If there is a style you would like to see included in future sets, please let us know!You might also be interested in some of our other fall favorites: Fall Print & Go Practice Pages Fall Math & Literacy Centers Awesome Autumn Math & Literacy Centers Fall Write It, Read It, Draw It!You can download the complete set by clicking on the Fall Papers title at the bottom of this post.
Integrate these festive autumn symbols into learning for all ages with fall worksheets.
These red, orange, and yellow cool weather worksheets cover a variety of subjects including science, math and reading to help kids stay engaged as they practice critical skills.
I splurged a little and printed them in color since the clipart is just SO cute!
The printable pack includes blank versions with no lines and options with lines but no prompt at the top.
I had my students raise their hands to vote for which prompt they wanted me to respond to and they unanimously picked, “What would your dream tree house look like?
” I modeled how to brainstorm before writing, how to start with a capital, use finger spaces, and end my sentences with punctuation.To prep, I simply printed out all five prompts – making 10 of each for my class of 17.(I knew that not every kid would choose to write one of every page.After setting out the Fall Writing Pages, I let my students start our Literacy Workshop rotations.The pages were such a motivating addition to our centers. Just click the blue download button below and then hop over and grab our free writing rubric pages too.This writing paper is designed with Fall images to help spark kids imaginations and lined to help even the youngest writers!Scarecrows, cornucopias, changing leaves, and pumpkins are some of kids' favorite symbols of fall.I didn’t print those just yet, but we may use them for another activity.Like always, I made sure to show off these pages to my kiddos and model great writing before putting them out for use.You will find the following themed writing papers within the collection: leaves, pumpkins, fall trees, Halloween, Thanksgiving, football, apples, woodland animals How will you use these papers?One option for using these papers is to simply lay them out for your students to use during your writing time.