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Fall (also called autumn) starts in late September in the Northern Hemisphere and in late March in the Southern Hemisphere. Fall starts on the equinox, a day in which daytime and nighttime are of equal duration.
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Trace or Cut Out the Leaf
Use a pencil to trace the leaf or cut it out with a scissors. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet (subscribers only).
Color the Fall Words on the Left or Right
Color the fall items on the left or the right. For example, "Color the leaf on the left yellow." Items: leaf, turkey, pumpkin, haystack, corn, acorn, apple, rake, scarecrow, web. Or go to the answers.
I Can Color Fall Words
Color fall (autumn) words, including pumpkin, haystack, corn, acorn, apple, rake, scarecrow, web.
I Can Draw Fall Words
Draw and color fall words, including leaf, turkey, pumpkin, haystack, corn, acorn, apple, rake, scarecrow, web.
Draw Four Fall Items
Draw four fall items. Below each object, write its name.
Draw Four Pumpkins
Draw four pumpkins. Draw a wide pumpkin, a big pumpkin, a tall pumpkin, and a small pumpkin.
Draw and Compare Leaves
Draw two leaves and then answer simple questions comparing them, for example, "Which leaf is longer?"
Draw and Compare Scarecrows
Draw two scarecrows and then answer simple questions comparing them, for example, "Which one would scare crows better?"
Draw and Compare Spiders
Draw two spiders and then answer simple questions comparing them, for example, "Which spider has longer legs?"
Scarecrow: Follow the Instructions
Draw and color a scarecrow according to simple directions, such as, "Color the scarecrow's hat and nose orange." Or go to the answers.
Cornucopia: Follow the Instructions
Color the cornucopia according to simple directions, such as, "Color the pair of pears yellow." Or go to the answers.
Draw and Write:
Draw a picture of your favorite thing about fall. What is the best thing about this season?
Draw and Write:
Draw and Write -- Draw a picture of a fall scene and write about it.
Draw and Write:
Draw a picture of a very frightening scarecrow. Write about why your scarecrow would scare away birds from farmland.
Symmetrical Fall Pictures: Finish the Drawing Worksheet
Finish each of the four drawings around the line of symmetry. The autumn pictures are a leaf, apple, scarecrow, and rake. Or go to the answers.
Symmetrical Scarecrow Picture: Finish the Drawing Worksheet
Finish the drawing of the scarecrow around the line of symmetry. Or go to the answer page.
Autumn: Illustrated Acrostic Poem
Draw an Autumn scene, then write an acrostic poem about it. Start each line of your poem with the letter on that line. Or go to a pdf of the poem.
Fall: Illustrated Acrostic Poem
Draw a Fall scene, then write an acrostic poem about it. Start each line of your poem with the letter on that line. Or go to a pdf of the poem.
Pumpkin: Illustrated Acrostic Poem
Draw a picture of a pumpkin, then write an acrostic poem about it. Start each line of your poem with the letter on that line. Or go to a pdf of the poem.
Scarecrow: Illustrated Acrostic Poem
Draw a picture of a scarecrow, then write an acrostic poem about it. Start each line of your poem with the letter on that line. Or go to a pdf of the poem.
Autumn: Draw and Write 3 Things
Draw three things you might see or do in the fall and write about each of them. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.
Draw a Scarecrow, Day and Night
Draw a scarecrow during the day and during the night. On the left half of the page, draw the scene during the day; on the right side of the page, draw the scene during the night. Write a short caption for each side. Or go to a pdf of the page.
Draw a Scarecrow, Winter and Summer
Draw a scarecrow during the winter and during the summer. On the left half of the page, draw the scene during the winter; on the right side of the page, draw the scene during the summer. Write a short caption for each side. Or go to a pdf of the page.
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