Leaf Chart Printable

A photo printable chart of different leaves and variations of leaves. This makes a great classroom chart or notebooking reference chart.

Leaves Change Colors Coloring Page

Three pictures of a maple leaf, each with coloring instructions for children. Color one green, one yellow and orange, and one red. These make fantastic classroom decorations when done with colored pencils or crayons.

Fall Leaf Coloring Pages & Handwriting

We have eight different leaves for our classroom quilt! Our quilt pages include a coloring page, handwriting practice and scissor practice. Print up enough leaves so that you'll have a full collection on your bulletin board or pocket chart. You might even encourage children to make multiple colors of the same leaf

Fall Leaf Bookmarks

Beautiful photo bookmarks of different leaves! One set of the progression of a Maple leaf, and one set of leaf varieties.

Fall Leaves Fall File Folder Game

A file folder game for children to match the leaves to the correct outlines. As a suggestion it would be great fun if you made your own game by tracing real leaves on construction paper to make the outlines. However if you don't have time or access to real leaves, this game is great to keep in your teacher secrets stash! Laminate the leaves for durability and it will also give them a nice shine.

ABC Falling Leaves Game

This is a simple letter recognition game! Children pick up a leaf, decide whether it is a Big uppercase letter or a Small lowercase letter, then place it into the correct pile. You can also use these leaves to design a uppercase/lowercase matching game

Fall Leaf Memory Matching Game

This is a set of memory matching cards children can use to play a game of concentration. Names of each leaf are listed.

Fall Leaf Pattern Squares

This is a simple pattern making game for young children. This would work perfect with a file folder game, mount the pattern cards to the file folder and cut out the leaves for playing pieces.

Fall Leaf Coloring Posters

Simple coloring posters you can use during art time in your preschool classroom. Featuring six different leaves, children can color and decorate with different mediums. ART TIP: Turn upside down, paint fall colors over the back, when dry cut out the leaf shapes

Fall Leaf Size Sequencing

This is a great way to encourage children to order objects by size. Ideally you can provide children with real leaves of different sizes, but this set make a great backup plan when that's simply not possible.

More Leaf File Folder Games

We have a varity of more free Fall leaf file folder games available on our sister site File Folder Fun. You'll find maple color matching, raking even and odd leaves, acorn addition and acorn subtraction games.

Printable Art Cards

If you have children who are ready, these art cards are great for exploring different hues and blending colors. These are available on our sister site The Crafty Classroom.

Comments (7)

  • Michelle Zastawny Reply

    I am using the print out for a Catholic Retreat in October for Votive candles

    July 27, 2017 at 7:26 pm
  • Kindell Reply

    I am using a print of leaves for my toddlers

    September 2, 2017 at 7:56 pm
  • Jazzy Reply

    Wow so much stuff!

    October 5, 2017 at 11:21 am
  • Lisa Johnson Reply

    Wow! I’ve been researching activities for my 2.5 year old twins and I feel like I hit the jackpot with your resources. I’m a former kindergarten teacher of 10 years and I think your materials are fabulous!

    November 2, 2017 at 11:05 pm
  • Sarah Reply

    Love your stuff – all these fall resources are just gorgeous. Thanks for all you do and share!

    September 5, 2018 at 5:13 pm
  • Jean Reply

    Really Great worksheet!
    Children will enjoy doing it!!

    November 3, 2019 at 12:51 am
  • reena Reply

    Your website has great stuff. I am going to use fall printables for my class. I am a preschool teacher.

    Thanks so much

    November 12, 2019 at 3:23 am

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