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Free Fall Adding Printable

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I love fall. I love it when we are finally given relief from the 90-degree heat and extreme humidity. The cool breeze that beacons us outside to enjoy the bright colors on the trees, adds to all the fun! These FREE Fall Themed Adding Printable are a fun way for kids to practice addition. This is a fun fall adding worksheet for preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age students.

FREE Fall Themed Adding Printable - this free printable is such a fun, hands on way for kids to practice adding various fall themed items perfect for preschool or kindergarten math #fallmath #preschoolmath #kindergartenmath

So today, we are celebrating the cooling temperature, changing leave colors, and the time to pick pumpkins with a free adding printable. It is perfect for fall and working on adding within 10.

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Fall Themed Adding Printable

Because Fall is so beautiful, with so many fun things to do, this fall themed adding printable is no-prep so you can spend more time laying and learning!

adding pumpkins answer

First, print off the pages. Then, gather up some crayons and pencils and you are good to go!

adding scarecrows

The first step is the most fun! Coloring!!! Our little kiddos get to spend time coloring in fun fall pictures like pumpkins and scarecrows before the counting and adding begin.

fall adding printable

Next, it is time to get down to work.

  1. The first step is to count the items in the first box, and to write that number under the pictures.
  2. We then move unto the second box, and once again we count the pictures that were colored and write the number in the box.
  3. Now comes the most important part. Adding. We add up all the items we colored in and write that number in the last box of the row.
adding pumpkins part 2

 

Extensions

Depending on the level of your little ones, you can make this as easy or as challenging as you want.

Some of our babies need to simply count the objects and know that is how you add. Others may be ready for a little more.

If you happen to have the later, you could try to have them practice counting on.

Let’s say we have four scarecrows. We would want our child to say four (without counting four scarecrows) and then start counting the next scarecrows moving up from 4….5. There are five scarecrows!!!

Need some other adding activities? You might like Adding Within 5 BingoAdding to 10 With Conversation Hearts or other candy, or Adding Within 20 Using M&M’s.

 

use these fall playdough mats as a template to make sunflowers, acorns, leaves, pumpkins, and more  practice letter recognition and matching upper and lowercase letters with these fall alpahbet printables - pumpkinn, apple, leafe, acorn, and more

Fall Activities for Preschool

Looking for more fun, fall printables to make leaning fun for prek kids? Take a peak at these:

pumpkin alphabet phonics game fall crafts for preschoolers

 

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