Here's a fun sorting activity that's perfect for autumn! Cut out the acorns, shuffle them up then ask the kids to order them by size...
More Tree Worksheets
Here is a small collection of tree worksheets that don't fit under our main category headings - but that's not to say that they aren't useful! More coming soon.
Cut out the leaves and then stick them on the correct tree. This pretty autumn activity works on number words into the hundreds as well as place value.
Print out our autumn leaf printables, cut each one out, and ask the children to sort them by size. You can laminate each leaf for extra durability if you prefer...
Ask the kids to number the autumn leaf pictures from smallest to biggest. A fun way to practise sorting skills!
For this activity you will need to collect leaves from the garden and use the grid to estimate the area (in square cm) of the leaves.
Ever wonder what trees would say to us if they could talk? Fill in your ideas of what you think they would say in the speech bubbles on this worksheet.
The dots on this dot to dot leaf puzzle skip each time, helping your child to practise their times tables whilst having fun! Choose from 2s to 12s.
Multiplication bump is a fun game to help children practice their times tables. Roll two dice, add them up, multiply by the number on the board and then place your counter on the answerD Don't forget to 'bump off' your opponent if they are there!
Do some research, then design a poster that tells people why trees are important and why we should help to protect them. Try to make your design as eye-catching as possible!
Can the kids write about what happens next in this spring tree story starter? A great way to get even reluctant writers putting pen to paper...