FREE Fall Resources for Special Needs Homeschoolers

I LOVE Fall.  There is something in the air that adds a touch of excitement to my day.  The weather is perfect for Parker to be outside and it’s a great time to engage in a few field trips before the ‘sick season’ gets going.

I’m put together a list of Free Fall Resources for Special Needs Homeschoolers (or any homeschoolers for that matter.)  If you choose to download or use any of these resources, please take a moment to leave a thank you for the person who created them!

Okay.  Here we go…….

This Reading Mama has created a Free Fall Resource Pack for pre-K and K-kids.

3 Dinosaurs has a fun filled Fall Pack that contains over 170 pages, including:  3 Part Cards, Which One Is Different, What Comes Next, Pre Writing Practice, Pattern Cards, 10 Piece Puzzles, 4 Piece Puzzles, Beginning Sound, Find the Same, Fall Word Matching, Size Sorting, Color Sorting, Clip and Count Cards, Math, Shadow Matching, Sorting, Read Write the Room, Word Search, Color the Pattern, Unscramble the Words, Color by Size, Word Search, Leaf Path, 2 Small Books Color and Much, Much More

While you are there take a look at their Halloween Activities!

This Reading Mama has created a Free Fall Resource Pack for pre-K and K-kids.

This Reading Mama has created a Free Fall Resource Pack for pre-K and K-kids.

How about some Fall Spelling Words?  You can use these words as spelling words, or as vocabulary words for early readers and signers.

Here’s an idea of how to create your own vocabulary words.

Your students can create a Fall Journal with this Hunting for Fall Packet offered up by Teacher’s Notebook and The Educator’s Spin On It.  A great way to build problem solving skills!

Another singing favorite?  ASL Nook.  Halloween in ASL

And don’t forget the sensory bin!  How to color Pumpkin Seeds!
How about a set of FREE Leaf Identification Flash Cards from Look We’re Learning!
After matching the pictures you could bump it up to matching the pictures to the real thing!

How about a Hands-on Tree Identification Activity?  I LOVE this idea from KC EDventures!
How about teaching your students how to tell time using Live Over C’s free printable time puzzles with a fun apple theme?

Speaking of apples, B-inspired Mama has created a FREE printable for a DIY Felt Apple Math Activity!

No felt on hand?  No problem!  You can cut your apples out of paper and color them yourself!

Working on Synonyms?  Teaching Second Grade has got your back!  These puzzles are cuuuute too!

And here’s a Fall Word Search from Real Life at Home!

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