Five Autumn Printables for Preschoolers

I think every year I stay in the UK, I love Autumn all the more. Now that my three-year-old notices the little changes that herald in a new season, we’re really celebrating it. Here are a few of the Autumn printables we’ve enjoyed recently, courtesy Twinkl.

Numbers 0-20 on Autumn leaves
(pictured above)

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Autumn playdough mats

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Autumn display photos

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EYFS Messy Play Recipe Card Autumn Leaves in Mud

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Bread recipe sheets

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Autumn leaf sequencing worksheet

It amused me that when my mum (who lives in Trinidad) suggested I have a look at Twinkl for preschool ideas I could surprise her by saying that they’d actually given me a year’s subscription to review on this blog. Clearly, such is the reach of Twinkl!

The resources on there seem to just go on and on – they’re so extensive. They are organised by subject, theme and educational stages (early years, Key stages one and two and SEN). There’s also a pretty vibrant forum on there – a great resource in itself.

I’ve been having fun with my laminator and Talitha’s loved just about every activity we’ve tried. I’m so looking forward to using some of their Bonfire night and Christmas resources. It suits my needs as a parent and my mum’s as a teacher.

Anyhoo, do you have any fun plans for this Autumn?


  1. October 7, 2014 / 9:01 am

    I have loads of plans for Autumn with the kids! Our new sideboard has turned into a nature table with Autumn walk finds and we’re planning a halloween feast with friends and family. I just checked out and signed up to this site, it looks fab, so many great resources. I was just thinking this morning of doing a divali project with my boys and I see they have loads of stuff on there. Thanks for sharing.
    Becky Brown recently posted..Painting Stones

    • October 7, 2014 / 10:02 am

      Ooh, will be good to see what you get up to with Divali, Becky. I think we’ll be doing something for it too.

  2. October 7, 2014 / 6:16 pm

    Ooh I love the baking bread idea and the leaf sequencing. These are perfect for little minds and it so lovely to embrace the seasons changing with them. x
    Lori recently posted..AT THE CHAPEL // BRUTON

  3. October 8, 2014 / 11:17 am

    Really great ideas – looking for anything to keep the toddler slightly occupied in the house when the newborn comes. REALLY want a laminator just so I can laminate things now! x

  4. October 10, 2014 / 2:34 pm

    Toms always going on about us getting a laminator! I think he wants it for his itineraries! 😉 These are the sweetest, Wilf would love them x
    Fritha recently posted..Halloween Ideas

  5. October 10, 2014 / 11:25 pm

    Oh wow I really love all of these printouts – we have done a few but mainly outdoor leaf and wildlife spotting but love the bread one and left sequence one – thanks so much for sharing

    Laura x
    Laura recently posted..Budget friendly days out

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