As a child I used to go on acorn-hunting walks with my Granny because she liked to collect acorns for display.
These posters might be fun in your displays or on your notice boards in Autumn. Choose from a scarecrow and various "autumnal" animals!
Apples are delicious and healthy - and if you look around in autumn you may see some ready to be harvested from trees in gardens! Our poster features some yummy looking apples and looks great printed out and displayed as part of a harvest festival or food theme.
The change between the seasons that happens around the autumn equinox is illustrated on this simple but effective poster.
Print off these beautiful autumn scene posters to decorate and brighten up the classroom, or put them up on your whiteboard. There are lots of things to discuss on each poster so they're great for class discussions and brainstorming sessions.
We know it is Autumn when the leaves turn and begin to fall off the trees. This simple Autumn poster shows just that. We have Spring, Summer and Winter in this poster set too.
There is nothing like an autumn tree in all its glory, and the one in this poster is a perfect example of autumn nature at it's best.
Here's a beautiful poster featuring a barn in the countryside - useful for harvest festival and Thanksgiving projects and displays.
Going blackberry picking in the countryside is surely one of early autumn's greatest pleasures ... although perhaps eating them is even more pleasurable! Here is a photograph of blackberries in poster form for your autumn displays.
This lovely educational poster helps kids understand where their bread comes from and is great for harvest festival and farming projects. It includes lots of pictures showing the whole field to fork process, perfect for classroom discussions.
Here's a delightful poster of a cornfield on a beautiful sunny day - can the kids spot the little ladybird? Great to print and display for a harvest festival or farming theme.
We love the rich autumnal colours on this poster featuring a traditional harvest cornucopia. Print out and use to brighten up any autumnal or harvest festival classroom displays.
If you are Fall rather than Autumn, here's our Fall tree poster for you! It's fun to display in the classroom and shows a tree losing its yellow and brown leaves.
Swishing through autumn's piles of leaves is always fun. Perhaps this poster of fallen leaves will inspire the kids to go out on a walk with you to see what they can find...
This lovely poster shows clearly the four different seasons, with a tree changing with the seasons. You could also cut the individual pictures out to make four cards.
These posters are a great way to spark discussions about the four seasons, with all sorts of interesting pictures to spot, identify and think about.
This simple poster shows a Harvest basket overflowing with fruit and vegetables. Use it for Harvest displays or projects.
Autumn fruit and vegetables are really colourful as well as tasty - have the kids tried all of the different food on this harvest basket poster? A perfect addition to a harvest festival or Thanksgiving display.
Warm, freshly baked bread is really yummy - and the harvest loaf on this poster looks like it's fresh from the oven! Print out this poster and use as part of a harvest festival or food-themed display.
Here's a great poster to print out and display as part of a harvest festival or farming theme. Those hay bales look huge!
We love this cheeky hedgehog poster printable - and hope you do too! It makes a fun front cover for a hedgehog story or project, too.
It's autumn time and the hedghogs are out gathering for the winter! This fun hedgehogs scene poster will cheer up your walls as the leaves turn brown...
When I was young, autumn was a time for playing conkers ... and having brothers, I had to be quite brave about the bruises that I picked up in the games!
Maple leaves for autumn or for Canada .. this lovely poster will show the kids exactly what they look like.
Maple seeds are a treasure to be discovered on your autumn walks with the kids, with the colour so typical of autumn. Share this poster with the kids or put it in your autumn displays and ask if the children can bring in any "real" examples.
Mushrooms become more prevalent in autumn and winter, so they are definitely something you might spot on a woodland walk or find at the bottom of the garden. Here's a lovely photograhic poster to share with the kids.
Our lovely new illustration of an owl, in poster form. The simple outlines mean it makes a good cutting and sticking owl, too.
How about writing a message on the white tummy feathers? Or cutting out the central oval carefully and using our owl as a fun photo frame?
Pumpkins are often associated with autumn and harvest time, as well as Halloween of course! Pumpkins are ready to be harvested once their shell has started to harden - the ones on our poster look perfect!
Here's a cheerful scarecrow poster (just one of our scarecrow printable pages) to display in the classroom or home. Use it with younger children to discuss shapes and colours. You could even play "pin the nose on the scarecrow" !
Here's a friendly scarecrow poster to print out and put up as part of a farming display or for a harvest festival. He almost looks too kind to scare away the crows!
Squashes come in a variety of shapes, colours and sizes and there's an interesting selection on this colourful poster! Perfect to print out and display for a harvest festival, Thanksgiving or autumnal theme.
Interested in squirrels? Print out this cheeky squirrel poster for display in the classroom or home, or use him in your projects.
Our squirrel scene poster, in full colour, would make a lovely statement in your autumn or wildlife display!
Autumn is a good time to talk about bird migration with the kids. Swallows are particularly fascinating: our swallows migrate to South Africa for the winter, travelling at speeds of up to 22 miles per hour and covering distances of up to 200 miles a day.
We see illustrations of toadstools like this in stories (Alice through the Looking Glass, for example) and the red toadstool with white dots therefore seems so pretty and innocent, but these can be very poisonous indeed! So if you come across toadstools like this, avoid ...