Pumpkins are everywhere you look these days. Halloween, Harvest Celebrations, and Thanksgiving are pulling at our pocket books which makes getting great freebies all the better.
I have found lots of wonderful educational Fall freebies I want to share with everyone.
Two Teaching Mommies offers two different Pumpkin Packs.
The first is an Expanded Pumpkin Pack and includes:
- P is for Pumpkin
- Number Order Puzzle (1-10 and 11-20)
- Pumpkin Parts
- Patterns (ABAB and AABB)
- Pumpkin Seeds Counting Mat
- Spelling Page
- Spin & Graph
- Count & Clip
- Color by Letter
- Which is Different?
- Flip & Color
- Writing Maze
- Pumpkin Measure
- Number Maze
- Beginning Writing/Cutting Practice
- Size Sort
The other is a Tot Pumpkin Pack and includes:
- Pumpkin Match
- Pumpkin Shape Puzzles
- How Many Seeds?
- Pumpkin Colors (mini book)
- Size Sequencing
- Pumpkin Picture Puzzle
Our Little Monkeys offers a Thanksgiving Tot Pack that includes beginning sounds, measurement activities, Bingo game, prewriting pages, connect the dots, find the letter, sorting, size sequencing, shadow matching, 10 piece puzzle, coloring page, color by number and more. Our Little Monkeys also has a cute Spin the Turkey game your children might enjoy.
Musings of Me offers six fun fall activities you can download for free. Plus, they have a wonderful book your child can make that tells about the history of the holiday–The Tale of Thanksgiving.
1+1+1 offers a fun color by number turkey and much more in their Thanksgiving Preschool Pack.
Motherhood Your Way has a link and instructions for making a terrific Gratitude Journal for counting your blessings. Older and younger kids would do great with this activity.
Scripture Adventures has a really nice download called “Give Thanks” that will compliment the Gratitude Journal above. Here is what the site says about it:
“Give Thanks!” features more than 100 pages of Thanksgiving poems and hymns, a gratitude scripture chain to study together, a history of Thanksgiving including the story of the Pilgrims and Thanksgiving proclamations from George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, ideas for kid-friendly Thanksgiving crafts and table decorations, and easy-to-make fall recipes. Also included are gratitude journaling pages (regular and guided lines).
I hope you and your kids have a blessed time learning, laughing, sharing, and growing together in the next few weeks. If you have a Fall activity or pack you are giving away, please leave a comment and let others know about it.