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Fall worksheets help your child learn while the leaves are changing! These autumn worksheets are great tools for children who are just starting to learn about the changing seasons. Print out a finish-the-drawing tree worksheet to show your child how trees look different in autumn, have him work on describing words with a fall acrostic poem worksheet, and help him develop fine motor skills with a corn maze page. These fall worksheets are the perfect compliment to our engaging and educational fall crafts.

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Get into the season with this fall-themed coloring page of a maple tree losing its leaves.
Fall
Kindergarten
Dot to dots are always fun, but this one sneaks in a fact about trees and fall for that extra bit of science learning.
Fall
Preschool
This coloring page features a cornucopia that's filled with delicious autumn fruits and veggies like corn, pumpkins, grapes, apples, peas, and more.
Fall
First Grade
Though it's called many different things, lots of countries hold Day of the Dead celebrations with their own customs and traditions.
Fall
Fourth Grade
This year, make your own Day of the Dead Catrina to celebrate.
Fall
First Grade
Dress to impress! Decide which outfit goes with which season: spring, summer, fall or winter.
Fall
Kindergarten
This autumn themed coloring page is great for kids learning about the four seasons, leaves falling or trees, and seasonal yard work.
Fall
Kindergarten
This praying mantis coloring page features Harry the mantis, on the go! Come along on an adventure with him and don't forget your crayons.
Fall
Kindergarten
Learn some Day of the Dead vocabulary with this quick word-matching worksheet.
Fall
Second Grade
Here's a bug coloring page with insects galore! Kids will have a blast bringing these detailed creatures to life with color.
Fall
Kindergarten
This year, make a special Dia de los Muertos frame for a family member's photo.
Fall
Third Grade
Want to make a Day of the Dead skull this year, but don't actually want to, you know, make one? Try this paper version of a sugar skull!
Fall
First Grade
How do people celebrate Diwali? Help your little one learn about a traditional Hindu holiday celebrated in the fall.
Fall
First Grade

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