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Print fall calendars, a scarecrow craft, autumn poems, seasonal stories, and fall math worksheets.

Autumn Worksheets - Fall

Puzzles and Games

Look for pairs of adjacent numbers that have a sum of 10. These game boards are shaped like a fall leaves.
Kindergarten to 3rd Grade
Common Core
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Cut out the letters in the word "Scarecrow" and rearrange them to make as many different words as possible. This primary level puzzle sheet has primary-ruled lines for grades K through 2.
Cut out and rearrange the letters in the word "Scarecrow" to make as many words as possible. This intermediate level worksheet has a scoring system. Grades 3 through 6.
Find the words hidden in the puzzle. Word list includes acorn, apple, bonfire, leaves, rake, sweater, and wind. Words are hidden vertically and horizontally. There are no backwards or diagonal words in this puzzle.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grade


Build a giant scarecrow with arms and legs that move.  Cut out the scarecrow parts and attach with brass paper fasteners.
Make a cute hat with a picture of fall leaves an acorns. The heat reads, "Fall is here." Students can color in the pictures, cut out the hat, assemble it, and wear it around the school. (We recommend you print this on card stock paper. If you'd like a full-color version, click on the "alt" button below.)
Pre-K through 2nd Grade
This crown is exactly like the one above, but the word "autumn" is used instead of "fall." (Printing on card stock is recommended. For a full-color version, click on the "alt" button below.)
Pre-K through 2nd Grade

Early Literacy
(Very Basic)

Build sentences with these autumn-themed word cards. This set includes basic sight words, such as you, this, I, a, the, can, they, we, see. There are also fall-themed words such as apple, school, tree, leaves, and play.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grade
Students cut out the word cards and unscramble the sentence. Then they glue the sentence onto the paper and write it. When they're done, they draw a picture. Then sentence says, "We rake the leaves."
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
First students cut out the word cards, arrange them into a sentence, and glue them onto the page. Then they write the sentence on the primary-ruled paper and illustrate. The sentence says, "Let's pick the apples."
Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Reading Comprehension

Jayden doesn't know how his teacher expects him to find every color of the rainbow on their autumn nature hike. There's nothing blue or purple in the woods!
3rd Grade
Learn about the reason why leaves change their color in the fall! This worksheet includes reading comprehension questions, a writing prompt, and vocabulary terms. An answer key is included.
4th Grade
Learn about what happens to the leaves in fall with this short article. Then test your reading comprehension by answering the questions that follow.
1st Grade
Fall is the perfect time of year to give your students this worksheet. It has a short passage about apple trees and 5 questions.
3rd Grade
Hibernation is when animals slow down for the winter and fall into a sleep-like state. Learn about animal hibernation with this interesting article.
2nd through 5th Grades
Uh oh! Sophie only has three apples to divide between she and her three friends. Can they come up with a plan so everyone can enjoy Sophie's apples? A fall-themed reading comprehension activity with follow-up questions, a writing prompt, and vocabulary.
1st Grade
Ivy and Luca are collecting colorful fall leaves and laying them on the ground to make shapes.
2nd Grade
Fall Fun  FREE 
A cheerful poem about the fun things you can do with autumn leaves.
(Approx. Grade Levels: 2-4)
2nd through 4th Grades
Ben visits his uncle's farm to go for a hayride and pick pumpkins, but when Uncle Darrell can't keep the crows away from his corn field, Ben  figures out how to make a scary scarecrow.
(Approx. Grade Levels: 2-4)
2nd through 5th Grades
This is a cute fall poem about apples. Perfect for younger readers in kindergarten through second grades.
1st Grade
This is a wonderful seasonal poem about the Harvest Moon. Read the poem, answer the comprehension questions, then learn about Harvest Moon.
Kendall is raking leaves in his yard and he can't imagine anything more boring. Eli, her next-door neighbor, shows her just how much fun raking leaves can be if you make a game of it.
3rd Grade
Hayley and Ben play a game to see who can fit more items into their coat pockets. Who will win? This is a clever, fall-themed reading comprehension activity with follow-up questions.
2nd Grade


Here is a set of autumn-themed writing prompts on a single, printable page.
3rd through 8th Grades
On this printable graphic organizer, students will write about the splendid sights, beautiful sounds, delightful tastes, and scrumptious smells of the season.
2nd through 4th Grades
This worksheet has a picture of two kids jumping in a large pile of autumn leaves. Students write a creative story to go along with the picture.
2nd through 5th Grades

(Very Basic)

Count the leaves on each page of this mini-book. Pages say: I see three leaves. I see five leaves. Etc.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Color the leaves and assemble the mini-book.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Count and color the pumpkins on each page. Then cut and assemble the miniature book.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
On each page, students color each pumpkin the correct color. Book says: Color the pumpkin red. Color the pumpkin green. Color the pumpkin orange. Etc.


Solve the basic addition problems and color according to the key at the bottom of the page. All addition facts on this page have addends of 10 or less.
1st through 3rd Grades
This math worksheet has a picture of a squirrel with an acorn. To find out how to color it in, students must solve the basic addition facts. All facts have addends of 10 or less.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grade
Solve ten vertical addition problems and two word problems. The graphics and word problems have an autumn theme. Each addition problem has two-digit addends. (example: 62+39)


Subtract and write the answers. Then color the scarecrow illustration according to the key. All problems have a difference of 10 or less.
1st through 3rd Grades
This math picture has a picture of a squirrel eating a nut. In order for students to find out how to color it in, they must solve basic subtraction facts. All facts have a difference of 10 or less.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grade
Solve these 4-digit subtraction problems. Includes eight vertical problems and two word problems. The illustration and word problems have a fall theme. (example: 8,055-6,819)


Multiply to find each product. Write the answers to each problem. Then color according to the key at the bottom portion of the worksheet. All multiplication facts have factors of 12 or less.
2nd through 5th Grades
Multiply three-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. (example: 467x8) This worksheet has two fall-themed word problems and a picture of children jumping in leaves.
3rd through 5th Grades
Solve the 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication problems. (example: 83x34)


Write the quotient for each basic division fact. Then match the answers with the color code system at the bottom of the worksheet. All quotients are 10 or less.
3rd through 5th Grades
Find the quotient for each basic division fact. Then use the color-key to color in the picture of the squirrel with the acorn. All quotients are 10 or less.

Coloring Pages

This color-by-number picture has a scarecrow and two pumpkins.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Use markers, crayons, or colored pencils to decorate this adorable squirrel picture.
1st through 4th Grades


Reduce each fraction to simplest terms. Then use the key at the bottom to color the picture.
3rd through 5th Grades

More Math

Why did the scarecrow win the Nobel Prize? Have your students solve these basic algebraic equations to find out. (ex. 25x = 250)
5th through 7th Grades
On this 20 x 25 grid, use the plot points to create an apple.
4th through 6th Grades
This is an intermediate level mystery graph picture with a 30 x 40 grid. Use the plot points to reveal a picture of a squirrel.
4th through 6th Grades
This file includes 11 worksheets, one for each number from 0 to 10. Use them to help students learn their numbers and practice counting from 0 to 10.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Use these worksheets to help you students practice counting from 11 to 20.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Use crayons, markers, or colored pencils to turn each object below into a symmetrical fall picture.
3rd through 5th Grades


Printable September calendar.  Features an apple tree theme.
An alternative October calendar with a boy and a girl scarecrow.
Printable November calendar with a squirrel and acorns.
Your students will love this November calendar with Pilgrim and Native American.
See also:
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Sample Worksheet Images

Autumn Reading Worksheet

Fall Math Worksheet

Fall Math Activity (Printable)

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