Bring on the apples, leaves, and pumpkins for this line-up of fall ABC activities. Hands-on, playful, and packed full of learning from letter identification to letter-sound relationships. Get ready to learn!
Letter Identification Alphabet Activities for Fall
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Seeing the yellow school buses driving again means fall and back to school is here. “Do You Know the School Bus Driver” is a catchy little tune to work on letters.—> Do You Know the School Bus Driver Circle Time Song
Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson is a fun October read. Try this printable letter sequencing game to go with the book.—>Room on the Broom ABC Sequencing Activity
Play a Halloween-themed alphabet bingo during a class party or for small group work.—->Halloween ABC Bingo
Get ready to make an alphabet pie for Thanksgiving. You’ll need the free printable rhyme, a pie plate, plastic letters, and a felt crust.—> Thanksgiving ABC Pie
Have a little more Thanksgiving fun with this uppercase and lowercase printable matching activity.—> Turkey Letter Matching Activity
Make yourself a scarecrow with ABC letter patches!—> ABC Scarecrow Letter Patches
3 Dinosaurs also shares a scarecrow letter matching activity.—> Scarecrow Matching
Build the letters on the barn with this printable from JDaniel4’s Mom—> Build a Letter Barn
How about a sensory bin full of letter pumpkins? Check out this idea from ABCs of Literacy.—>Pumpkin Sensory Bin
Roll and say the letters with this leafy idea from Fantastic Fun and Learning.—> Roll and Play Fall Game
Keep the leaf fun going with this matching idea from Little Ladoo.—> Fall Leaf Matching Idea
Autumn Themed ABC Activities for Letter and Sound Work
Add the leaf stickers to the sound tree in this fallish-themed activity.—>
Try these sound clip cards to work on beginning sounds from 3 Dinosaurs.—> Leaf Cards
Fall Themed Alphabet Books
When I think of fall, I think of pies. Apple Pie ABC by Alison Murray is about a puppy who can’t think of anything else except getting his paws on a freshly baked apple pie sitting on the table.
A is for Autumn by Robert Maass is a beautiful book full of photographs that capture the season.
Patty’s Pumpkin Patch by Teri Sloat shares the busy YEAR that occurs at the pumpkin patch.
Keep the fall early literacy going with these great resources.
4 Week Fall Preschool Literacy Rich Unit
Happy fall reading and learning!
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