Our acorn dot to dot is a fun activity for autumn, and a great way to practise pencil control. Follow the numbers from 1 to 20 to finish the acorn picture.
Here is a fun variety of puzzles with a loose tree theme - perfect for expanding a topic, or just printing out for when the kids could use a bit of puzzling fun.
Our autumn leaf dot to dot asks the children to join the dots 1-15 to finish the drawing. Maybe they can colour in the leaf in a bright autumn colour once they've finished joining the dots?
This is quite a tricky read copy puzzle featuring an autumn tree, complete with fallen leaves. Count the squares on the empty grid and draw the picture square by square if that helps.
Our fun apple tree complete the picture puzzle asks children to fill in the missing parts of the picture by copying the complete tree on the right. It takes a fair amount of concentration to get everything to match up!
Have a go at this complete the picture puzzle of an oak leaf, filling in the missing parts of the grid by referring to the complete picture on the right. The oak leaf has an interesting shape and I think by trying this puzzle, children will remember it and be able to identify it in future.
The tree on the left has sections missing. Can your children use their observation and drawing skills and the picture of the tree on the right to complete the missing sections?
How many times can the kids find the word "acorn" in the puzzle? This makes a fun puzzle for autumn or winter, perhaps.
Autumn leaves come in all different shapes and sizes! Can the children match each leaf on this page to the matching shadow?
Fill in the grid (choose from an easier or a harder version) to reveal this little winter picture of snowy trees. Will the kids be able to guess what it is they are drawing before they've finished?
Our oak leaf dot to dot is a fun activity for autumn or for a nature topic. It's a great educational activity too as children can practise their counting or alphabet skills. Choose from three versions, numbers from 1 to 26, lower case letters or upper case letters.
This pretty summer tree makes for a fun grip copy activity. The kids will need to concentrate to make sure all the leaves end up in the right place!
Solve the tree-themed clues to complete this tree crossword. You can check your answers against our solution, too...
Can the children solve the clues about trees and cross off the letters from the answers in the grid until every letter is eliminated? We've included the solution to help if needed...
Here's a different kind of puzzle to try! Can you draw a path from one letter to the next to complete a tree-themed sentence? It's trickier than it looks! We've included the solution if you need some help...