7 Fall Preschool Printables

Autumn has arrived! Celebrate the turn of seasons with these fall preschool printables. Your young learner will fall in love with colorful leaves, pumpkins, scarecrows and football; everything to love about autumn!

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Tracing Lines

Autumn means that the leaves are falling from the trees! Trace their paths down to the ground.
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Autumn Leaves Coloring Page

Break out those autumn reds, oranges, and yellows and give some color to these falling leaves.
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Addition with Pictures: Leaves

No matter what the season, preschoolers will love to learn to count with this fun, easy "Addition with Pictures" worksheet featuring fall leaves.
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Cute Scarecrow Coloring Page

This scarecrow in this scarecrow coloring page isn't very scary, but he sure will warm your heart!
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Fall Maze

Fall usually means rain and staying indoors. Don't fret, do a maze! Pick up all the pumpkins and bring them to the pumpkin patch.
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Pumpkin Drawing

Help your little one learn to draw curved lines with this fall-themed worksheet that boost fine motor skills and prepares kids for letter-writing.
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Color the Football Player

A coloring page of a quarterback on the field, just in time for fall football.
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