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Fall Vowels Coloring Pages

The nights have started to get that chilled crisp in the air, which means that before you know it, the leaves will be changing colors! Fall is fast arriving, and with it comes all types of fun and educational harvest, leaf, and pumpkin themed activities. Check out these free printable vowels coloring pages that helps your grade-schoolers practice discerning between vowels and consonants. Can your learners find the secret message?

FREE Fall Vowel & Consonants Coloring Pages - fun activity for kindergarten, first grade to practice identifying #vowels #consonants

Vowels coloring pages

The fall season is a wondrous time of year that lends itself to learning both inside and outdoors. The multitude of colors, textures, and smells can spice up learning activities. This fall vowel and consonant printable for grade-schoolers not only lets students practice telling vowels and consonants apart, but it also has a fun surprise hidden in the final product. For extra fun, grab a clipboard, and let students complete it while sitting outside among the fall leaves.
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1. Print out the Fall Vowel & Consonant Activity printable.
2. Gather coloring supplies (markers, crayons, or colored pencils) in the colors: orange, brown, yellow, and green.

Completing the Fall Vowel & Consonant Practice Activity

Encourage learners to complete the practice sheet by coloring in the letter squares based on the
color legend at the top of the sheet. The letter A is green, E and I are brown, O and U are orange, and consonants are yellow.  Once all the letter squares are filled in, a hidden message and picture will


Build on This Activity

Want to have more fall-themed fun with your elementary agekids ? Try one of these activities:

  • Investigate different leaves using a magnifying glass.
  • Find fallen leaves and identify which tree they came from based on shape.
  • Create fall paintings by printing/stamping with leaves.
  • Explore addition and subtraction math concepts by using leaves (real or artificial) as manipulatives.
  • Make leaf people by gluing leaves on paper in the shape of a person.
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

Looking for more fun, creative ways you can begin homeschooling for free? See more of our second grade worksheets plus our history lesson plans, free math games, english worksheetssight words activitiesalphabet worksheets, and cvc word games for kids of all ages!

In addition, don’t miss our disney world tips and  kids activities filled with ideas for every holiday and season of the year!


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Andie Jaye is a former preschool teacher turned stay-at-home mom of 3 kiddos. Her blog, Do Play Learn, focuses on creative learning and play ideas, as well as parenting topics. Andie strives to be honest in her approach and experiences in parenting to let other moms know that they are not alone in their struggle. In her free time, she writes children’s books in hopes of publishing someday.


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