Fall Leaf Printable Work Sheets

Leaf Printable Work Sheets

These free fall leaf printable work sheets are great for keeping the kids busy.  Simply download and print the activity sheets for hours of learning fun!

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Autumn Leaves Fall Printables:

Each of these fall leaf printables can be saved directly to your computer by right clicking on the image and selecting “save”.  Or you can download the complete printable pack of PDF files using the link at the bottom of this post. For personal use only.

Each of these activity printables would be fun for the kids to color and fill out for the autumn season.  Kids of all ages love to use them while studying nature all year long.

Be sure to check out our Pumpkin Coloring Pages and Halloween Printable Games too!

Parts of a Leaf Printable

It’s easy to download, print and color these designs.  The hard part for me would be choosing what to color with…. markers, pencils crayons, or watercolor pencil crayons?!

This fun worksheet could be cut out and glued to construction paper to make it more durable puzzle to use over and over again.  It’s a fun hands on activity that is sure to keep older children engaged.

Leaf Identification Printable

A great way to examine leaf shapes is with these printable fall leaves. The different leaves could also be used for fun crafts and art projects! Have kids create a leaf man with yellow leaves, brown leaves, construction paper and a bit of glue.

Fun ways to use leaf printables:

  • Create a coloring and activity book 
  • Paint the printable, frame it and give to a friend
  • Use them to create a bulletin board at school
  • Complete the activities solo or with family
  • Make fall leaf prints of maple leaves or oak leaves
  • Print the activity sheets and laminate them so that they can be reused
  • Use them as a fun activity at your next party or event 
  • Make sight words for emergent readers
  • Go on a nature walk and take leaf rubbings
Leaf Work Sheet

This free printable leaf template is perfect for children to use to identify and describe leaves.  It’s perfect to help young children to develop fine motor skills this fall season.

Leaf Printable Work Sheets

It would be fun to have kids cut this out and glue the pictures into the correct order. Little learners can discover fall leaves color changing properties.

Leaf Chart Printable

These fun fall activities are for non-commercial use. The make great coloring sheets with a fall theme!

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Essentials for printable projects:

Leaf Pigments Printable

The best way to utilize these free leaf work sheets is to print them off and make them into little booklets to complete.  I like to hole punch the pages and place them into duotangs because then they can be used over and over again!

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Leaf Printable Work Sheets

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Hi! LOVE love these printables! Thank you!

Just wanted to mention though that there is a mispelling on the word Chlorophyll on the paper with the color chemicals in leaves. It might just be the font but it sure looks like an f instead of an r in the word Chlorophyll. I just thought you might want to know because I am sure it was just a mistype.

Thank you again for this beautiful hard work though! I just found your page and it has been fantastic to add to our homeschooling lessons!