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I love fall. Those first crisp mornings, apple cider, colorful leaves, hayrides, pumpkin patches…the list goes on!
So, I created this cute little mini-book printable for emergent readers. It is included in my Fall Fun Pack, but I decided to offer it here for free to give you an idea of what you’ll find in my printable packs. And, just because we all like free stuff, right? The download includes the minibook and some comprehension questions. (If you downloaded my fall fun pack last year when it was free then you’ll already have this.)
But first I want to tell you about some of our favorite fall books. We use books a LOT in our homeschool, so this is only a sampling of some of our favorites :)
Fun Fall Books
This isn’t really fall-specific, but we enjoy this book at the beginning of each season. The illustrations by Richard Scarry are just as sweet as you’d expect them to be. We’ve had this book since my oldest was a newborn.
2. Fall Walk by Virginia Brimhall Snow
One of our favorite fall activities is leaf rubbings. This book takes it to a new level. It’s a great way to teach children to identify lots of different trees and leaves, which we are especially interested in, seeing that hubby is a forest ranger :)
This is a great book for explaining some of the science behind the leaves changing color.
This eBook has some great ideas for family activities and is only $.99! I love finding lists like this to make our very own bucket lists each season.
And 10 more because I just can’t help myself
Click on each cover for more info…
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Free Fall Mini-Book Printable
This download includes:
- 8 page mini-book (includes cover)
- Comprehension questions worksheet
- What is your favorite thing about fall discussion worksheet.
Click here (or the picture) to download your copy. Nothing else required, you receive instant access.
This printable was made using graphics from www.mycutegraphics.com and used by permission.
PS–if you like the mini book, I would love for you to let others know about it with a pin, share, or tweet :)