Preschool fall literacy activities

Boost your preschooler's literacy skills with fun and interactive fall activities. Explore top ideas to make learning enjoyable and educational this autumn.
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The Colors of Fall FREE Emergent Reader - Mrs. Jones Creation Station

Fall is my favorite season of the year. I love all the colors that come as the weather turns cooler. I decided to create a fun fall book that show so many colors of fall. This emergent reader is great to bring the colors of fall into the classroom. Sight Words When creating emergent reader

Carol Parks Miles
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Fall Write the Room Freebie

Fall Write the Room A to Z is a great way to get kindergarten students up and moving during your literacy block. It is always beneficial to our little ones to incorporate movement in the classroom and write the room never disappoints. This fall themed kindergarten center activity will keep students engaged while reinforcing vocabulary as well as phonics skills. Pull out your clipboards for students to use while walking around the room and recording their responses on their response sheets…

Elisa Gandolfo-Fontana
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Free Printable Pumpkin Tracing

Strengthen fine motor skills and practice pre-writing with your preschoolers and kindergartners using this adorable Free Printable Pumpkin Tracing Activity. Just print and laminate for a quick and easy writing center activity that your little

Brook Veldkamp