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Your preschooler will love our woodland animal themed September activity packet. Learn outdoors and in with hands-on activities, crafts, and engaging children’s literature all about forest animals and fall!
In this pack, you’ll find crafts and activities to encourage your child to learn and explore while gently introducing early reading, math, and science concepts and practicing fine motor skills through play.
Fall Themed Books & Activities for Preschoolers
Giggle along with the fun tongue twisters in Fox in Socks! Practice rhyming with the wackiest woodland creature, Mr. Fox, and his reluctant pal, Mr. Knox. Have a fun wacky socks day and wear your own fox masks to reenact the story! Free fox mask printable from First Pallette.
Your little one will love the gentle, friendly bear and all of his woodland creature friends. In this books, Bear is bored and lonely until he decides to throw a feast for his friends. An endearing and gentle lesson on gratitude as we end the fall season.
Get moving with your child and reenact the story through a fun Bear Says Thanks yoga lesson from Cosmic Kids Yoga.
Have you met Scaredy Squirrel? He’s a little nervous about going camping. There are so many scary things out there. Your child will giggle along as he ventures out into the wilderness… to plug in his TV. Will he enjoy the great outdoors after all?
Get into the great outdoors as the weather cools. Look for squirrels at a local park or collect acorns for a squirrel themed sensory table at home. A fun idea from Learning and Exploring through Play.
What will the owl babies do when they wake in the night to find their mother gone? Read this lovely and reassuring bedtime story with your little one this fall and get to know the Owl family.
Can you hear owls in the night? As it begins to get darker a little earlier, notice the nighttime sounds with your preschooler. Can you hear an owl hoot-hooting? Make your own owl hand print craft to hang in your little one’s room tonight with instructions from Fun Family Crafts.