Print this appealing apple spelling jigsaw onto card, and cut along the vertical dotted lines. Now when your child puts the picture back together again, they will be teaching themselves how to spell the word apple.
More Autumn Printables
Here are some more fun Autumn printables for kids. They don't fit into our other categories but that doesn't make them any less useful. A personal favourite is our reward chart with a squirrel design which is perfect for Autumn!
Make your home, classroom or playhouse feel cosy and ready for autumn by printing and displaying this lovely autumn bunting. Print on to paper or card and fold the flap over a length of ribbon or string to hang.
This pretty autumn bunting is ideal for adding colour and warmth to any autumnal display, and looks great strung up in the home or classroom! Or you could use it to decorate a classroom table then ask the kids to collect autumnal leaves, acorns etc.
There our eight autumn words included in this set of picture flashcard printables. Our unique double sided design makes them very quick to print off and make. Fold in half along the dotted line then cut around the coloured borders. Add a dab of glue to hold the sides together.
Here's a fun squirrel printable activity for younger children. Can they fill in the details on the worksheet as requested, before colouring in their picture?
Can the children draw on some lovely autumn leaves to complete this autumn picture? You could even find small leaves outside to paste on if you prefer, or cut leaf shapes out from autumn-coloured paper for some gluey fun.
For our American visitors, here's a "decorate the tree" printable for Fall. Children can draw or stick on lots of lovely fall leaves - some on the branches and lots on the ground beneath the tree!
Do you need a last minute card? Activity Village to the rescue! Just use your borderless settings and this hedgehog scene card will print out onto A4 paper ready to be folded once, so there's plenty of space for your child to write a message.
This printable owl card might be a bit heavy on the ink, but it's so lovely we went ahead with it anyway! It would make a great birthday card or thank you card for owl lovers - and who isn't, really? We have a colouring version too.
This clever season spinner helps teach the children about the four seasons and the corresponding months. You'll need to print both pages out onto card, cut out the three circles, and attach them together with a brad in the centre.
This printable squirrel reward chart is available in four versions: in black and white and colour, and numbered or blank. A great incentive for the children! Choose the version you would like below.
Here's a fun way to practice your ordinal numbers - with a jigsaw of cheeky squirrels! Cut out around the edges, then slice along the vertical lines. When the kids are passed the ordinal numbers stage, you can always cut off the numbers and use as a simple jigsaw.