Fall Picture Books and Fun Fall Resources for Preschoolers

Fall is in the air. Just kidding. Although the calendar says it's fall, temperatures are still pretty hot where I live. Since it technically is fall, however, I'm celebrating the season with a fall preschool resources round up.

Want to get into the spirit of the season? Gather your little people for a story and activity time. These books and resources are for preschool and kindergarten, but I'm sure your elementary school-aged kids could enjoy them as well. One of my favorite things about homeschooling is that I can adapt activities that we do so that children of multiple ages can all participate.

Fall books and fall activities for preschoolers


Fall Picture Books


Fall Mixed Up by Robert Raczka

Fall picture books

Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert

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We're Going on a Leaf Hunt by Stave Metzger

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Fletcher and the Falling Leaves by Julia Rawlinson

Fall picture books

Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn by Kenard Pak

Fall picture books

In the Middle of Fall by Kevin Henkes

Fall picture books

Wonderfall by Michael Hall

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It's Fall! by Linda Glaser

Fall picture books

Fun Fall Activities for Preschoolers


Gather some fall leaves for a painting activity like this one at Minne Mama.

Use fabric leaves, foam leaves, and real leaves to make this cute wreath from Toddler Approved.

Little ones can practice their fine motor skills with these ideas- and two freebies- at Early Learning Ideas.

Learn about triangles and celebrate fall with this cute Fall Tree Math Activity from Coffee Cups and Crayons.

Totschooling has a great, free printable pumpkin shape matching activity here.

Use corks as stampers to make this cute painted fall tree from The Picky Apple.

Kids can practice number recognition with leaf stickers in this fun Fall Tree Number Matching activity from Mom Inspired Life.

KTeacherTiff has some fun fall-themed playdough recipes to try.

Kids can practice numbers, letters, and more with these Candy Corn printables from This Reading Mama.

Homeschool Preschool 101 has some really cute, free printable fall number cards, along with some ideas about how to use them.

Kids can practice dot painting with this free pumpkin printable from The Resourceful Mama. And she has a whole set of fall-themed dot painting sheets here.

B-Inspired Mama has a simple science experiment using fall items that sink or float here.

123Homeschool4Me has some great, free printable fall number mats that you can use in a variety of ways.

Use fabric leaves and a toy rake for this fun Alphabet Leaf Activity from A Little Dab of Glue Will Do.

Preschool Powol Packets has a fun Pumpkin Science Lab- and a free printable lab report sheet for young kids- here.

Fall books and activities for preschool


I hope that you can celebrate fall with your little people- no matter where you live- with some of these great books and fun ideas.

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  1. Such great resources! I homeschool my children and they range from 7 years old to 8 months. I'm saving this link for creative ideas to pursue with them this fall!

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    1. That's such a fun age to homeschool. :-) Enjoy these this fall.

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  2. We just pulled out all of our fall books. Your suggestions seem like great additions to any home or school library.

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    1. I hope you'll find some new ones here to add. 🙂

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  3. I love introducing new Fall books to my kids!


    You should share this at Bloggers Spotlight too!
    http://www.raisingfairiesandknights.com/category/bloggers-spotlight/

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