Are you looking for some fun fall or autumn activities for preschoolers? Want to add a little learning to your preschool lesson plans? Check out this FREE printable leaf matching game that helps preschoolers learn how to count.
We provide you with the FREE printable fall leaves that you can print at home and start using immediately with some clothes pins. We also provide you with FREE cut files so that you can cut out all these intricate leaves on your Cricut!
This leaf match game is perfect for fall homeschool activities, fall classroom activities or just helping your little one learn how to count in a fun way.
We recommend that you print these on thick cardstock or laminate them with a laminator if you have that on hand. This will ensure they last for awhile if lots of little hands will be using them. Okay, let’s see how this sweet fall preschool activity turned out.
Autumn Activities for Preschoolers Leaf Matching Game Supplies
Supplies You’ll Need:
FREE Printable Numbered Leaf PDF or Cricut Cut Files (see bottom of post)
Step by Step Easy Assembly Directions
Using the FREE cut files provided you can use your Cricut machine to cut out all the leaves fairly quickly and easily. If you don’t have a Cricut machine you can use plain ole scissors and the FREE PDF download we provide. If you want to keep your preschooler busy, you can have them carefully cut out each leaf with some safety scissors (that’ll keep’em busy for awhile).
Grab your clothes pins and number them from 1 to 10. You’ll want to do this on both sides of the clothes pins so the numbers can be seen no mater which way the clothes pin is laying in the storage basket.
Have your preschooler count each dot on the leaf and attach the correct, numbered clothespin to the leaf. You can do this in reverse too and match the clothespin to the correct leaf.
I love SUPER easy, fall | autumn activities for preschoolers. I think this fall themed counting game is perfect for secretly helps preschoolers learn how to count. They won’t actually know that they are learning- they’ll just think it’s a game.
Teachers, Montessori, tutors, homeschool parents, and caregivers can all get involved in the learning process. You can make multiple sets of these for larger classrooms. The download link below will take you to our printables library where you can download the FREE PDF and Cricut cut files along with all our other FREE printables!
Before you leave today be sure to check out some of our other fall and autumn printables below!